For years my husband and I have talked about getting dual sport motorcycles to ride together. One thing my knee injury taught me is to not wait on fulfilling dreams as you never know when life will throw you a curve ball, changing what you can do. Lately, we've been exploring parts of Idaho that I've never seen, seeing it from the seat of a vintage Honda CT110 with my corgi, Max, sitting behind me in a custom wooden box that Marshall created. Max barks if I get too far behind, and pokes me with his nose, I guess, in an effort to get me to go faster-it's rather hilarious! Yesterday we trailered our motorcycles to just past Idaho City, where we parked at the Granite Creek recreational area to eat some lunch and then unload the bikes.
We rode up to the campground which looks like a great place to camp, and I did a happy dance as there was a BATHROOM! After hours of riding, that was a joyous sight ;-) Right past the campground we ran into deep snow covering the road. Some intrepid soul had driven their truck through it, but that was the end of the road for us and we turned around to head back to the truck. My son, Seb, and I stood by the snow for a photo op-
And Max ran through the snow, just enjoying eating some of it.
Have a great weekend,