Question for the three of you

Any reason for me not to post camping reviews to this journal, even if they're not taken on the motorcycle? 

I figure that since 99% of my camping is moto-camping, I can get away with sneaking in the few car camping trips I take, too.  Thoughts?  
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15 Responses to Question for the three of you

  1. Eric Fischer says:

    No objections from me!

  2. alison says:

    It’s your blog, yo!

  3. Ken Haylock says:

    C… c…. car?
    Who are you, and what have you done with Bluepoof? πŸ™‚

  4. leftside says:

    *shakes head*

  5. ...liz says:

    Have come across this blog several times and always enjoy your posts. Since most of your camp’g is moto, I say post away, or (and)come to BikerCamps and join our new forum. If you have great tips, camping spots, & rides to share, does it matter if every once in a while you arrive sans your bike.

  6. Viktor says:

    No! Its your blog and I will always enjoy your writing. With bikes or without πŸ™‚

  7. carolyn says:

    Hehe, OK, then. πŸ™‚
    Steve — actually, no, I don’t. But Peter has a pickup truck!

  8. Stephanie says:

    If I recall, you’ve only crossed hockey with motorcycling once, and it’s in that pic above. Why not add things? Your blog = your rules, silly.

  9. Eric Wampler says:

    I appreciate the reviews of local campsites! More local camping is definitely in my near future so it’s great to read about the possibilities. The only one I’ve disagreed with is Butano — had a couple of bad experiences there (large, drunken crowd, idiot who thought his every-30-second-just-letting-you-know-I’m-armed-and-dangerous car alarm beep was acceptable to everyone for the entire night) that made us swear never to return to that park again. Keep up the great reviews!

  10. Jennie says:

    I highly encourage it!

  11. Fairings says:

    Just type away…I enjoy your blog πŸ™‚

  12. Linda says:

    I’ve lost 12 pounds since starting to RV, and we always pull over for motorcycles, often onto the rumble strip, which in a multiple-ton vehicle is usually quite exciting. πŸ˜‰

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