"Ever dream of mixing cultures via a motorcycle trip? ... Read about riding a British motorcycle while touring in Scotland and capping off the day's ride with a Guinness."
Whoa! Talk about a wide range of cultures! You rode a British motorcycle in a part of Britain and drank a beer brewed in what used to be part of Britain. How were you able to adapt to the culture shock? That's like going from Newfoundland, to the Amazon, to Saudi Arabia.
Great article, I'd love to retire to the Highlands, live in a nice stone hut with my dogs and a bonnie lass with an accent so thick I can't understand a word she says....porrige and tea for breakfast, whiskey and Haggis or salmon for dinner......
Old series 1 Landy in the barn, nice Tiger for riding out to count the sheep......
What was it like? Travelling away from and back to the blue dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind; a journey into a wondrous land whose boundaries are that of imagination and where massive deficit spending is no barrier!
As a fellow Evansville resident, it's good to see hometown boy Dennis out and about somewhere other than a classic car show, not that I don't attend my share of car shows. I didn't know Dennis was such an avid motorcyclist, so my appreciation of his shows just went up a notch.
I just wish you could have captured some pics of Dennis with the mustache curled up and blowing in the wind! Now that would be a culture shock for Scotland!
I've seen the light, now I drink Speyburn Highland Single Malt....
Off work now, headin' up to see my lassie, I love bagpipes. With my heritage painting myself blue and dancing naked around rocks is just a night out with the lads..
Far as lynchin'....I've got my 1918 SMLE mk 111 for distance, a beater Remington double barrel for close up and a repro Spatha for face to face. If they can get through all that and the dogs I guess I've got it comming LOL