I had to move my bikes out of my teeny weenie garage
I normally have to park my bike outside but during construction I was able to squeeze them into this tight space. This is usually where I park my 'Vette during the Winter. I had to move them somewhere else before I could get my car into this space and I have very little maneuvering room
I could not park them in my back yard due to the muddy sand but I had to move them somewhere out of the way to make room. Here is my Vstrom, I have already moved Nu2Me to a temporary parking spot. The only other alternative was to move them out onto the street where they would have to sit in the rain for a day.
With my bikes out of the way, I spent another couple of hours cleaning the space up to make room. There is little margin of error. It is a narrow space and I only have an extra inch on both sides of the mirrors
I had wanted to lower the top but it was still wet from the day before, but I loosened the header to take the stress off the rubber seals
Older houses have narrow parking spots. This area is not heated but attached to the main house, so there is no danger of freezing. I store the car with a battery maintainer connected. I have to make sure I approach the entrance at the correct angle and hug the right side so I can get out of the car
Another successful parking operation. The car is parked here within an alarmed environment for half the year. It is driven out in the Spring and insured for the summer months. It is returned to hibernation in the Fall, usually October. In the summer while insured it remains parked outside under the carport
On Saturday I moved my bikes over to our project house where they remained until Sunday. After I parked the 'Vette I had to move them back to the carport
I moved Nu2Me first, then my Vstrom over the slippery sandy ground
Phase two is completed. My 'Vette is parked for the Winter, and my bikes are here under the carport and both are plugged into their own battery tenders.
I'm so happy I'm clicking my heels . . .