We are Bob and Kathy Eggett and we are based in beautiful Southwestern Washington,
These are pages of our adventures riding GoldWing motorcycles in North America, Europe
and a small piece of Africa. They are intended to keep our relatives and friends
updated with the progress of our travels and will be updated at irregular intervals
with our adventures.
New pages will be announced on this page as well as being in the menu system.
We started with a 1980 GoldWing GL1100 (never named). After 95,000 miles we sold
it and bought the 1995 GL1500 (The White Dragon, 147,000 miles) and a TimeOut tent
trailer. In 1999 we bought a CycleMate cargo trailer for our trip to Mexico. In
2006 we shipped The White Dragon to Europe for three years. In 2007 we purchased
a matching 1995 GL1500 (The White Bear, 25,000 miles) because we had no bike to ride
while we were home from Europe. In 2008 we wrecked the White Dragon on a rain slick
freeway in the heel of Italy. In November of 2010 we bought a bright yellow 2003
GL1800 (Lemonade) with ABS and sold the White Bear.
After we wrecked the White Dragon in Italy in October of 2008 and ended our European
travels we still had the matching white GL1500 at home to ride. It is the bike we
took to Alaska with Dirk and Hetty (our friends from Holland). Now we have the yellow
GL1800 and Kathy decided to name it LEMONADE because of the trials we had during
our European adventures. Her motto is "If life deals you lemons, go ride Lemonade".
We traveled over North America west of the Great Plains and the Black Hills of South
Dakota where we attended the Sturgis Rally for 35 years. During those 35 years we
have toured points from Fairbanks, Alaska, to Guadalajara, Mexico in North America;
and, after retirement, in Europe, from the Ring of Kerry in Ireland to the shore
of the Black Sea in Bulgaria and from the Sahara Desert in Morocco to Nordkapp, Norway;
always on GoldWings. In 2014 we added an East Coast USA tourof 24,500 miles.
The White Dragon was white and was normally draggin' a small trailer, hence the name
"White Dragon". We still tow the CycleMate trailer but now it is yellow to match
the new bike. In 2011 we travelled the length of Baja to complete our list of areas
west of the Great Plains. In 2013 we bought a Lees-ure Lite tent trailer for our
2014 tour of the East Coast of the USA.
Viewers interested in the European tour should probably start with the Planning page
and go on to Plan B and Plan C and Plan D and Plan E, this will explain what happened
to our plans. After that one can explore the Europe and N. America (including Alaska)
pages. The story of our burned house is on the Fire! page in the About Ussection.