Don't have to worry about me wanting to be safe on the motorcycle. I've instructed my husband numerous times about not passing unless it's absolutely necessary, making sure there's absolutely no one in the other lane if he does and keeping a good distance behind cars in front of him.<quoted text>
Be safe Carol. I gave up riding when I literally hit the road bouncing off the fender of someone who thought he could pass me in the same lane I was in and then took off. Riding to the ER with a broken right wrist took some doing but I managed to get there.
Happy treasure hunting also. A couple of weeks ago I was in a Goodwill store in Hadley Massachusetts and found a book from the Government Printing Office celebrating the centennial of the establishment of the seat of government in the District of Columbia. It was printed in 1901 which makes it 112 years old and it has many engravings and maps and lists all of the celebrations, parades and galas that marked the occasion. Price less than $10. It has a prominent place in my library.
He's safety conscientious too so, hopefully, we'll be okay. But there ARE crazy drivers out there and you always have to be on the lookout for them. I won't be riding with him that often.
But who knew we both shared the same love of thrift stores? Nucular doesn't know what he's missing.