Heading to our next stop of Tucumcari, we have a pretty nice ride. The wind is to our back and we are really sailing. It is starting to warm up a bit by the time we get to Tucumcari. Time to get rid of some clothes.
The wind becomes the common denominator in this ride. It never lets up, if anything it keeps getting worse. Going around semi's is an art. Never know which way the wind is going to throw you around. My neck is so tired from just trying to hold my head up.
We get to Amarillo and plan on eating at Blue Sky. Guess what, they are closed. Rudy's is just down the road so looks like that is where we will eat. Can't really go wrong with Rudy's.
Riding along, and Chuck says if I could see him now, I would be scared. Seems like his helmet keeps moving, and when he adjust it, it pulls down his doo-rag...
We get to Oklahoma line and guess what, the wind is still blowing. Yep, still!!!!
Had a really good time on this trip. Loved the place we stayed....I know the rock drive was a pain, but the patio and hospitality was great. As far as the company, I can't say enough about the people we ride with. They are all such great people, and I am so glad we have so much fun together. Never know what is going to happen, or who is going to do it, but that is part of the fun. Thanks to all that went with us, and hope it was a great ride for you as well. Mileage 1535 for us. By the way, Ginger will be going to Harley World in the morning. Hope they fix her. Over and out. :)