Author Archives: Andrew Pain

Overland Expo 2014, Part Five


I am not a mormon. Just thought I’d get that out of the way early. Leaving Bonneville, I headed into Salt Lake City to see The Temple. It’s one of those things I just feel like I should visit, well … Continue reading

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Overland Expo 2014, Part Four


  (Sorry for the uneven posting schedule, I’m working on it) I woke up in Vegas with both kidneys and with money still in my wallet (I had set a limit on my gambling the night before and managed to … Continue reading

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Overland Expo 2014, Part Three


Monday morning I packed and stopped in Flagstaff to ship a box of things back to Milwaukee. I had a few books left over, and had picked up several things while at he expo that I didn’t want to have … Continue reading

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Overland Expo 2014, Part Two


I might have stayed up late Thursday night. Friday morning broke with sunshine and the promise of warmth, though there was a lingering chill in the shady spots. 8am and most people gathered at the Motorcycle Arena to listen to … Continue reading

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Overland Expo 2014, Part One


It was early May, and time to head south and west to Arizona and the Overland Expo. I was going to be presenting again this year, and also would have a table in the writer’s area (which would be the … Continue reading

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The Moonshine Lunch Run 2014


I freely admit I had mixed feelings about attending the MLR this year. It’s a Ride to Eat – where motorcyclists from all over the country get together for a meal, then head home. The Moonshine Lunch Run was started … Continue reading

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A Rock and Road Trip–Part Two


We woke early (because Sue seems incapable of sleeping in) and had breakfast at the hotel. I don’t usually have hotel breakfasts, since I tend towards cheap places that don’t offer it. I’ve always thought the savings was going to … Continue reading

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A rock and road trip


Okay, that was a terrible pun. I apologize. At the Harley Davidson 110th I met a friend of a friend, and as we talked about motorcycles (well, I guess there had to have been something else we talked about but … Continue reading

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A Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride


Back from Canada and the weather in the Midwest was wonderful. On the Milwaukee Vintage Motorcycle (MilVinMoto) there was talk of this all-around-the-world event called the Distinguished Gentleman Ride, or DGR. I don’t know how anyone had heard of it, … Continue reading

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Horizon’s Unlimited Ontario – Part Four


I slept pretty well in the cabin. There were no sheets, so I was just in my sleeping bag on the mattress. Morning had the small disappointment of no hot water, but I hadn’t really been expecting it. Apparently, there … Continue reading

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