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Our beloved mother Esther

6/9/2018 Our beloved mother, grandmother, and friend Esther Perez left this world and went on to the great adventure of life, the day before yesterday.  Less than two months ago I visited and stayed with her, in her Miami home … Continue reading

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My Third Baja Bash

Just back on the grid after a week at sea with no service. Quickly penning these words before we check out of Mexico and make our way home. My sunrises following a daily routine of night watches from 3 a.m. … Continue reading

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Day 14 of 14 – Key West to San Diego Trip

Yesterday one of our group noticed an orange peel size chunk of tire missing from the rear tire of the BMW1200 affectionately called Warthog. Had he not spun that tire earlier it may have gone unnoticed. And so with the … Continue reading

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Day 13 of 14 San Diego to Key West ride

One more day and a wake-up is all that is left and then this ride is in the books. And the best part is that we are only around 300 miles from San Diego. This morning we lost two more … Continue reading

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Day 12 of almost home

Twelve days ago we began our cross country motorcycle ride from Key West to San Diego. We are now in Douglas, Arizona, staying at a respectable historic hotel. Things are looking up in all manner. The scenery. We left Texas … Continue reading

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Day 11 of 14

The town was named for the nearby Sierra Blanca Mountains, which were named for the white poppies which grew on them (sierra blanca is Spanish for “white range”). Today is our last day in Texas. Last night it was still … Continue reading

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Key west to San Diego pictures

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Day 10 of 14 Key West to asan Diego Ride

Some of our riders appear to already be smelling the barn; even though said barn is still 5 days away. Today we rode our motorcycles from Eage Pass to Big Bend, Texas. On a scale of Do gooder, follow the … Continue reading

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Day 9 of 14

I arrived in Eagle Pass and can clearly see Mexico. Eagle Pass was the first American settlement on the Rio Grande. Originally known as Camp Eagle Pass, it served as a temporary outpost for the Texas militia, which had been … Continue reading

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Day 8

One week ago we left mile zero at key west. Today we are in South Padre Island, Texas for the night. Our ride started in Corpus Christ, Texas, about 336 miles ago. I am the first to arrive at the … Continue reading

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