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Old 17th March 2016
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Today was a gathering Paperwork kind of day. I had to e-mail copies of my last two tax returns, plus a copy of my Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and I also had to write a Letter of Explanation about why I filed for Bankruptcy. I got all the paperwork together, and got a very helpful Librarian to help me scan and attach 8 pages to an e-mail back to the Mortgage guy. We spoke a bit this morning, and he seems to think it will happen, but heís not making any promises. He also went over what I can expect the mortgage to run on a monthly basis. I can pay it, but Iíll be looking for a room mate. If I have to live there alone, I wonít be doing very much traveling.

In the meantime, I took pictures of the turn signals and the wheels with the tires mounted. I keep telling people that you canít really see much change, yet they want pictures, so Iíll try to attach them. You can see the NoMar in the photo of the wheels. It doesn't work nearly as well when it's not bolted to the floor. but it's still better than having to kneel on concrete and levering tires on the rim.

Iím still going to Tennessee and Georgia for the rally on April 1-3, and Iíll still visit with my Sister and Brother in law. What Iím doing after that depends on what the mortgage guy has to say after the underwriters look at my financial info. If it looks like a Go, then my travel will be severely curtailed for this year. If I get a thumbs down, then Iíll be looking at the best routes to all the places I want to see.

As I said in my last Snippet, itís a Win/Win kind of situation. If I get the mortgage, I win; but I wonít be doing many long rides. If I donít get a mortgage, then I win and get to travel far and wide; but I wonít have my own home. At least for this year. Next year, my credit will be a bit better, and the probability of getting approved for a mortgage will be higher, but Iím not going to project too far into the future.

On a more negative note, the weather forecast is for a foot of snow this Sunday night and Monday.





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A Bad Influence Revisited


Iíve had a number of people tell me that they enjoy reading these Snippets. They get to see the world through my eyes as I stagger around and report my thoughts and impressions. Every time I start thinking that people on a particular forum must be getting tire of my posts, somebody will pop up and tell me how much he likes reading them.

A while back, I wrote a Snippet about somebodyís spouse who was accusing me of leading him astray. After years of relaxing domesticity, my Snippets were causing him to spontaneously go hundreds of miles away for no particular reason, or at best, a trivial one. It really ticked me off. I am in no way, shape or form responsible for anybody elseís actions.

This week, I was hit with quite a different reaction. I wrote about being smitten by a house thatís for sale, and that I might be able to buy it. I had someone come back and accuse me of all kinds of things. Being schitzy; not being realistic, that I was going to go broke trying to pay the mortgage, and a whole lot more. The basic thing was that he felt betrayed. Iím supposed to be a tramp, and to want to buy a house is contrary to that and Iím letting everybody down who reads these Snippets.

If any of you feel that way, Iím sorry. For you. These little essays are reflections of what goes on in my head. Nowhere is it written that I can never try to do something different from what Iíve been doing.

Before my Heart Valve Replacement surgery, I had a nice little ranch house with a wonderful garage. My wife and I separated just before the surgery, and between the loss of her income and my inability to work for months after the surgery, I fell way behind in my debts. Eventually, even though I went back to work and was working seven days a week, I couldnít dig myself out of the financial hole I was in. The Mortgage company foreclosed and I had to file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. It hurt me real bad. I felt that Iíd had my one shot at having my dream home, and it was gone.

Now, I have an opportunity to get another house. I donít know if I can get a mortgage; itís only been 3 years since I filed Chapter 7. I donít know if Iíll get approved for enough to buy the house. And, I donít know if I really even want that house. I havenít been inside yet; it might be a nightmare that needs truckloads of money thrown at it to make it livable. But Iím going to try. I have nothing to lose by trying.

