Monday, May 8, 2017

Time for some riding!


Hello all,

Been a bit busy working on some ideas while working towards the “Big Picture”
Its no secret I've been on the road a while working towards getting a TV program put together.
Till that happens, I'm in that position where it will be nice to have some income along the way:)
In addition to Representing Aspen Quality Trailers, i'm also making videos for people to share on their Facebook pages and or Website.
Only done a couple but it has been lots of fun!

If you go to the top of the page and look at “Relationships” you will see a few:)

Nonetheless been dang busy lol
In the last couple weeks this is some of the locations.

Pullman Wa.
Pullman RV park:)
It rained for two days. I hid under the awning:(

The ride back was awesome tho.
Lewiston / Clarkston below!
This Pic does nothing for the view, Its incredible!


Couple days later it was off to Baker City, Or.
Went up to chat with Rick and Luke, Proprietors of Lefty's Taphouse.
Visit the "relationship page" on the top and you will see the vid we made:)
Great times with incredible people!

Stayed in a hotel while In Baker, wanted a good work-space and it was DANG cold!
Did a quick video for the Eldorado Inn:)
They are popular with Riders as you can see from the pic lol

So back to the shop for a day then off to Seattle Wa.
A fellow rider out of Seattle wanted to take a peak at the "Aspen Trailer" so beings my availability  is starting to tighten up, figured would be a good reason to go for a nice ride across Washington:)

Beautiful Ride it was!
I called the Seattle/Tacoma KOA in advance to let them know I would be arriving around 6:00.
Have stayed at this location many of times over the years!
Karen who happens to own a couple of Harley's had me a spot with power waiting:)
The Staff are so friendly, one of the many reasons I choose KOA when available.
I was much later than I anticipated so was happy to see the "KOA" sign.




The "Fellow riders" were patiently close by when I arrived. We enjoyed many awesome riding adventure stories:)
They have an incredible adventure lined up! 
Look forward to watching them:)

As Riders, we may be from different parts of the world, Country's, States, Cities, and neighborhoods.
We all have different spots on the social economical pyramid.
However we all have a common denominator that binds us...
The love of riding.

Next morning back over Snoqualmie Pass before the thunder storms roll in!
Still tons of snow!
The summit was a bit chilly but the rest of the ride was absolutely amazing:)



Currently caught up so will likely head in a direction in the morning.
Somewhere in the Northwest now that the weather is AWESOME!

Then in a couple three weeks headed to Tennessee!
Looking forward to seeing some good friends there;)


Time to get back on some packing!
Thank you. Each and every one
Chat soon,
Ken


3 comments:

  1. ....As Riders, we may be from different parts of the world, Country's, States, Cities, and neighborhoods.
    We all have different spots on the social economical pyramid.
    However we all have a common denominator that binds us...
    The love of riding.....

    That right there sums up the entire riding experience. Great thoughts, Ken.

    Ride safe

    Dennis

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  2. Kinda looks like you went darkside on that rear tire. IMO, the only way to go for distance riding, trailer pulling, and better handling in wet weather.

    I know, I have two of them back there. ;>)

    Good fortune with your travels, Ken. We're leaving Panama City for Jaxksonville FL in the morning, then up the east coast states. We're even gonna ride the Natchez Trace from TN to LA on the way home in a few weeks.

    Be safe, friend

    Dennis

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  3. Lol, looking forward to better stopping power for sure! I do like the idea of it lasting longer as well:)
    Tennessee?? I will be there on the 6th! Is that the time frame you will be there?

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