Saturday, April 7, 2012

Three Weeks to Go!

Three weeks from right now, and I expect to be in North Dakota sharing dinner with some extended family as I head West and then North to Alaska.

Here is a short video showing the general route of my ride. I have a few waypoints marked in my GPS for people I want to meet and places I want to see, but the rest will be made up day-to-day as conditions and situations change.

Looking forward to meeting many of you in May and June!

YouTube: Everyday for 7 Weeks – San Diego by way of Alaska.

11 comments:

  1. Looking forward to seeing you. I talked to some other riders and they said that the roads should all be open but there could be snow at the higher elevations. Tools and a garage if you want to do any maintenence.

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    1. looking forward to seeing you as well! I don't anticipate any maintenance that early in the trip (other than chain *bleh*), but it is nice to know i have a space if i need it.

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  2. Three weeks...... How can you contain your excitement?

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    1. my excitement is tempered with a dose of anxiety as my brain plays the what if game. :) lol.

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  3. Wow, that looks fun. You've got a lot in there, too. Alaska, the Pacific Coast ride. I'm envious and will be following along.

    Let me know if you need anything while you're in San Diego.

    Dan

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    1. Thanks Dan. Looking forward to meeting you in San Diego!

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  4. Chris....you've a place to stay of course in the Denver area!

    Looking forward to the postings and pictures.

    Dom

    Redleg's Rides

    Colorado Motorcycle Travel Examiner

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    1. Thanks Dom! I'm looking forward to it.

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  5. Very cool! That little guy on the map reminds me of you! ;-)

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  6. Chris,
    Just found your site.. still checking it out. Anyway I did that exact trip except from MN to San Diego PCH to Seattle. I flew my wife into San Diego and sent her packing in Seattle. That looks fun!

    Enjoy!
    Todd

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