2014 : The open road ahead

28 Dec

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At this time of year, I always look forward to the “clean sheet of paper” and the open road awaiting ahead. The picture shows one such image of the open road.(Plus a rare “selfie” of me, in the mirror, wearing skid lid) This one was taken in France, not far from the Chatauneuf-du-Pape vineyards. No, I was not riding at the time. I was parked at the roadside. If you enlarge the photo you will see a warning to self to ride on the right. We were doing huge daily mileages and tiredness easily confuses. This is dangerous at the best of times but fatal on a powerful motorcycle.
As a teaser, coming soon, the story of this eventful motorbike ride will be published via the web.Warm up your kindle! I shall notify it’s publishing closer to the time. I hope that regular followers to this blog will enjoy this new venture (pun intended for motorhome fans!) and some of the other books from Dinkum, about to be published!
There is a factual tale of renovation of derelict cottages in the midst of the credit crunch and how there is money to be made if you have the energy. An accompanying dramatization based on the actual, researched and documented history of the multitude of cottage dwellers and their lives going way back to 1882. A bit like Downton “Cottage”, LOL
There is another biker book too. (What…… more ?) A hopefully funny tale , based on real events of the early 1970’s.This is the coming of age story of a group of misfits. The accidents they had (none serious, I hasten to add) but most of all the shear FUN of growing up and the joy of life.
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