It's a butt ugly snow/rain day here and I have been wondering how others are considering what to do, if anything, on future riding plans this spring and summer.
Living like tomorrow is never coming. Enjoyed Daytona last weekend and living life emigo. If I was in my 70's or unhealthy, I might think differently.It's a butt ugly snow/rain day here and I have been wondering how others are considering what to do, if anything, on future riding plans this spring and summer.
Man, that's got to be rough, hotels all the time.Work is getting stressful. Boss called me yesterday and told me to come home. I told him I am not done and he might want to talk to my customer before making that decision. Heck, I've been living in Hotels all but one week in 2020 so far.
The local Harley shop is throwing a Saint Patrick's Day party tomorrow and I have been officially advised to practice social isolation until further notice.
On the other hand my wife and I looked up cruises in Alaska hoping for a discount but that isn't happening yet.
Keep your hands washed and use hand sanitizer when out and don't touch your face. Stay safe Hogman114.Man, that's got to be rough, hotels all the time.
Being over 70, I feel I can't afford to rely on others to self isolate when they need to. So I will stay away from large groups, no rallys this season.
That's an awful thing. Sorry for him and sorry for you and the others. I wish life didn't dish out some of that stuff. Back in my stronger running days I stopped for a guy in a race who then passed out with his heart stopped. We gave CPR until got an AED and ambulance on him. He fortunately had a full recovery after a couple of stents.I watched a guy from Virginia lay his bike down and die as several of us try to render him aid. I’m headed home!!!