Due to this major shift in direction, I
needed to prepare the bikes for the new route and some of the bigger
maintenance on both bikes needed to be done before entering Mexico.
There were also a few items which appeared to be worn out but as long
as we were in “civilized” country with BMW and Suzuki dealers
always nearby, there was no sense of urgency to fix those as long as we rode in the US.
Our next stop was in Yuma where we got
invited a long time ago by Doug and Darian – Thank you VERY much!
We stayed at their other trailer. An excellent practice for
the upcoming tiny house lifestyle :D Doug also served as a mail hub since he
had an important letter for me from Rudi (Thanks Rudi).
The required maintenance on both bikes
plus the required repair on my bike caused once more a little bit of
thinking, logistics and arrangements. We decided not to do any repair
at Doug's place instead waited for Phoenix where we got invited by
people via the ADVrider tent space page. It seemed that once I start
working on the bike I can take care of several issues in parallel.
Once the Beemer would be ready I'd start with the Suzi.
|Play and food break on our way to Yuma.|
|"Home" for the next few days.|
|We all loved it and my kiddo was all excited :D|
|Wow! They do not maintain the river beds and ATV trails - how disappointing ;p|
|Sure! Remember, I felt really young when going grocery shopping. Maybe this tiny bump could cause a heart failure, better be sure and put up a sign!|
|Really cool sand dunes and this time the temperature was perfect for a hike (compared to Africa).|
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