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Something Wonderful: Dream Rangers

“We gotta go and never stop going till we get there.”
“Where we going, man?”
“I don’t know but we gotta go.”
— Jack Kerouac

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  • Montefrío September 19, 2018, 11:35 AM

    Lurker for a month or so, first comment.

    I’ve got a custom Kawasaki 650 on my porch, I’m 72 years old, have been afraid to ride it for fear of a fall and a broken hip, but now… Thanks, man! This bike has been from northern Alaska to Ushuaia at the the tip of South America, I’ve got an Iron Butt thousand-mile patch siting on my bookcase but never sewn on to the ol’ leather jacket, but my kids keep telling me to grow up, I’m a geez, good for nuthin’ except baby-sitting and providing an inheritance and all of a sudden…


    Thanks so much for this site!

  • azlibertarian September 19, 2018, 11:45 AM

    I sometimes tease my wife that when I retire, I’m going to buy matching Harleys and we’ll go touring around. She’ll hear nothing of it, and frankly I’m not into bikes at all….I’m just teasing her. But I have heard that riding a bike offers the same feeling of complete freedom as flying a small plane does, only without leaving the ground.

    Perhaps off topic, but I think I’ve seen this movie before…….

  • Mary Ann September 19, 2018, 8:18 PM

    I tear up every time this video comes around.
    My husband made the same joke about buying Harleys.

  • Jack September 20, 2018, 7:07 AM

    Very inspiring and I think about doing this kind of thing all the time but my wife will leave me if I do. Says she doesn’t intend to spend the remainder of my life doctoring road rash or pouring soup into my mouth as I drool my life away after a motorcycle wreck.

    So, I have a small two seater convertible with 4 wheels vs two.

  • JiminAlaska September 20, 2018, 9:00 AM

    Turning 80 the first of October, bought a 1974 Balboa 26 sail boat this summer. Should have it ocean worthy before I hit 82.

    A run from Prince William Sound to Japan’s Seto Inland Sea crossed my mind, but naw, I wouldn’t even have tried that when I was 20….

    -or on second thought, I probably was dumb enough to back then.

  • billrla September 22, 2018, 8:37 AM

    What is it about driving motorcylces and cars into salt water? It’s not a good idea. The salt and sand will wreck your gear. Sheesh.