What will probably be our last ride this season due to the low temps, this past Sept we rode to the Blue Mountain Vineyard in New Tripoli, PA. A very fine vineyard worth the trip if you're in the area.
Great looking tiered vineyard. Gotta love visiting regional wineries too!
I look forward to the picturesque, and nicely narrated Motorcycle trips posted by Yourself, and of course, other Volusia Riders.com members as well!
We resided in NY State near Lake Erie, for a total of 51 years, then later, in the western most corner of NY State for 30 of those 51 years, and that area is heavily agricultural and vineyard rich. (think Welch's)
Wineries, and food processors abound, but one of the most notable items about that area was the abundant vineyard-grapey fragrance, especially during the months of late August thru October.
In Fredonia, NY, during the daylight hours through the Summer and early Fall, the delicious aroma of tomatoes/ketchup cooking, and later in September thru November, the grape processing. Talk about tantalizing to the senses!
I finally freed-up several hours, the weather was nice for January (55-60 F) and I decided to treat myself with a ride to Heckscher Park in Long Island NY. It is about 90 miles round trip from my place, with a mix of curvy roads and highway. I arrived right before sunset, and was able to snap...
Went for a Sunday cruise with the Clare Valley Riders out to Angaston in the lovely Barossa Valley (South Australia) today and i must say the more i ride this bike the more i'm loving it!... 8)
As you can see my Boulevard shone out as the best bike there LOL!... :biglaugh:
She will be parked...
Couldn't handle sitting around home any more on a day like today, so polished the bike with some Meguiars Quik Detailer Spray to get the dust off and headed out for a leisurely cruise, doing the Owen circuit... :shades: What a magnificent day it is... 8)
I feel for you guys who have to put ya...
Another beautiful day time to get the bikes out, Yes bikes!
So first up took the Yamaha for a ride to charge the battery up and have one last ride on it (I hope?) And as usual every time i looked down at the speedo i was speeding dohhh this bike's just too hard to keep legal! It's the end of...
Anybody here ever been to Laconia back in the late 60's and help burn down the **** house? :surprise: Was sort of an informal annual tradition until they went with those plastic porta johns. Just curious.