Now its Saturday. The plan was to go to walmart and try to get a new power outlet, then head up to New Hampshire to meet up with RideyourRide.
There was a lot of "crumb" to be put on the bikes:
After futzing around town, trying to get some maps at AAA, stopping at a walmart (with no luck in fiding our part), we headed up the road to New Hampshire. We spent a bit of time fooling with the bags on the bikes, and we really didnt make good time, but since we wouldnt never really have a set schedule for this trip, it worked out.
PLANS ARE FOR FOOLS!!!
Finally we met up with RideYourRide who showed us his bike projects (VTR from Mad Max? CBR? ). Ride took us on some nice roads, and eventually we stopped for lunch:
That there is RideYourRide on his Ascot (with no fork oil I do believe
). He also has a VFR which he hopped on later in the day. There is Nalian and her blue Ninja 650r, and my red Bandit 12.
RideYourRide left us soon after lunch, and we headed north up rt 16 towards the White mountains, and the Kancamagus Highway.
The Kanca-highway (which i've still get to pronounce correctly) was a great road, as you can see here:
Just a warning, going through my pics i realized about 98% of them are of my bike. Yea, I like to travel around the country and take pics of my bike...what can I say.
Anyhoo, somewhere on the KangaMangaHengis Highway we came into a small town and saw this:
In case you wanted to drop by and try to persuade the owner to sell, it was sitting outside this place:
We kept heading west, through New Hampshire, and eventually in Vermont where we stayed near Montpelier for the night. Here are the pics from that stretch:
That was it for day 2.
2000 Suzuki Bandit 1200s
Vespa Rally 200 in pieces