There are no bad roads in Vermont. Add a few sunny days in the low 80's and you have the makings of an ideal weekend rally.
The RA is no MOA, it's not even the poor cousin. It's basically a large local club organizationally. What this bare bones rally lacked in amenities it made up in location and great people. Lisa and I made our first camping excursion of the season and shared many miles and smiles.
Back to basics camping
In the weeds
Morning fog lingers over the camp site
Lisa braids her hair in the camp mirror, getting ready for a day of riding.
Breakfast of champions, Wilmington, VT
That was one filling brownie!
Bikes from the weekend
15 year old Lisa hams it up with 78 year old Ardys Kellerman, who dropped in from her Texas home.
Traditional Mid day stop for ice cream
Ready to hit the road at 7:00AM
Don't forget to do something wacky this summer!
Gail, have you got Lisa signed up for MSF yet? For some reason I thought she was already 16. My 16 YO grandson completed MSF last fall before he was 16. When he turned, he got his learner's permit. So proud when he rode his new-to-him NX250 to the inspection station.
she just turned 15 1/2 and is allowed to drive the car with me.
I'll look at MSF in the spring when she has her license and some road awareness. Hoping to pick up a 5 speed car for her in the spring too.;)
Dah...at least you guys didn't have to wait in line for the showers!
Anyways...beautiful rally location and fun people made my first rally a fun one.
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