As my skill and confidence grew in the autumn of 2008, the motorcycle replaced my car as my primary means of transportation. I took it whenever I could. I rode from Pennsylvania to Vermont on a Friday, gave a talk Saturday morning, then rode home.
I also began to go on longer and more challenging weekend fun rides, blending my love of motorcycling and photography. To do this, I had to add a GPS to the bike. This enabled me to build very complex routes, picking interesting twisty roads from mapping software.
Here are a few photos from these rides:
The Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania
Fallingwater, the Frank Lloyd Wright House
The Flight 93 Memorial in Western Pennsylvania
Harper's Ferry, West Virginia
The Peach Orchard at the Gettysburg Battlefield
Somerset County, Pennsylvania
Franklin County, Pennsylvania
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania