Well if you all read my other post (Telling the Rents) I did just that. Of course they are about 500 miles from me. They live up in NY, I'm down in VA now. I left on Thuresday at about 6 am. I got into NY and hung out with my cusion for a few, around 4:30. Not bad. Had a bit of rain. I got about 52 MPG, on the way up and back. Finaly I relax enought and go up to the parents place. Went a lot better then I thought, Dad ask if it was a 1000 or 1300cc. When I told him it was a 600 he got a gave me a weird look, mom thought it was brand spaking new. Even after a 500 mile trip. I got to ride some great roads up by me that are so much more fun on the bike then I ever thought and I didn't even get to some of the better roads.
As the weekend progressed along I did some riding. Whats better I came back with FREE GEAR.
Dad and mom used to ride. now have 3 leather jackets, One pair of leather pants, and a full rain suite. All stuff that dad used to wear that he doesn't any more we are about the same size. Everthing is a bit older, the jackets have no armor but they appear to be really tought leather. The pants Are kind of thin, but I'm guessing offer just a bit more protection then Jeans.
All and all is was a great trip. I was not as unconftorable riding the bike as I thought I would be from what everyone else had said.
And now some pic's from where from the trip.
These are pretty much in the catskills.
The Stone Arch Bridge.
The start of 55 I think. Nickname Snake Road.
This pic, is up by the Villa Roma, Country Club.
This pic is up by Tennanah Lake. Exit route 17 at Roscoe and follow signs Its a fun road.
This is by the Neversink Reservoir.