**Please all women interested in this Jacket please try it on with your liner of choice before you buy it. The collar could be an issue regarding how tight it will feel around your neck. TRY THIS suit on in general before BUYING! It will be in your BEST interest…trust me!**
Let me preference this review by saying I am just your average run of the mill female ADV rider and all my reviews are honest based on WHAT I believe and hope they are useful somehow. Had to get that out because I get many emails from folks criticizing I am not an expert…no kidding…i know that and completely aware. ;-) Now, on to my initial review.
Today I will review the Jacket and for tomorrow I will review the pants. PICS are all clickable for larger versions
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After going back and forth as to where I should take my SOLO trip this year I think I have come up with a plan. Head East, go see my family and some friends and then head West. I think it’s doable…May 17 – June 16? Need to replace my SPOT CONNECT as my other one seems to like to eat batteries more than usual and the battery lid does not like to stay closed. So, new Connect on order and over the next few months I shall get the camping gear together, check out it twice, before I leave get the bike all tuned up with new K60 tires and off I will head into the USA and Canada. We did this trip, different route in 2010.
As usual I will try to do a live report from the road on the ADV forum or maybe just the F800 forum not sure yet and the BLOG, with updates on our Face Book page too. Should be fun to get out there on my own. I have taken shorter trips SOLO but not 12,000 KM’s worth. Continue reading
And did you make the turn NORTH???? We will be back one day….
How many have seen this sign too? Continue reading
Day 1, Part I (all pics are clickable)
As many who read this blog know first hand our everyday lives can get in the way of our hobbies. Since January 2012 until present day, Cheryl and I have both changed our careers. Leslie joining BC Transplant as an In Hospital Organ Donation Coordinator/Organ Donation Specialist and Cheryl still with the RCMP but now well into her apprenticeship to become a Forensic Expert. With this reality of ours, getting away on the bikes for a long stretch of time is not happening as of late. So….what to do??? Make the best of the time we get off and get away.
Being able to adjust this shield off road was awesome! Allowed for great air flow and stability!
We have 3 nights starting Sunday to get away on the bikes. Where should we go? Been everywhere both in the states and BC but we want some dirt and then a place to relax.
UPDATE: We are going here
TYAX Wilderness Lodge
The honor guard sets the scene and mood….perfect touch…thanks to Cheryl’s Friends/colleagues for doing what they do best.
We gave each other 2 rings. One was the commitment band we exchanged back 15 years ago and we both now have a diamond band representing our marriage.
Surrounded by RCMP Mounties we ended up having a great wedding at the Westcoast Wilderness Lodge in Egmont BC.
More pics and posts to come. We are staying another night to relax. Guests are long gone and it’s just us. What a day to remember!
Family have arrived for our wedding. Mom and dad via RV from New York and sisters and families via plane
My colleagues had this special cake made for Cheryl’s and my pre wedding shower yesterday, July 20.
It was a perfect get together of RCMP and BCT colleagues and friends. Thank you guys and only about 3 weeks to go until the wedding!
Cheryl and I have been working hard to build a backyard we can call home.
Almost all done and we have to be honest we feel pretty good about our team effort.
Two grrls living and building more adventures.