And, Yes; if I get the house, my tramping will be on the back burner for a while. If this bothers you, I suggest that you just Deal with it. This is my life. I live by my own rules. I donít hurt anybody intentionally, and I try to help people when I can. But Iíll be damned if Iíll live to satisfy somebody elseís expectations.
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Oh, what the hell, do what you want if you can, and it sounds as if you will : ) I do enjoy reading your snippets. I do admit that I have wished to be on the road more like you, and I was rooting for you to get the Ironhead straightened out while in Oz. You do seem to vacillate between things at times, and when facing decisions such as you have been making, that's rational; you just commit your thought process for others to follow, and that's part of what makes them enjoyable to read! It sure beats paralysis. You do have me thinking more about my own life course, which is an asset for me. This sounds a bit bizarre, but I realize that part of me has been waiting for my mother to die. I have spent forty years traveling back and forth to Tennessee because I was the one in the family that relocated. I loved seeing the older members of the family when I went (when I shook free to do that). Now, my mother's 90 year old brother died two years ago. I always respected him. He served in the Navy on a destroyer in World War II, was intelligent and gracious, and on the rare times I saw him, I always felt enriched. Mom's 84 year old brother died in a road accident last month. He was on his way to work, and this man was a hoot. Sometimes he simply looked at me and grinned and I would crack up laughing. Mom? She was often a twisted mess. She's 87 and still is. I don't go down to see her any more, I go to see my autistic brother, whom I love, and my older sister, who has been the hedge that has kept our mother afloat. Sis, I love much as well. She and said brother have visited me, but not for years because they're afraid to leave mom "alone". If I want to see them, I must go back to that one single place. The farthest I've gotten on a bike in years is Wisconsin, so yes, I sure do enjoy your posts.
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Crusty - Ignore the idiots & follow whatever your passion is.
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Whether they'll be about your travels, fixing up the bike, or buying & fixing up the house. Best of luck to you!
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What a Long, Strange Trip Itís Been


On May 14 last year, I left my apartment around 8:00 AM, rode over to my Storage garage and left the last items that I was going to store there. I then climbed on my bike and set out in a direction I hadnít been planning on to begin my Great Adventure.

I look back to that start as significant. I had been planning on riding down to the Mass. Turnpike; instead, I spontaneously went west on the Mohawk Trail. I did not want any constraints placed on my traveling, other than those required for my health. Thatís pretty much how the past 10 months have gone.

Iíve seen indescribable beauty, Iíve visited old friends, made new friends, been disappointed and found unexpected joys. I traveled in 44 US states and flew to Australia for three months. I saw exciting races with photo finishes, ate some great meals and spent more time in McDonaldís than I care to admit (usually writing Snippets).Iíve had Big Horn Sheep walk beside me, deer almost walk into my tent and an armadillo ran through my campsite. I ate Beignets and drank Chicory coffee at the Cafe du Monde. I met a waitress in Iowa who captured my heart, and I donít even know why. Iíve had friends that I didnít know I had as well as some I did know cough up cash so I could go to Australia. I had people welcome me warmly and I wore out my welcome with a couple of other folks. I said Good Bye to a friend whoís drinking himself to death. I saw my old Sportster, that Iíd lovingly built in the mid 90s as a rusted, corroded hulk after being left out in the salt air for ten years or so. I got it cleaned up to the point that I got it to start and run which was pretty neat.

Now, Iím preparing to start out again. Next week, Iím heading out for Tennessee to see Vern and put my freshly painted Custom gas tank on the Roadster. From there, Iím heading for Suches, Georgia for a Buell enthusiastís rally. After the rally, Iím going to visit with my sister and her husband in North Carolina, then head back up to Massachusetts.

In May, the next phase will begin. I have more places to visit than I can possibly get to on the list, which is the way it should be. I hope to chalk off the four contiguous States that I didnít get to last summer, and I plan to get up into Canada and see the Canadian Rockies and a bunch of other people and places.

As far as the house I was smitten by goes, I got the word today that I canít get a mortgage big enough to buy it. The most Iíll get is still 15 grand too little. Brian, the guy I was dealing with, said that the best plan is to save up for a year, then try again next year. My credit will be better, and my savings will be the down payment. That makes sense to me. Itís a bit of a disappointment, but itís not a tragedy.

