I wasn’t sure I’d make the full nearly 500 mile journey from Whistler to Prince George. Not sure of the road, the scenery and photo opportunities that would unfold in front of me, all I could do is get on the road. And leaving Whistler on the last section of the Sea to Sky Highway […]
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The sea to sky highway is a small two lane road that winds its way from Horseshoe Bay near Vancouver to the grand ski resorts of Whistler and Black Comb, this scenic byway hugs the cliffs of a magnifiscent glacier carved landscape. With the Howe Sound to my left and the tree-covered Coast Mountains to […]
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As gracious and helpful they could be Jeff, Eric and Carrie at the Apple Store in Lynwood delivered me the bad news. My PowerBook didn’t make that morning’s DHL delivery. Per the information available from Apple’s depot repair facility in Texas, a part for my computer was back ordered. If I wasn’t going to let […]
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My last night in the Seattle area. Whether my computer arrived at the Lynwood Apple Store or not, I’m committed to moving on and making my way into British Columbia tomorrow. Tonight I connected with my friend Jonathan who works as a wine educator for Chateua St. Michelle. We connected at the Barking Frog restaurant […]
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I was extremely lucky to have the opportunity to have dinner at one of Seattle’s finest Italian restaurants with a great bottle of wine and a beautiful woman last night. Walking the streets of downtown Seattle through Pikes Market and the cozy tony Belltown Neighborhood. Everything was going right for me when it happened. Riding […]
It’s inevitable that wherever I park or sit still with my motorcycle eyes of passersby gaze curiously. Sometimes walking paces will slow as they scan the bike, read the decals on the panniers, other times they’ll stop and either offer idle comments or unleash a barrage of questions. “You look like you’re ready for a […]
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In planning the domestic leg of my WorldRider journey I did the best i could to plan my route so I could visit friends along the way. In Seattle I looked forward to visiting my friend and former co-worker Roland. Actually, Roland, along with my friend Bryan was the other co-founder of Wirestone. All three […]
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