We made it back to the West Virginia place. It was only 441 miles. We left Natural Bridge, Kentucky at 8:30 AM and arrived here around 7:30 PM. That includes three gas stops and one stop for lunch.
Temps were in the THIRTIES when we left this morning. That is really damn cold when you’re on a motorcycle. Trust me.
It did warm up eventually. But not until a couple of hours after we’d been on the road.
It was foggy, too. For about the first hour, we alternated between pea-soup fog and blinding sun, freezing the whole time. It was fun. Fortunately we were on a parkway (highway) and not some crazy, windy, mountain roads.
After the short stint on the highway, we dropped onto some amazing country roads. Really. Today we experienced some of the best roads of the entire trip. So even if it did start out colder-than-cold, it was all worth it. The roads were that good.
More detail tomorrow when we’re at the Maryland home. Right now, I am beat. And these pictures I’m trying to upload aren’t uploading.
So that’s all for now.