08/04/19 – Update With Pictures

As I was organizing (I really am a very organized person) some of my notes and pictures from the trip, I came across these.


This was where we took the wrong turn (we didn’t get lost, we just were not where we wanted to be.  Don’t have any information about the area, just a beautiful view we came across near Marron Valley, BC.

It was so impress the Colonel wanted a picture, too.


We saw a lot of motorcycles on this trip.  See the lights to the left.  He didn’t appear to be lost.

When we crossed into the USA we wanted a picture of some kind of sign saying, “Welcome To The United States of America”.  We looked all around the boarder crossing area, and nothing.  This was our welcome home sign.  Pretty damn nice even if I do say, So.


As I’ve mentioned before, some of the best experiences when traveling are when you come across something that is not planned.  When I was growing up my Mother mentioned her trip to the west coast after finishing high school.  Something that impressed her most was the Grand Coulee Dam.  We just happened to be passing by; I can see how a young lady from northwest Arkansas would be impressed.



The Colonel was pretty impressed with the shade and a place to get out of the heat.


The next time I got the camera out was in Vernon, TEXAS.  This will go into my TEXAS Courthouse blog.  It’s the Wilbarger County Courthouse.


That’s it for now.  More later, Bud…

Author: Bud Campbell

I consider myself an Adventure Motorcycle Traveler with over 50 years riding experience. Been to all four corners of North America, and always thinking about my next ride / adventure. I have a stable full of motorcycles and check the adds and forums regularly for another one; however, limited space keeps me in check, so I only have five right now. Just started a new adventure by buying a Sidecar rig. Man, (and ladies) this is totally different. So different I thought it needed a blog all to itself. Might have to change my handle from Lowrider Bud to Sidecar Bud. I'll let ya'll know how it goes. Later, Bud...

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