Recent rides in VT
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Hooked
2016 Sprint S 150 (his), 2016 Sprint 150 Blu Gaiola (hers), 2006 GTS 250 Excalibur Gray, 2006 GTS 250 Black
Joined: 21 Oct 2016
Posts: 392
Location: Vermont
Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:50 am quote
Since the weather is getting colder, we are taking time when it is nice to ride. We did recently buy some cold weather riding gloves that are quite warm but also thicker and stiffer, so need some breaking in time.

Anyhow, here are some pics from recent rides. I need to get better on my picture taking!

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Trip to buy some maple syrup products for a raffle basket

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Sorry, bridge pic was blurry but here is sign. Imagine skidding the bridge across fields to return to location

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Gorham Bridge, built 1842

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another one from 1840"s

Hooked
2019 GTS 300 Touring
Joined: 01 May 2011
Posts: 309
Location: SW Florida
Mon Oct 22, 2018 7:47 am quote
You're photography is great, keep'm coming. Brings back great memories.

You live in a great part of the world for two wheel exploration. For 38 years I lived in the Hudson Valley, Rhinebeck NY area, and would take a annual motorcycle excursion up into VT., and during winters offen skied Vt., mostly at Stowe, Bromley,or Kemo. The Ride up rt 100 was one of my very favorites in the NE. Going up and over Smuggler Notch always made me grin!

Thx for the memories.

Paul
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LX150, GTS300, BV350, EN650
Joined: 26 Jul 2017
Posts: 4334
Location: Home of the Alamo
Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:17 am quote
I agree with roadscum. Love the covered bridges and all the history of your area. Makes me wish Texas wasn't so "new." Looks like you all are having a great time. Will you continue with the 150's once the twin 250's are acclimated?
Hooked
2016 Sprint S 150 (his), 2016 Sprint 150 Blu Gaiola (hers), 2006 GTS 250 Excalibur Gray, 2006 GTS 250 Black
Joined: 21 Oct 2016
Posts: 392
Location: Vermont
Fri Oct 26, 2018 8:22 am quote
Jet Peddler wrote:
Will you continue with the 150's once the twin 250's are acclimated?
Up for discussion. The 150's fit in the back of the truck when we are towing the camper, so may have to but I think Le Wife likes the 250 better.

Now the proposal I am working on is to sell at least one of the 150's, sell the pickup truck and the camper, and buy like a Class C camper and trailer the 250's. The way I see it (notice it is an I not we) is that we can pretty much do everything with the 250's and then if need to rent a car for a day or two. The limitation would be if we had to travel on a major highway for a distance on the 250's.
Hooked
2019 GTS 300 Touring
Joined: 01 May 2011
Posts: 309
Location: SW Florida
Fri Oct 26, 2018 1:36 pm quote
I like the way you're thinking. Makes sense to me.

Paul
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