Rob convinced me to go on a motorcycle trip with him and his friend Sota. Rob has always wanted take a motorcycle on the on the North Cascades Highway. Now that I am more comfortable on a motorcycle, and Rob recently bought a bike that is perfect for the trip we decided to go for it.
I started the trip on my own. I rode up to the Ensign Ranch to spend stake night at Girl’s camp with the girls from our ward. Rob and Sota met me up at the ranch a few hours later. We then drove on to Wenatchee that night and stayed in a hotel. I was not the happiest about going over the highway 97 in the dark, but I survived and we made it without injury.
The next morning we drove through Chelan and onto the North Cascades Highway. It was the perfect day for it. The sun was shining bright and it was perfectly warm. We made several stops to enjoy the view. It was my first time on that highway and I can’t believe it was. Every time we stopped I said, “Rob, why have we never been up here before?!” the views were breath-taking.
Rob and Sota with their matching Honda VFRs.
Looking down onto the North Cascades Highway
The view from the top of Washington Pass with Liberty Bell Mountain in the background.
Mine and Rob’s bikes at the top of the pass.
It was a great trip. We traveled about 500 miles. I was able to keep up just fine, even on the winding roads. Rob is even more encouraged now that one day we could actually take a motorcycle trip up to Alaska. We’ll see…