We have family in Ft Lauderdale and they said if it gets bad we will head to Orlando. :banghead: If the highways are packed and not flowing it will be hard to get out of there. Don't wait until it's too late!!
Check out Little Switzerland...their restaurant has a FANTASTIC blackened Prime Rib. https://switzerlandinn.com/
Also, the loop from there down 226A to 226 and back up is a blast! http://www.blueridgemotorcycling.com/ride-maps/the-diamondback-nc-226a/
I wear custom made ear plugs...mainly after the bug in the ear incident a few years back in the Smokie Mtns... (do a search). However, with all the ringing in my right ear I'm wishing I had wore them years ago. :(
Well I'm going to have to cancel my room. Our next grandchild is due in July and the C-section is scheduled for..... July 14th. First grandchild we didn't know about until a few months after, the 2nd we were in Alaska, we can't miss the birth of another one. ?. We have a grandson on the way...
Just a reminder for those riding up from the south (or anywhere). The roads in the mining areas can be VERY SLICK if any rain starts to fall!! (riding up in a few years back a few of us Terry, Cindy, and us) we coming into Welch and the road was like ice (and it was warm).
Get going 60-80 MPH and if you have highway bars extend your legs out...get them up against the tank. Did your issues go away with this? I'm always amazed at hoe much better my bike rides when I get my knees up against the tank....
I have a Woody's fairing and it is awesome, but as Bassdude said the mount needs improvement....it's a few radiator hose clamps attached to the triple trees. The fairing itself is awesome, just wish the mounting was better.