Thereís so much riding choice at hand as you roll your
Aprilia out of Princeton. The inconsistent DH44 to Hopeis
like a fidgety kid shifting between boredom and excitement. DH10 to
Tulameen and DH72 to Bankeir are more like exuberant teenagers. And DH42
to Aspen Grove? Itís a fickle Gen Xer. By contrast, the DH to Hedley
is even tempered, polished and predictable. And what this refined,
high-speed patrician may lack in excitement, is more than made up for by its
suave demeanor. An elegant cruise along the low-lying banks of the
Similkameen River, its genteel curves sweep exquisitely between modest farms
and subdued mountains. The only dark side to its nature is the heavy traffic
it attracts, and even that is quite easy to get by. Coming out of Princeton?
The choice at hand: the spirit of a boy... or the wisdom of a man.
"Nice, but not too
exciting, and plenty of traffic. The TE on the other side of the river was
WONDERFUL! I had to do it in both directions."
PS I am enjoying your book very much in my 911 cabrio and did 47 DH's in my