You're leaving? Good luck with that.
Actually, in terms of the pic you posted, I think that it refers to the location of the solar system, not earth....on the scale of the Milky Way, the earth is invisible.You're leaving? Good luck with that.
That’s the best kind of riding there is.To answer the original question, on a recent day off, I made a split second decision to hop on the bike and go have some tacos, then to fill up and get on a hghwy with no regard to time or what exit I'll take and where I go from there. I was by myself and riding completely random. Best ride I had in a long time.
Petting furry animal has been quantified as good therapy. Relaxes the mind, lowers blood pressure.
I just posted that clip because it's pretty funny IMO.Mine will lick you to death.
That's a good doggy.The little pit/shepherd puppy I brought home almost 7 years ago swole up to 120 pounds. He is so dang sweet he ranks in the top 3 for dogs I have shared my 73 years with ... and that is A LOT OF THEM. Yet when the drugged-out loonie came to my gate, he switched to his junk-yard-dog alter ego and bought me both time and distance.
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I used to do that both on my BSA650 and in my Porsche 912 in and around Sonoma County, California. The only rule was: Hmmm I haven't seen this road before. I wonder where it goes. My internal geonavigational system always found the way home.MY "Historic' rides that I've enjoyed since riding my RD200 in the Southern, Calif Mountains and Coastlands, in 1968, is the same I ride now in SW Missouri, surrounded by Beautiful and scenic, curvy Country roads: Fill the tank up, point the bike North-South-East or West, only riding on NEW, unexplored roads and ride for as long as I can, taking lots of pictures! Eventually noting where I am and working my way back home. I purposely try to GET LOST on these rides, hence I named them 'my get lost rides.' Sam
My airplane sinks when I turn the engine off.This is the correct answer. Turn the engine off and nothing but you and the wind.