I learned last night that Georgie, Bec’s mom, is worried about my motorcycle trip to the Door. She even planned a route for me to follow that she thought would be best. I am a bit nervous about this ride as well, but I also went to Google and planned a route. I will go up 31 to 30 and then connect to 65. I will then follow 90 to 94, around Chicago to 43. Once I am on 43 I will take it all the way to Sheboygan and connect to County Road C, which will take me to LS (Lake Shore, which goes all the way to Sturgeon Bay). I then get on 42 and go across the bridge all the way up to NP and to Newport Beach.
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