Glad you made it home safely and Happy Birthday! That was a privilege to have you both down here - you've set a bar and no one has an excuse not to come now lol. Next year, same place, make sure shock on Dave's bike is adjusted and fuel tuner is wrapped in the sealed plastic!The Canadians made it home today. Dave's bike broke down so one day we only made it 10 miles north. Turns out that he'd bottomed out a few times and cracked the fuel tuner housing. Water got in there and shorted it out. Took most of the day but the dealer in Ebensburg PA got it fixed and we made it the rest of the way without incident except for the constant rainy drizzle. As we approached the border the sun came out and we were smooth sailing the rest of the way home. Going to have to check his rear shock and adjust it. (Or he could go on a diet).
It was great to meet everyone and a special thanks to Toymaker for the guided tour. Everyone was so nice that Dave thought you were all Canadians. LOL!
You all have such nice bikes it was fun to check them out and see what everyone had done to theirs to make it their own. I turned 69 on Tuesday but Darksider has me beat by a long way. Hope I'm still riding at 80 and if I am I probably won't be as good as he is on that bike.
Thank you Keith and Oscar for putting this together. We had a great time!