The times they are a changing’.

Thankfully it’s that time of year when the weather is starting to change on the west coast of Canada and we are seeing more sun.

Although we are experiencing a bit of a snow squall (really Mother Nature? One last kick at the door obviously) and the weather is a tad cold still, it has shown the traditional signs that spring is around the corner.

Robins are arriving and patrolling the yards in carpets on the hunt for food. The stellar jays are getting cheeky and Flickers are drumming on the light standards announcing mating season.

As per my usual planning methods, I did a thing – meaning purchased a new bike over the winter season. I haven’t an idea why I continue to do this – and this is ab out the 3rd time I’ve done it. Meaning, I buy a new bike over the winter and it sits in the garage and taunts me. Picture it. New bike – garbage and snowy/rainy/crappy weather outside. Torture, I tell you.

2022 Heritage Softail Classic

But I digress.

Today I was able to take her out for a ride. Oh the joy. I loved ever minute of it. Ian finding in my advancing years that all i want to do is ride my bike. Simple really. Unfortunately sometimes life gets in the way.

April 2, 2023 – Ride to Taylor Flats on Vancouver Island


  1. Oh I know exactly what you mean!
    ….can you believe that earlier this year I nearly sold my Heritage Classic…????😱😱
    Then I went out and rode her again…nah, silly idea, she’s staying!!!🙃🙃🙃

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