My prayers are with both of you. I started following this little part of the asylum several years ago as I planned my 2011 trip to Alaska. When I came home. I found myself still coming back to the forum, maybe so I could relive some of our travels as I read of yours. While it may be a while before I can get back, following your travels brings back mine. But as time has gone by, I feel, in a way, that I know some of you by following your exploits. And the one thing unique to you folks is the love and respect you show for each other. Always reaching out to help each other, very little acrymony and a genuine fondness and caring for one another. It's very nice in this day and age. A year ago at this time, I was 2/3 rds of the way thru my 44 radiation treatments for cancer. Maybe not as serious as yours, but cancer. I saw alot of specialists when deciding treatments, and radiation was the best recommendation. Today I am cancer free. Six months after my treatments were over, I spent 2 weeks riding Colorado. You can beat this, and I suspect that with the love and frienship your extended family has shown, you will. God speed, and go get em.
2012 R 1200 GS RALLYE