There was an interesting discussion going on in the comments section of David Masse's blog
Quote by David Masse:
" . . . I think you are right. Blogs are not so much about things, or hobbies, or the subject that prompted the blogger to take up the blog. The very best blogs are about people living their lives and letting us peak in. This is what the bravest bloggers do. Each of you who have commented on this post have shared your ups, and your downs, for all to see. It really is inspiring. As I said in another context, we are all better off for that risk-taking "
When I started Blogging I was very secretive about "things". Over the years I have found other bloggers with similar interests, not all necessarily about riding. Many are also into photography so you may have noticed that I have let my guard down and let you inside of my life, sort of boring really. I have taken you on vacation with me and I have often opened up my thoughts. This blog was never intended to be purely motorcycling. I have never deviated from my original Mission Statement, and I always carry a camera by my side.
It is not an easy task to take a photo of yourself while riding. At the time I didn't realize that this existed. I was too busy trying not to fall off as I slowly maneuvered myself out of the Bike Night BBQ. I think this was taken around late summer 2008 as I was riding my Suzuki SV650nK3, which I traded in for my current Suzuki V-strom DL650aK9
(courtesy: BCsportBikes.com photo by: CHIA/Darren)