Two wheels and a motor ... or mobile life

So, looking ahead to the 2021 riding season, it seems unlikely to me that international travel (at least such trips involving a long airplane ride) will be an available or sensible choice. As I've been wanting to re-visit the New England and Nova Scotia area for a number of years, now might be the time. Hopefully international land travel to Canada will be possible by then.

After (mostly) recovering from a broken leg (Motorcycle accident Nov 2019) I'm anxious to get riding again. To that end, here are some plans for longer rides in 2020.

We liked our brief overnight stay on Vancouver Island as part of last year's Canada ride so much that we went back to spend more time. This time the focus was entirely on the island. No surprise, it was fantastic.

Road side stop at Lake Crescent

CDT = Continental Divide Trail. This is a route across the United States of America that stretches from Canada to Mexico along the geographic Continental Divide as closely as possible. And, I decided to ride it on a motorcycle.

On the trail near the CO-WY border