Update on Rene Cormier’s Author of – The University of Gravel Roads

It looks like my buddy, Rene Cormier, author of The University of Gravel Roads, RTW Travelogue Becomes Canadian Bestseller!  Congratulations! http://www.adventuremotorcycle.com/spotlight/news-archive/19-spotlight/news/901-news-university-gravel-roads

Deacons of Deadwood Charity Ball Conclusion

It’s time to report in on the Deacons of Deadwood’s 13th Annual Charity Ball.  Better late than never. To recap, the Gala was held at the Bayou City Event Center in Houston, Texas, September 20, 2014.  Frank and I were the guest of our friend John Beck.  Here’s a shout out and Special Thanks to John and Sharon […]

Day 7 – Texas Perimeter Ride Conclusion

Final Day – 2000 Total Miles Well, the Texas Perimeter Ride is over and we are back home safe and sound. We stopped short of our mission by about 1000 miles, therefore, we are going to have to try again, only next time we’ll be better prepared. Let’s recap some interesting things we saw and learned […]

Day 6 – Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Day 6 – 400 miles Today we rode through Palo Duro Canyon State Park which is south of Amarillo in the Texas Panhandle. The canyon is approximately 120 miles long, 20 miles wide, and 800 feet deep.  It is the second largest canyon in the United States next to the Grand Canyon. Wildlife in the canyon includes […]

Day 5 – Amarillo

Day 5 – approximately 300 Before leaving Shamrock we felt compelled to kiss the Blarney Stone in order to give ourselves the gift of gab and good fortune. I must admit I kissed it too.  Then we scurried back to the U-Drop Inn and Tower Cafe which is now a museum with Route 66 memorabilia. […]

Day 2 – Dallas

Day 2 – 300 miles Well, we didn’t break the bank at the casino but got a great nights sleep.  We pulled out of Shreveport about 9 a.m.  First stop –  Caddo Lake, the largest natural lake of fresh water in the south.  It covers 26,800 acres and is located on the border between Texas […]