Tri Glide Seniors

2 Seniors touring the country on a 2015 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra

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State Park Challenge

This is a challenge by our HOG chapter to see how many state parks we can visit.

Slide Rock State Park

Red Rock State Park is South of Sedona and Slide Rock is North of Sedona.  The  road from the I-17 up to Flagstaff is a very scenic ride. Minnie took some pictures of us going thru Oak Creek and coming… Continue Reading →

Red Rock state Park

Minnie and I have not been here before. It was a pleasant surprise for both of us.  It is a little bit of a drive off 89-A on the way to Sedona, AZ.  We enjoyed the ride.  When we got… Continue Reading →

Fort Verde AZ State Historic park

  This is a of what remains of Fort Verde.  The fort was a base for Indian scouts and soldiers. There are four of the original buildings still standing.  It is kept up well.  They have some interesting things to… Continue Reading →

Arizona Northern State Parks

Minnie and I are able to get someone to house sit and feed our dogs for us so we can finish our HOG state park challenge.  We are going to spend about a week to visit 11 more state parks… Continue Reading →

Our H.O.G. group had come up with a challenge for it members. The challenge is to see how many Arizona state parks you can visit on your bike in 2016. You must verify that you were there by having you… Continue Reading →

2-24-2016 This trip was to Lost Dutchman State park and to Boyce Thompson Arboretum State park. And the we took the long way home and had lunch at the Old Pueblo in Florence, AZ. You can’t tell by our faces… Continue Reading →

April 11-12, 2016. This was a two-day ride. When we first started planning this ride the weather was turning warmer. As the time was getting closer for us to leave the temperature was dropping and looking like rain in that part… Continue Reading →

Western Arizona State Parks

This was our Western Arizona State Park run. We went to Yuma, AZ first and saw the Yuma Territorial Prison.  Minnie and I had both been there years ago. They have done a lot of work around this area and… Continue Reading →

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