ON THE AMTRAK AUTO TRAIN FROM LORTON, VA., TO SANFORD, FLA. — My post last Friday from Gettysburg, Pa., covered a marvelous afternoon and evening with my former teacher and Civil War aficionado Richard Mancini for a personal tour of the historic battlegrounds.
GETTYSBURG, Pa. — If I started this blog by telling you we had thoroughly enjoyed a day of touring, you’d likely assume I was referring to the motorcycling kind, right?
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Day Six of The Freedom Ride can only be described as … awesome. Honestly, I did my very best to drum up another word, but nothing else sufficed. Also, it’s the one word I heard repeated and rolling off the tongues of our riders multiple times throughout the day. I uttered the…more
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — The Freedom Ride lived up to its name on Tuesday in more ways than one. It was one “hull of a ride!”
MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. — Before sharing our Monday marathon, let me wrap up our Sunday Freedom Ride activities.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — We’ve traveled some great coastal roads and waterways since my post on Friday, when we thundered out of downtown Sarasota to start Hull of a Tour² The Freedom Ride.
SARASOTA, Fla. — These past few months have felt just like a lead-up to Christmas!
We left Palm Desert at 8 a.m. Monday feeling excitement and a twinge of sadness, knowing it was our last ride together as part of the inaugural “Boaterz n Bikerz Across America: A Hull of a Tour.”
After days of traveling the blessed back roads, we were excited about high-rolling it on Saturday to the bright city lights of Las Vegas. Our group split into two camps for the day. Both left from Williams, Ariz., with one headed to the heart of Sedona and then to the Hoover Dam while the other…more