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Carl Levin

I have been riding since 1957 and have probably close to 800,000 miles in the saddle. I like to take photos of landscapes I see in my travels.(check out my website) I am a semi-retired Master Plumber and still keep active in order to keep my body in good shape. I am active in several Masonic groups and with LULU Shriners.

Part 3: The Final Leg Home

Part 3 – The Final Leg Home August 22: It rained last night and on and off for most of the day. I visited Mesa Verde where I took a lot of pictures (Figures 1, 2, 3 below). It is an amazing place and very beautiful. I was headed for Zion National park, but my map was wrong, so when I saw a sign for Grand Canyon, North Side, I headed for it along Rt. 98A. Continue reading

Part 2: Grand Tetons to Durango, CO

Part 2: Grand Tetons to Durango, CO, Sunday, August 11: I rode through The Grand Tetons National Park (Fig. 1) by way of Rt. 26 and was captivated by the beauty of this mountain range. I followed Rt. 26 into Jackson Hole, WY and visited some historic sites, then took Rts. 22 and 33 to Rt. 28, also known as the Nez Peerce trail and later called the Sacajawea Highway which ends in Salmon, ID at Rt. 93. Continue reading

My 2012 Cross Country Trip 11,217 Miles in 30 Days

I call my motorcycles my Valium because of the way riding relaxes me and clears my mind. I started riding when I was 15 and my first bike was an old Indian that kept me broke just to keep it running. I have always loved the outdoors and they are much more enjoyable on a bike instead of in a car. You see things that you normally would not due to fewer distractions. You also meet some of the greatest people through riding and I have friends in other countries and states because of that. Continue reading
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