425 or so miles for the day. Dodged the rain in Alabama, and also the rain when we got home in SC. All day slabbing on interstate 20, which is not our favorite way to ride, but gets us from A to B the fastest way. Came home and unpacked, sorted and cleaned equipment. 3 weeks riding and about 6000 miles later leaves a lot of nice pictures, videos and memories. It'll take weeks to sort through it all. Wish we could stay out longer, but work calls. We'll have to wait a while.
Thanks to everyone that followed us on the journey.
525 miles for the day. Tore out of Van Buren before the rain started. Ate lunch a little west of Memphis, TN. The nightmares of getting through Memphis, TN and Birmingham, AL went fine, even with crazy drivers all around. Needless to say, no pics for today.
Final leg home tomorrow is about 420 miles, so shouldn't be much of a problem.
460 or so miles for the day. Had a long lunch in Oklahoma City, so we lost a little more ride time than usual due to a long lunch. No pics for today. I'm posting some shots I took outside the tent at Molas Lake Camp after we woke up in 30 degr. yesterday.
Taken towards the east the night before
Left Molas Lake around 9:00 AM. Temp dropped to 30 degr overnight, so Lois's tootsies got cold. Continued down 550 (Million Dollar Hwy) to Durango, where we ate breakfast.
After breakfast we stayed on 550 until hitting I40 in Albuquerque, NM. Then a straight shot to Vega, TX. In for the night at Days Inn. 496 miles for the day.
Left Silverton in the morning with about 40 degr. on the thermometer. The ride out to the park is just 9-10 miles, where we set up camp. This is truly a beautiful camping park.
Took quite a few shots, but no uploads for now. Have to do it later.