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Then, there was Perry from Cabo

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Day Two of the Western Tour (Harley-Davidson style) we traveled through Red Lodge, Montana, Gateway to Yellowstone National Park, and over the Bear Tooth Pass. It was a fantastic day. The weather was ideal. We took our time exploring the town, stopping at scenic overlooks and chatting with other riders.

Bought a t-shirt and bag here.
(The bag is great, small enough to wear over my shoulder while riding and hold the bare essentials, my small coin-purse, cellphone, and nice Nikon camera. I had it at the ready for all photo opps!)
Found a fun bottle of wine there.
Sat on a bench and enjoyed a quick-silver cup of coffee while watching a parade of motorcycles, tourists, and guys in kilts.
(I don’t know. It must have been kilt day, or something.
I think the Chef would have participated if he had a kilt.
Maybe that the Rennaisance Festival in September?)
And, the community of Bikers standing around admiring each other’s equipment. This photo is at a gas station at the end of town with a sign that says, “Last gas stop before going over the pass.”
I wrote about meeting John from California in my last post as we started our way up the mountain. Then, we stopped here to walk around a bit, admire the view, and meet Perry from Cabo.
Perry roared up on his Harley and started talking the minute he killed the engine, asking where we’re from, where we’re going, talking about his journey and his property in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The Chef vacations there in the winter, so they connected right away. I think Perry invited him (us?) to visit him next time he’s there. Who knows? They exchanged information.

We told him about our blog, Ride off the Page. So, if you’re reading this, Perry, “Hey! from Minnesota. Hope you had a great ride.”

Before we left, he said, “Take a picture of me with my bike.”
Here you go, Perry. Enjoy every mile.
Be safe. Journey on, and Happy Trails!
(Tomorrow, I’ll post a photo and reflection from the Medicine Wheel on my writer’s blog, Play off the Page!)
  1. I love that you told Perry about your blog. But my favorite part of this was, of course, the guys in kilts. 😉

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