Here we are sheltering in place and working on maintaining our mental health along with our physical health. I am struggling to find a way to make weeding my front and back yards sound interesting and exciting. Our vehicles are all as clean as they were when they were delivered new. Nothing interesting there. I am positive you don’t need my tips on washing a vehicle. All my tires are maintaining their pressures as I am keeping a close eye on them hoping that some day we may be able use them once again. Been moving them around since I don’t wanna develop flat spots. I have developed quite an appreciation for the simple things in life like TOILET PAPER! I get so excited when I see shelves that actually have toilet paper on them not to mention paper towels. It’s the little things folks! What are the hoarders doing with all the toilet paper? They must be sick of eggs and chicken and the rest of the stuff they THINK they need. To get us through this time we need to maintain our sense of humor. As one of my friends in the club said when I asked how he was doing he replied that he had toilet paper and plenty of ammo! Now that is funny!
So, on to club business! Oh yeah, THERE ISN’T ANY! Looks as though this sheltering in place is helping in the fight against this virus. The numbers look pretty good for California so there is a tiny bit of light visible at the end of tunnel. All club activity has been suspended since 1 March. We just canceled the coast run for the end of this month and only time will tell if other events will also follow the same fate. All we can do is be patient and hope this ends when it is safe to do so.
So, everyone take care of yourselves and your loved ones. You have plenty of time to make sure your bike is ready for when we get the all clear to return to our normal lives, whatever that turns out to be. I look forward to seeing you all again in a club setting. Until then, everyone take care and be safe.
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