So in keeping with the trend of visiting old friends, we left El Cajon and our plan for Friday was to visit an old friend who I used to work with at Harley Davidson Of Lakewood. James lives in an absolutely beautiful and charming smaller town northeast of San Diego called Ramona. Nestled in some rocky mountains the town has fantastic weather year round and scenery that is quite different from what we're used to.Again, we weren't going to meet with James until later afternoon, so he suggested that we take a ride to a little town 20 minutes north of him called Julian. It's an old mining town and now it attracts tourists and many bikers. It's made up of some very old shops and between shopping and eating you can easily spend a nice afternoon there. The road from Ramona to Julian is another of those winding, climbing, twisty turny kind of roads that any biker would love. It amazes me that there are so many of these great roads all over the country. It seems that everywhere we go, we can find one of these roads that I love and Faith moans about.
Getting closer to "home" and I'm thinking maybe Monday evening we should get there.