It was too early in the season but we were eager to get out of the house for a two-day trip.
Dan and I bought new helmets (review to come!) and wanted to give them a real-life test. So we gave the GPS a destination and then chose “Curvy Roads”. This is great because you never know exactly where it’ll take you along the way.
It was a chilly but beautiful day for a ride. We kept it short because our toes didn’t keep as warm as we had expected. Still, it was great to get out and enjoy some sunshine!
I’m a little out of order in my postings, but I got side tracked by wanting to posts the photos from the Eiger hike right away. And now, still in time for autumn festivals, is a wine tasting trip through the Alsace.
Dan and I took advantage of some late-fall weather and rode our bikes through a bit of France and Germany.
Dan and I started our two-week motorcycle holiday. Not everything went as planned and we had to make some alternative arrangements. But like my Dad always said “You have to be flexible!”
Dan and I take our first trip to the City of Lights to see what all of the fuss is about.
Dan, Bob and I hopped on the motorcycles for a three day trip to the Mediterranean. It was a lot of riding, but the good far outweighed the bad. There are a lot of pictures, so I’ll be posting it up in parts.
Dan and I, and our friend Bob, decided that we should see more of the Alps. We took the weekend to visit the Jura Mountains and a bit of the French Alps. The weather was just about perfect, although the heat was a little much at times.
I took the day to explore the area south of Basel, down along the Swiss/French border. It was even more pleasant than I expected! I took a LOT of photos because I just couldn’t get over how every single road was so picturesque and entertaining. To go for a six hour ride and never once get bored really is something to crow about!