Touring on a VStar 650 Custom: “I haven't a clue as to how my story will end. But that's all right. When you set out on a journey and night covers the road, you don't conclude the road has vanished. And how else could we discover the stars?" (unknown)
I heard them though I could barely see them hidden in the trees. It was the gathering, an all too common sound of autumn. It sounded like a Hitchcock movie but this time the birds were gathering, not to wreak havoc, but to discuss their plans – plans for a trip south. They tweeted out, “Riding season is coming to an end.” And I yelled back… BUT IT AIN’T OVER YET…
Just to catch you up to speed … September has zipped by but…
I took a little ride to ‘The County’ via the long way ‘round.
Attended yet another festival (Chili) in the City.
And met BMW Triumphant (only a blogger to blogger meet up could get me, suffering from my ‘man cold,’ out of my cave on such a windy day) for a little 200 km ride through the home place.
What kind of blogger rushes off to a blogger to blogger meet up and forgets a camera? That would be me! Oh well, it isn't about me it's about seeing my hood through the eyes of moto bloggers Sonja and Roland of Find Me On The Road: (2wheelersrevisited.)
After several hours and a whirl wind tour of the St.Lawrence Seaway, Thousand Islands and Kingston we had the chance to kick back and relax around the table. It was like old times. With a background of cricket song the conversations lasted late into the night. At least I had the camera for good byes this morning. Bon Voyage. Can't wait to hear about the rest of your Eastern journey.