My wife and I left Southern California 6/29 and made our way back home 7/8 with some great memories of our journeys. Made our way to Aspen to visit great friends. We spent 5 days exploring Aspen and the area. Rode up Independence Pass and Rode Cedar Creek rod and Maroon Bells. Meandered our way toward home stopping at many scenic spots and finally made our way to Zion National Park. Stopped in Vegas for a day.
It was great to be out and the Goldwing did great, even while riding through the desert in 124 degree temps. And hitting a hail storm just before Vegas that included gusts that had us riding sideways.
Reports and stories from trips, planning of gatherings, questions about how to get there!
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Glad you had a safe and great trip. Have been to some of those areas and know how beautiful the sites can be. Cameras can't do justice to it.
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While I have never been to those places it has been my experience a camera does not do the real view justice
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