Sunday, April 16, 2017

My First Motorcycle Outing

Greetings from the recovering Hermit Writer.

Managed a short ride with Sissy this morning...to Temple Terrace Park on the Hillsborough River. The river is down about three feet. We need rain.





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15 comments:

  1. I am glad that you could get out at last. I suspect Sissy was too.
    At the moment I am busy in the garden (and wrestling with my humungous unread towers) so will resist temptation. Probably.

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  2. I'm glad you are recovering. I had to go back to read what happened to you. sorry your are injured but glad it wasn't worse.

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  3. PS, beautiful pics. hope you get rain soon

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  4. ...I understand that there are 110 fires in the state.

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  5. Still a lot of water though. Enough for the ducks at least. I miss my motorbike.

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  6. Good to hear you are out and about again. I am just about to embark on a long distance walk of 100 miles over the next week. Whilst I don't want soaring temperatures a little less rain would be pleasant!

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    1. Holy moly...100 miles. It takes me a week to recover from one day's ten mile hike. I'll be with you in spirit.

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  7. Great to hear from you, and having a time to get out with your camera, nice one.

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  8. Great photos. Hope you enjoyed the ride.

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  9. Wow, sounds great. Fabulous photos too. ;-)
    Best, Synnöve

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  10. Lovely shots! Glad to hear the bicep is healing.

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  11. beautiful!!! i am so happy you got out - i'll bet the wife is too ;)

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  12. Bet it's good to ride again. Nice set of photos.

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  13. I'm so glad you got out for a ride. The weather's been so beautiful lately. Love your photos...we need rain too!

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  14. Hello, beautiful shots and scenes from your outing. I am sure it felt good to get out for a ride. Enjoy your day!

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