..... are never fun but this ain't no Mickey Mouse bullshit. Max, Chris and Ken had already completed 3500 miles on two Slab Sides and a BSA. The show was done and the road was calling their names once again. I made it over to Ray's shop in time to bid them all farewell.
The seasons are changing. We've had 60+ mph winds the last two days. I love it when the weather gets out of control and I love riding in it. The north-south roads were the most exciting. The wind wasn't the scariest part of the ride.... it was the obstacles that lie in wait over the next hill. I surfed a log at 75 mph. I turned around and removed it from the roadway.... it was a fun ride but I doubt others would think the same.
Silos are easier to spot from the backside of a hill.
I'm so backed up on all the images I've shot this summer I haven't had a chance to look at a lot of them. Today was the first chance I got to look at some of my pictures from Sturgis.
Here is one of thousands of images I captured.
I really enjoyed spending time with Justin and Jessica because they were wide eyed to the scene. I hate the fact that I know to much, I hate the drama, I hate the he said she said, I hate the attitudes. I wish I was ignorant to it all. They rolled in from Denver.... it was their first. Being around them brought me back to the days when things were new and exciting.
A big thanks to all who made it to Chicago for the Forever Rotten Art Show. I think it's safe to say that everyone had a good time besides the few that left in disgust. Guests from all bordering states and even further reaching filled the gallery so much in fact there was a line down the block to get in. We couldn't have asked for a better turn out.
I'm still trying to recover from last weekends activities. The Forever Rotten Art Show was better than we could have ever imagined. Great vibes all weekend long with great friends that traveled hundreds of miles from all directions.
Two bikes had to be carried up a flight of stairs.