Thursday, June 30, 2016

QUAKING ASPEN (pt.3)







Fish brought out one of the few remaining 4 1/2 year old bottles of his Apple Pie Moonshine to toast our dear friend Arturo who passed away June 20th. He wouldn't have been able to make this trip as he was set to sail out to sea on the 21st., but he'll now travel with us on every trip we make in our heart and memories. Love you Arturo!






Random photography from the QUAKING ASPEN MOTO CAMPOUT

The freedom to get out of the city and go put to use what motorcycles where meant to be used for, beautiful scenery, escaping the endless congestion of city traffic, and feeling the winds across your face (even if it's 100 degrees through the hell of Bakersfield, it's better than the parking lots of Los Angeles). You don't have to have a product to sell or overpriced food vendors to visit, when you've got whispering pines to tell you stories of their existence amongst the clouds, good friends, and a cooler full of ice cold beverages. Doing this isn't rocket science. Put it together, make it happen.

~ DIY ~


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