RIDING IN AND ABOUT THE STATE OF MAINE.
Mike,I see little gold statues in our future! Tom
Indeed. And, as star participate you are entitled to large royalties.
What fun! I really enjoyed that! I was going to say you have as much snow as we do, but you have LESS! How did THAT happen?And has Tom lost a considerable amount of weight? He looks like it! And you have to love those 25mph zones- a scooter's best friend. Well, at least I like them. I can't wait to see your ride around the springtime countryside.
Thank you Martha for your ever kind words. I'm hopeful that Tom has lost a bit of weight; he works at it. As for Springtime riding, just take a deep breath, it's almost here. As for the snow, this is the second year that snowfall has been below average. Perhaps in ten years I'll be living in a sub-tropic zone… Let's hope.Ciao. Mike.
Good Stuff. I am enjoying these installments.The one thing about riding in the chilly winter weather is that you have to turn around and ride home too. After warming up with the cuppa joe and a muffin I find it hard to do sometimes.
Ah, Brandy, the secret - which I don't publish, is that there is ALWAYS a secondary coffee stop-place on the way back. Ciao, Mike.
Mike:I loved your video. I liked how you came to that intersection and then had to have a board meeting to figure out which way to go. Lucky there is no traffic where you are. Your roads are emptybobRiding the Wet Coast
Bob: Thanks for the kudos. I don't often admit this, but - since you mentioned it - we have a crew of BIG riders, whose job is to make sure that no traffic interferes with our filming. (You do remember that I'm Italian, yes?) They do a very effective job, no?Ciao. Mike.