HOW TO NOT TRAVEL
Here’s Ted on his Eldorado and Lori with Bondorella on a corner in Winslow Arizona. Please note their advanced social distancing Skills.
The Bonneville T120 is dialed in and looking good at David’s old Texaco station. No travelers here!
Tortillas, chilé, frijoles, and Arizona Grass Raised Beef.
Early Covid pork stash.
This may be the best berry pie I’ve eaten.
TRAVEL OFF THE PLAN
Trail riding with Ted, the Fat Boy, and his Moto Guzzi Eldorado
The T140 starts first kick every time…almost
BMW R100s pretending to travel.
The new/old BSA’s first sunset in Winslow. I love this motorcycle.
WHY TRAVEL WHEN YOU CAN WORK?
Dodge Ram B250 “Dajibagn” loves hanging around our alley behind the park waiting for a milk run.
The Motor Palace Mercantile’s provides quality goods for delivery and curbside pick up. That said we welcome small groups of shoppers by appointment in compliance with local guidelines (masks etc.). Travelers are welcome.
The real stories are at THE MOTOR PALACE MERCANTILE. Add it to your favorites now!
The launch to this Beautiful spot is six miles from our front door. Check it out, McHood Park Clear Creek Revisor Winslow.
Winslow’s blues legend Tommy stops in once in awhile.
David cruising our alley in his ‘38.
Our first BSA joined the family on our 22nd wedding anniversary. It’s s a 1967 A65 lightening in mostly original condition and the easiest kick-starting twin we’ve owned.
We traveled the eight hundred foot stretch of Route 66 to the La Posada. AKA Winslow’s finest attraction and one our favorite places to stay and eat. By the way, the La Posada is why we discovered Winslow.
Here’s a link to the really cool stuff! Winslow.Town and One more Guzzi shot because we love Guzzis!.
What a difference a pandemic makes,.. 2018?
See you soon!
2 THOUGHTS ON “TRAVEL? NOT SO MUCH.”
Thank you Ron!