There he could combine his interests in motorcycles and photography.
This event had all sorts of special motorcycles, many vintage or antique. --All beloved, and many of them jazzed up in one way or another.
This one had a lot of work and detail put into it, to be sure
...And this one had high-tech additions to stay connected while on the road.
But this one is much more my style... Jazzy, a little bling, but still sleek and sophisticated...
Hubby, having ridden motorcycles when younger, and the prince could talk clutches, starters, CCs, and "monoshocks." I could say things like, "This one looks cool."
|This was a German model from the mid 1930s. Hard to|
imagine it existed years before the one Steve McQueen
zipped around on to evade the Germans in one
of our family's favorites, The Great Escape.
I have always thought that's who most guys
on bikes want to be... If not, maybe they should. ;-)
All 3 of us had fun, looking at the bikes, and spending the day together.
A lot of the attendees arrived by motorcycle. I thought Prince Stoic probably wished he brought his own Honda cafe racer to park amongst the rest, instead of arriving in his mother's 4-wheeled Honda vehicle instead.
that might've been a little cold and shaky on the freeway!
We finished our Portland visit at the Flying Pie, where Prince Stoic chose the exact same pizza types we'd shared with his sister and brother-in-law, and we sat at the same table! Seems like the definite makings of a tradition.