Miss brittney and I had a blast riding the thirty seven West to sturgis. We left at eight and rose through the night it was about fifty degrees out. The motor was tuning great and we were taking our time with no sense Of urgency. We ran into a problem about eighty miles from sturgis when we ran out of gas. There is a real lack of card reading gas pumps and twenty four hour gas stations in this state. We ended up pushing the bike to the side of the road and sleeping in the ditch until our dear friends Gina and billy showed up with two gallons of gas for us. It was fun sleeping in a ditch in the middle of nowhere for a few hours but I wouldn't want to do it all the time
Miss brittney and I spent the day servicing the thirty seven. I put the muffler I made for it on and an awesome old buddy seat I bought from les white when I was nineteen. This bike rules. We will be at the horse show at the full throttle saloon tomorrow riding around on Tuesday and at the Matt Olsen old bike ride at the thunderdome on Wednesday. Come and hang out if you have the time.
My dad. Jesse an brittney pulled the 52 truck and the 17 Model t roadster out of storage this morning. My parents drove the model t when they got married thirty years ago. Bee are going to have a friend sort it out and get it going so brittney and I can drive it our wedding It was the first car that my dad restored with his dad when he was sixteen. The truck is so cool. My dad built it in seventy five when he lived in California. Bit was painted by Jim Davis who worked with big daddy Roth. My dad used to pik me up from kindergarten and first grade in this truck and it was the coolest vehicle in town. I think this was due to the color and paint job more than the truck itself. Haha