Paul, perhaps you should ride your cycle down here.We have a couple of people in our church who love bikes too.I sure hope you can make it.The pictures are indeed beautiful.Alyce
alycelee,Your very gracious Pastor is working with me on a date. My fall is pretty full or at least as full as a guy my age likes and we're still trying.I assure you though...no one wants to see me looking the way I look on a bike. I'd run off any people wanting to attend by sheer fear of such a wild looking motorcycle rider. Wouln't be good for any hopes of a good meeting. :)
Pastor Paul, I loved your pictures, especially of the light streaming through the trees on the road. Could I have permission to use that one on one of our DVD projects? The projects are about Christian faith and the picture just touches me.
Cheryl;You may use any picture of your choosing. I will be delighted to see it a part of your ministry. By the way, the picture could not capture that moment...but it's close.
Wow. I'm kind of partial to the Blue Ridge Mountains myself, but that picture with the fog lifting was just gorgeous. Looks like you had good weather. And a good time. I guess that's your brother in law in the picture? Are you on a similar bike? The only motorcycle I ever owned was a Yamaha 150 when I was in high school. It got me back and forth to school, around town, and to work, but I always had a desire to acquire something a little bigger. Maybe when I retire, I'll pursue it.
Paul,Amazing pictures! I bet you had a great trip. It looks like you should be refreshed in your very soul.Blessings.Art
Lee and Art,Refreshed and ready to go again. I'm going to put up a few more pictures on the next post [I took 61] and will show Fred, my brother-in-law up close. Nice guy and a great motorcycle buddy.
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