Posts Tagged ‘lady biker’

Mother’s Day is one of those holidays that forces you to assess your performance at something – in this case, as a Mother (well, duh). It’s kind of like Administrative Professional’s Day. Good secretaries — I mean Administrative Professionals — get good gifts. Bad ones don’t. So what’s a good gift for a Mom who’s […]

So spring has arrived in Dallas and, from the looks of it, it will be spectacular – at least if you like 80-degree days in late March and early April (which I do). Sure we’ve already had some tornadoes and hailstorms but that’s the price you pay to be out of cold weather gear and […]

I’m writing to you from lovely Columbus, Ohio. I’m here on business and it’s pouring down rain. I mean the kind of rain that makes you look for a guy building a huge boat. I’m waiting for the Statue of Liberty to go floating by. That’s how much rain there is. When the plain landed, […]

How many Lady Bikers does it take to change a light bulb? Well, it depends on what kind of light bulb it is. Take, for example, the rear light/brake light bulb on Coco. That’s not your everyday, ordinary light bulb. Finesse and skill are required. Not to mention knowing it’s out in the first place, […]

So, after my week of riding at the ┬ábeginning of October plus a quick trip to a local dealer, I was down to only six dealerships left to visit in the Harley-Davidson Passport Challenge. I decided to try to hit three of those today and that will leave the last three to hit next weekend. […]

What Would It Take?

Posted: 11th October 2011 by LadyBikerTravel in Uncategorized
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I just spent a week of vacation on the road, riding. If I’d placed a direct order with God, the weather couldn’t have been better (except for a couple of days of West Texas straight wind). My riding partner is simply the best. He’s an excellent Road Captain and my single gripe about never being […]

December 14 & 15 Rides

Posted: 16th December 2010 by LadyBikerTravel in Uncategorized
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Time for another installment in the December challenge to take a different route home every night. But first, I want to share something I can’t tell anyone around me because they all worry and will blow it out of proportion. I took a fall on Coco this morning on my way to work. I was […]