The Teeny Post Office Files – Lost City, West Virginia

The Teeny Post Office Files – Lost City, West Virginia

Before we left for West Virginia, I took a quick peek around Google Maps to see what was around the Romney area. While I don’t usually leave with a set plan of things that I must do I like to have some general idea of sights in the area. I hate coming home and finding more »

Roadtripping to West Virginia – Stay Kool at the Koolwink

Roadtripping to West Virginia – Stay Kool at the Koolwink

On our long weekend to West Virginia, we set up shop in the town of Romney. The local motorcycle dealership, Romney Cycles, was hosting a camp and ride. Though Kenny and I weren’t participating in that event, it was the spark that put us there. We did stop in to the dealer to have a look around. What more »

Roadtripping to West Virginia – Thoughts on the Slab

Roadtripping to West Virginia – Thoughts on the Slab

When you stop and think about all of the ways that you have changed as a person over your riding lifetime, it’s surprising. For me, wherever I’m at seems like where I’ll always be. When you’re 23 and riding around on sportbikes being an asshole, you can’t imagine life in any other way.  I don’t more »

Cue the Monsoon – We’re Going on Weekend Road Trip

Cue the Monsoon – We’re Going on Weekend Road Trip

It really has become a point of comedy around here. Our area could be withering in the grips of a month long drought… until we decide to leave for something more than a day ride. Once our wheels crest the breach of the garage door? Whammo! Rain. True to form, I laid in bed at the more »

Tried and True – The Tools of the Trade on the Road

Tried and True – The Tools of the Trade on the Road

Yes, GPS is indeed wonderful. I use it often but more as a ‘where have a been’ or ‘I need to get someplace very specific.’  When I’m putzing around for pleasure, I don’t often rely on GPS for navigating. I stick with the old standby – paper map, highlighter, a sharpie and a scrap of paper. It never lets more »

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