In the meantime, yesterday was the first day of Spring. Summerís Coming!
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A house was not meant to be for now. Enjoy the riding, wish I could head out too! Got some stuff to sort out and then if it works out I'll make some trips!
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A Belt And A Burger



I have to put the new belt and sprocket on the Roadster. I was hoping to wait until I got back from Georgia, but I think the prudent thing to do is take care of it now. The reason I was wanting to wait is because I donít want to change the wheels yet. I want to wear the tires down that are on the spoke wheels, then put the cast wheels with the new tires on, along with the new sprocket and belt at the same time.
However, yesterday was warm and I went by the quarter car wash and cleaned the bike. Since the temp was around 62ļ F (16 C), I spent some time going over the bike with an ďUltra Absorbent Drying TowelĒ. As I was cleaning the belt guard, I was also looking at the belt, and itís looking pretty rough. The sprocket thatís on the bike really looks clapped out, so I can either change out the belt and sprocket now, and keep the steel wheels on until the tires wear down, or change out the wheels altogether. Since Iím going to be covering a lot of territory once I head out at the end of May, I want to start out with fresh tires and hopefully theyíll last until I get back here to Taxachusetts in late July or early August. So, Iím going to swap just the belt & sprocket for now. When I put the cast wheels on in May, Iíll take the sprocket off the steel wheel and put it on the cast wheel. It really isnít that much more work.

This weekend, I need to call Vern and find out which day next week would be best for me to arrive. It wonít take very long to swap the gas tanks over, and I know the BBQ is going to be on Thursday evening, but Iíd also like to ride some of the good roads in the area. I donít know if people are planning to ride to Suches in a group, or if weíre all on our own. I usually prefer to ride solo, but it might be fun to travel with a group for a change. Iíll give him a call and see how things look before making any concrete plans.

Thatís about it for now. Iím going to go by the Supermarket and get some Cheddar cheese, Potato rolls and an onion to sauteí in butter. A really good cheeseburger with onions fried in butter and seasoned roasted Yukon Gold spuds for supper sounds quite tasty to me.
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Oscillations, Vacillations and Mental MasÖ Uh; Never Mind


First off; I hope each and every one of you has a wonderful Easter Sunday. Even if youíre not Christian, I hope the day is full of love and joy for you and your loved ones.

The weather was nice today. It wasnít that warm, only about 50ļ (F) or so, but it was nice in the sun. And there was plenty of sun. I started to change out the belt and sprocket, but once I had the exhaust and belt guard off, I got a good look at the belt, and Iíve decided to wait until after I get back from Georgia and then Iíll change the wheels as well as the belt and sprocket. I know that Iím tempting Fate, but Iím going to gamble that itíll last that long. If it doesnít, then I only have myself to blame.

I retrieved the tent, pad and sleeping bag from storage. I stopped at a laundromat and washed the sleeping bag and pillow. Looking at the bike with the gear loaded kind of gave me a little thrill of anticipation. Even without bags on the bike, she looks like sheís ready to put on some miles. I stopped at an Auto Zone and bought three quarts of oil and a filter. Tomorrow, Iím going to the quarter car wash and change the oil. Then, Iíll wash the bike. Thereís a place just up the street from the car wash that takes waste oil (they have a waste oil heater), so Iíll bring the jug of used oil there.

After Iím done with that, Iíll come back to the apartment and broil a Rib Eye. I got a 12 oz beauty of a steak on my way home today, and itís going to be my Easter Dinner.

I am really looking forward to this trip. It should really be a fun time.

Right now, Iím kind of glad that the house didnít come through. I still want my own house, but Iím not quite ready to settle. I think. Aw hell; if the mortgage did come through, Iíd be every bit as excited about that, and Iíd be glad I wasnít traveling. Maybe Iím just a bit schizophrenic. I want both things simultaneously. Well; I canít have both, so Iíll just tramp around for the time being. If Iím meant to have a house, the right house will come along at the right time. This isnít the right time; thatís all.

Oh; Sam, whoever you are, Thank You once again. I will find out who you are eventually. Iím just biding my time.
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