Saturday

Hold On

The new posting will be late. I can't say when it will be posted since I just moved from the Midwest to NY to attend graduate school (creative nonfiction at Sarah Lawrence College).

I will do my best to get something posted soon, but I'm pretty overloaded with orientation and a move across the country.

Thanks for being loyal readers. I'll keep you posted on what is happening.

cls

16 comments:

Aditya said...

I happened to stumble upon your blog whilst searching for some motorcycle related info and I must say, it was so interesting that I read all your posts at a stretch - I will be looking forward to your next post.

I would buy such a book at once if you were to publish it. Regards, Adi.

Anonymous said...

As a traveler myself and never a tourist, I enjoyed your story. I have been a two wheel rider for 45 years. Is the follow up story out yet?
Jerry D Welsh
bajajchetak@hotmail.com

Rahul said...

I do enjoy reading your blog.In fact i have discovered ur blog just a few days back and i read it whenever i get time off my work .Its actually nice to see india through your prospective :)

shy said...

I was looking for stories about people bycicling across India, and I found your story. Most amazing. I was touched. What happened? Why the abrupt end? Please post more stories. Good job.

. said...

been waiting for too long now, please do something fast and get us your next chapter :-)

meilaushi said...

Excellent travelogue. I'd love to purchase the book when it comes out... trust it will be a lot longer than the neat story so far!

identity crisis said...

hi... i'm from bangalore and have been planning a ride thru the length n breadth of india... juss couldnt con other ppl to join but after reading about your experience, i think i can do it alone... waiting to read about the rest of ur trip. cheers.
sid.

LADY1RIDAH said...

wow. so sad to leave us hanging. hope all is well with you. awesome potential. but not if you don't come back to end it with us. a book. follow up. something.

Biker BT said...

Nice blog...and rightly said the best way to discover a place is with a motorbike- a Bullet the better! :-)

Thump ON.

BT.

Chetan said...

Looking forward for more on your Travel Experiences.
-Chetan

Baron's Life said...

HI,
I just read your entire blog and can't wait for the next chapter.
Keep up the good work.
Well Done
http://baronsview.blogspot.com

Grandma Honey said...

OK it is Nov. 2008. Ruth Cash-Smith told me about this site. Please e mail when the book comes out.
Here is a little laugh for you:
I bought my bike at Christmas 2004. The weather did not permit me to ride it in IL. So in March my husband and I loaded it on a trailer drove it to Daytona Beach for Bike Week with only 15 riding miles under my belt. On Monday morning we unloaded our bikes, went to a restaurant to eat breakfast. Then we headed off to Tampa to see my elderly aunt. We rode down all the busy 4 lane interstates through Orlando and on to Tampa. But before the madden voyage the first thing I did at the restaurant was forgot to straighten the front wheel before taking off. As you can guess it went down very slowly like in slow motion. There I was bundled up like the Michelin tire man (it was cold) rolling across the parking lot. I am not a small lady as I weight over 250. My embracement cannot be described. Well to make a long story short I am now 58 and have put over 17,000 miles on my Yamaha. I am now alone after 33 years of marriage and want to load up and go see things on my time table while I still can. I plan to do this in the summer of 2009.

Hope said...

A friend of mine forwarded this link to me yesterday. I read all your posts at a stretch as it was really intriguing. I was glued to my computer till i finished the last word. I am really looking forward to your next post. I am sure your book will be a huge hit

5 unit tape said...

Fabulous reminiscences, thanks very much for sharing. I'm off on a 3 week tour of Rajasthan on a Royal Enfield Bullet in 4 weeks time, this has set me up for the adventure. Regards = Larry +

C.L. Stambush said...

Hey, Larry... don't know if you've made your journey or not. Let me know when it's over and how it went for you. I'm anxious to hear your story.

cls

killervkrm said...

i happened to come upon your blog while looking for motorcycle related adventure thanks for sharing your adventures with us hopping to get your book soon...:)