Last thing you want to see on a motorcycle road trip

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When I last left you I was in death valley. From there I headed up through Nevada and on to Reno. My whole goal was to avoid Mt. Shasta on I5 and make it into Klamath falls to see family.

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Unfortunately for me, the Sierras were hit with a major winter storm and snow happened from Sequoia all the way up to Washington. Turned out every road I could possibly take to get back to Portland looked like this one, even if I went way out of my way and avoided Klamath.

So, I had to go for it. What other option did I have? Here’s a clue:

De-hance!

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De-hance!

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De-hance!

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Enhance!

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Ended up storing the bike in Reno and renting this. Magically (see what I did there? Because warlock? Ha ha), I didn’t drink a bunch of bud light, start wearing wife beaters, or hit my girlfriend. It was actually a bare bones rental spec, but it had 4wd and did just fine.

Side note, heated insoles are the best thing ever.

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