Wanda Corbin on The Journey Home
Monthly Archives: October 2013
This country is vast. Riding to the West Coast on I-40/Route 66 all the way to Cali and riding home on I-10 from Cali to Daytona truly illustrates just how big America truly is. This is my 5th season to wrap up … Continue reading
The return to lush greenery. This leg of the journey saw a transformation from the high desert to lush greenery. Coming out of the desert into the Texas Hill Country is amazing. During the descent from the high desert shrubs and trees begin … Continue reading
Rain. For the second day in a row the riding conditions were less than ideal. At 7 am the temp was 48 degrees with heavy rain falling. Thought perhaps an hour would make a difference so I poured another cup of coffee. I should have … Continue reading
A long deceased friend of mine, Don Davis of Don Davis Aviation in Henderson, Kentucky was a light aircraft avaitor. Back in the day he and his wife Jo were barnstormers. They flew their byplane from town to town giving the locals rides … Continue reading
There comes a time in every long distance tour when your thoughts turn to home. Looking at my maps while eating yet another hotel breakfast was that time. Good weather forecast for the day and a full tank of fuel in the Kymco … Continue reading
And the setting sun gathers all the colors of the sky and slips away as a sign of a day well lived by the Universe…and me.