It felt good to be on a road trip (car) once again, sort of. Hadn't driven anywhere of significance in well over a year, thank you Covid. Wanting to avoid Austin morning traffic, I decided to depart at 8:30 AM instead of my previously planned 6:00 AM. (Six ayem? Just what the hell was I thinking?) Anyhoo, I got on the road, all excited 'n everthang, and then nothing. Went from 75 mph to 0 mph in nothing flat. Construction AND a major wreck with do that to ya. Spent the next t
Vistaprint came through! Found the cards on front porch yesterday about 3:00 PM. Look great. Drove into town and picked up the hats. They look nice. No real logo, just something to let folks know it's me. (Possible delusions of grandeur). All packed. Ready to go. T-minus one day and counting.
Designed a Tripp On Two Wheels business (promotional) card to hand out at Moto Fest, and a hat to wear while doing so. Ordered the cards from Vista Print. They were cheaper by the million. Maybe I bought too many. Only ordered two hats. Much more pricey that the cards. Hope they turn out nice.
Been cogitating two days now. Here's where I sit currently: Three days of Moto Fest must certainly be better than one. Staying all three days. Think I'll drive (car). May is t-storm season in most of Texas. That crap don't mix well with bikes. Motel 6. That's how I'll afford to stay three days. Done deal.
I had debated heading north to Texas Motor Speedway and the greatness that is to be "Get On! Moto Fest" (a three day gathering of everything motorcycle), and last night I finally put that debate to rest. I'm in. Bought my ticket. All fifteen dollars of it. Yay. Ride or drive? Stay one day or three? Four Seasons or Motel 6? The debate lives.