Whenever I am motorcycling cross country with my pals, Tom, Randy, Original-Jim, Drew, Steve and Duplicate-Jim 2, they are always complaining how hot it is. They wonder how I am able to endure the same hot weather they are melting in and never suffer or complain.
For me, it is an easy 3 step process, but it requires, as they say, thinking outside the box or in this case, inside the ice box.
Step 1Find yourself one of those packaged ice vendor locations at a gas stop and open the door.
Step 2Stick your head in to confirm the temperature is delightful.
Twenty minutes later climb out and down the road you go as fresh and cool as you can be.
Believe me, it is a real heat beater.
In coming issues of the award-winning feature, The Suburban Times – Motorcycling Road Trip Tips, look for two additional articles where I share more valuable Road Trip Tip ideas.
Road Trip Tip #2: I developed this road trip tip after my pals, Tom, Randy, Original-Jim, Drew, Steve and Duplicate-Jim 2, started complaining about how cold it was on or cross-country motorcycle trips.
The tip requires thinking outside the box and finding a gas station with a propane vendor distribution station. You will need in your possession a box of stick matches, two heavy duty contractor grade black garbage bags, a knuckle bustin Crescent wrench and a good size fire extinguisher, just in case.
Road Trip Tip #3: Has to do with eradicating mosquitoes and pesky horse flies. This tip requires 3 fresh raccoon pelts and a five-gallon can of white gas. A fire extinguisher is not required. If you experience difficulty with five gallons of white gas, it will already be way too late for a fire extinguisher.
These articles and more are coming soon on a computer near you.