I registered here resulting from reading a friends blog covering his many adventures across this wonderful country astride his KLR... Rather insightful, enticing, even strayed well into the personal Zin if you will being totally separated from technology. As if going back in time, a time we both began our lives. Only he a bit younger than I, still, he moved me to act, so here I am.
I have visited the KLR many many times throughout past years, but have never acted on my impulses. Affordability is not the issue, I guess its safety related. I have been down five separate times on two wheelers. Back then. I rode strickly because I was seriously amongst those, in the poor house. Bikes were cheap to maintain and operate. I did love riding, but, in reality, it was what it was.
I am 58, medically retired due to numerous physical phycological injuries, as I lived by the gun for over thirty years, lacked education and the gift of "Perfecting the Art of Kissing Ass" and the fact I am Caucasian, anybody wishing for clarification on this matter feel free to axed me, only the facts I will give you. I understand the rules, and I understand todays "thought Police"
I know, I already have activated the moderator and I suppose he is readying the ban key. But? before you do, I will transmit this message to all that read my words. This my friends is a Free Republic, NOT a democracy as you hear bannied about on the news, we face real threats to our United States Constitution, YOUR freedom, the young, the youth of today. It will only remain so if you so choose to keep our sacred documents "The United States Constitution" close to your hearts.
However, being from the all guts, no glory era of peacekeeping has left me in a cunundrum regards to todays new idea/s of facing not only our enemies, but our more domesticated threats, topics few wish to have open dialog. With that tiny bit of insight into who and what kind of public fodder I once was, I'll move it back to the topic of dual sport enjoyment. As I someplace in my broken but not battered heart I yearn for the freedom two-wheels lend me...
Roy Rogers and Dell Evans...