Life in the Texas Panhandle as experienced by a transplanted Californian.
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Just an update
Hello, any one who is interested.
So winter is here and motorcycle riding has diminished but I did get it out yesterday and ride to work. Of course you do have to bundle up some when it is 32 degrees. Still it was a nice ride. They always are. I gotta tell you, I feel the urge to make another cross country trip coming on. West is always a good direction, but I will wait till spring or so. This photo is from my return from Oregon, and that was a good trip. I don't have the goldwing any more and this bike did ok. It started every time and that is a good thing. Maybe I will get another Goldwing after the car is paid off. Sharon might decide to go with me then. Then, this bike will be hers again.
My hair is almost long enough to donate again. It will be nice to have it gone.
I came to the Texas panhandle in the early 1980's
and learned to love it. At first I worked in the oilfield in a derrick, and that was good. Later I became employed with the city of Perryton, and currently with the city of Booker. I have a wonderful wife who has stayed with me for some reason, ever since December 20th of 1975. I think I will keep her.