North America, First and Second.

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Re: North America, First and Second.

Post by DavidS » Thu Oct 24, 2019 7:13 pm

A final big thank you for all your reports. Always better when only a few days in the memory, not 20 years.

And welcome back to Blighty!
You had to pick a wet day to make you feel right at home.
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Re: North America, First and Second.

Post by funky » Thu Oct 24, 2019 8:14 pm

Just want to say thanks for all your reports,made me want to get over there more than ever. Where are you going next?

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Re: North America, First and Second.

Post by OnHellas » Thu Oct 24, 2019 8:26 pm

funky wrote:
Thu Oct 24, 2019 8:14 pm
Just want to say thanks for all your reports,made me want to get over there more than ever. Where are you going next?
Thanks for the vote of confidence. If you can get over to North America with your bike, or in a hire car, it really does have such a diverse range of stuff to see. Such varying landscapes etc.

The next adventure?? Well, like most people there’s a bit of a list. But I think that we may go for a walk.

Gibraltar to Santiago de Compostela. Around 1200 km. starting in early March....maybe.

There’s lots of things to sort out before then....somewhere to live being fairly high on that list. Then there’s the new Yamaha Tenere 700 to see....TET??

My advice is “if you want to, and you can, do it”. Life can change very quickly.

Thanks again.

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