Well, I’ve made it back to Denver, which means this trip is over!
(They could’ve made the sign a little more colorful…)
From Joshua Tree, I made a couple stops, in Las Vegas (unfortunately I didn’t win enough money to stay on the road…) and Durango, then got back into Denver on the evening of April Fool’s Day.
All I can say is that I’m a little overwhelmed for this trip to be coming to an end. I had the time of my life, met a lot of wonderful people, and saw some amazing places.
To everyone who asked if I was going to write a book…nah, I’ve never really like writing all that much (I’m surprised that I kept up with this blog). If you want to read a great book about traveling on a motorcycle, check out Jupiter’s Travels by Ted Simon (actually regardless of the motorcycle and travel topic, if you just want to read a good book, check this one out). If you still want a book from me, print off all these blog entries and have Kinko’s bind them for you.
As far as this blog, I plan to keep it up an running (though fairly minimally). In the near future, I plan to do a few posts on gear reviews, so if you’re into motorcycling, stay tuned. If I feel inspired to write, I may also go into detail on some of the more entertaining or interesting events that either weren’t written about, or were briefly touched on. I’ll also post up photos and info on short trips around the U.S. And maybe a few years down the line I’ll fully revive the site for another big trip.
Thanks for following along, now get on your motorcycle or bicycle, in your car, or on a plane, train, bus, or boat, and head somewhere you’ve never been.