Yesterday was a very difficult driving day. Drove from Sulphur, LA to Walker, LA. Started out with very high winds whereby I had to hold the steering wheel very tightly with both hands. That was for an hour or more and I thought that if it continued I would have to pull over for the day. The extreme winds didn’t continue, however, it still was gusty for the rest of the driving.
The section of the I-10 was very rough also. RUFF RUFF RUFF !!! What a racket in the rig with all the dishes clanging and anything that moved was banging against something. Makes me wonder how these rigs stay put together !!
And then there was major Highway construction for miles and miles reducing the number of lanes. WOW, They sure do make those lanes narrow when they put those barriers up.
First stop was the Harley dealer in Lake Charles, LA. The smallest dealership that I’ve ever been into. No surprise that I came out of this one empty handed.
Lake Charles Harley Davidson
Next stop was the Harley dealer in Scott, LA. Much better ! Quite a nice store.
I wanted to get an oil change done on the bike. I had checked my records and realized I was WAY overdue. But without an appointment, they could not fit me in.
Got a new sign for the ‘garage’. Not sure where it’s going in there yet as there is already a lot of signage on the walls !! LOL
My GPS of yesterday was very busy – yes, even double sided !!!
By the time I landed in Walker, LA yesterday afternoon I was exhausted. I felt like a truck had run over me. That will happen when your neck and shoulders are so sore from gripping the wheel so tightly.
Ahhhh, On to today’s adventures with many stops planned.