Originally Posted by Play Harder
Yesterday 70 - we don't like to tell anybody but I've been riding my trike since February for the last 3 years in a row now and while the Midwest and east got blasted w freezing temps- snow - WA broke every high temp record for the winter and very little rain - it's been a great sunny warm winter up here ---- but if anybody asks - it only Rains in Seattle 😜😜😜
Get out and Play Harder😛
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Your secret is safe with me. Youve had a nicer winter than us north Floridians. Please keep this between us.
I would love to see the Pacific North someday. Originally from New England and Canada, distant family ancestors went to CA during gold rush (long story) when G Grandfather was 3 years old; ended up in Inyo Co, then on to Florida at the end of the 19th century.
I suppose that family history has wetted my appetite for travel there and to see the land. I would love to spend time in the Sierra mountains, Inyo Co., as well as north CA and of course, to see the magnificent redwoods. Then get up to OR and WA and possibly into Canada before coming back. There is absolutely nothing holding me back, except motivation to get up and go.
I'm not sure I want to haul 9K# that far, and could cost close to $4K in fuel alone. I've considered a lighter camper for the trip, either on wheels or a truck camper. I have some ideas and would love to build a small trailer or truck camper from scratch.
I don't think fun is proportional to how much stuff you can bring along. There has to be places to see that having 55' of truck and trailer would be a hinderance.