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Check out the Blog Archives to read about our cross country motorcycle road trip from MA to CA this summer. We attended the Annual 2011 National Women On Wheels® Ride-In in San Jose CA. Then we just rode. We traveled over 11,000 motorcycle miles in what ever direction we wanted to go. We visited friends and family, saw the country, met some amazing people. We made memories we'll never forget. These memories are what THIS BLOG is made of! Enjoy them while we make MORE memories worthy of posting here for your enjoyment.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Cleaning The Garage

We cleaned the garage.  It took us a day of throwing things out.

Anything we could burn we threw out the back window for my roommate to put in the fire pit.

Cooper really enjoyed this game.   Kept looking for us to throw out more stuff.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Mama's Lap

We all love to hang out on the porch...

Cooper almost sits on someone else's lap...

 But this day he chose my lap.

Comfie looking, huh?

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Tree Trouble

Oh Boy!  Now I have trouble.

I have a great big tree that has to go.

It is infested with ants that have caused the bottom of the tree to rot.

I'm so unhappy about it.  the tree is a great shade tree.

And there is stuff close in every direction

I'm not sure how we're going to get this tree taken down.

Look how beautiful it is.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Classic Bike Show

There was an awesome classic bike show not too far from my house.

What a great time!

There were so many bikes they had to park us in the car lot across the street.

What a great day.

I saw SO many people I haven't seen in a really long time.

I wish I could have been there all day, but it was kind of overwhelming.

Cooper loved all the other dogs that got to come too... 

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Wants To Go With Me and Logan

The last time I took my grand son Logan for a short ride on the bike, I decided to leave Cooper at home.

Cooper wasn't happy about it as you can see, but he forgave us by the time we got home.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Two Wheel Tuesday

Every Tuesday we go to Simcock Farm in Swansea for Two Wheel Tuesday.

In the beginning it was really chilly, but it's warming up now.

We have a great time talking to other bikers.

They feed us for free or a small donation.

Last week we even got an ice cream.  

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Night Time Fire

Happily hanging by the fire.

Great way to spend time with his PEEPS.

What a lucky dog.

Monday, June 23, 2014

Hammocking Till It Rains

Look at those clouds rolling in.  

It didn't look much like I would get much time to enjoy my hammock on this day after a long week of work.

I love my hammock and I think Cooper loves it too, because though you can't see him, he's on the hammock with me.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Tough Guy - Part 3

Ok... one more try to ruin the bikers 'tough guy' image. :)

I love this man.  He's so much fun to mess with.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Tough Guy - Part 2

Did you see yesterday's post?

Well here you go... here's the video as promised.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Tough Guy - Part 1

Biker sits on a swing...  Cooper sits on the Biker...

Biker swings with Cooper...

Wait till you see the video tomorrow... we're about to ruin this biker's 'tough guy' image.  TEE HEE!!!

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Flags Flying After The Parades

I thought it would be fun to show you how the flags look when we're riding with them open.  That's Warren in front of us.  Our flags are the same as his.  You can even hear his radio.  

We were in a great mood after doing two parades with Cooper on my bike waving to everyone and Warren playing loud patriotic music from his bike.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Taunton Parade On Memorial Day

After the Middleboro Parade, we hurried our way to the staging area for the Taunton Parade.

We got to ride with a WWII veteran who is in his 80s.  He flew his American flag from his bike.  

Warren and I flew American and POW/MIA flags from our bikes.

The staging area was a good chance to get to know people.

We got to see the part of the parade that was in front of us as they went by in formation and order of the parade.

There were three men who were WWII veterans who were marching.  I get goose bumps just writing of them as they proudly walked along the parade route.  I had to walk to the edge of the street and clap for them as they passed by.  

We rode right in front of the Taunton Area Vietnam Veterans.  It was such an honor to be invited to lead them.

Memorial Day always means something to me.  It's not about the entertainment of having a parade...

It's to honor those who defended our freedom since the beginning or our great United States of America.