There is something about a southern rain that can't be explained. A southern rain has the power to cleanse the soul. Unlike a drizzle or a light rain, a southern rain is a deluge. After a southern rain, it seems the world has changed. The air is lighter the dust is gone. The world seems renewed. Many of the best parts of a motorcycle ride are waiting out the storm. Isn't it true with life; that sometimes it is the only thing we can do. To sit and wait out the storm; hey isn't there a song about that?
On a motorcycle you are encircled by these senses given from the world like a gift from God, they engulf you. You are no longer in a steel cocoon of a car, sealed off from the possibility of understanding the world. Again the best way to travel is on a motorcycle.
My travels are being done on a 1998 Heritage Softail Classic and a 2013 Electra Glide Classic. I have discovered that anywhere you can go on a Motorcycle can be a good place. It is the perspective of the ride that will make you a believer.
These are my small thoughts on the matter.
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