Monday, May 26, 2014

Tuscan Loop - Guess who came to dinner?

I haven't posted because we've been very busy enjoying our long-awaited Italian vacation.

On Monday, May 19, our second evening in Tuscany, we met special friends who rode their Vespas from the Black Forest to the ancient walled town of Lucca for a delicious Tuscan meal.
Copyright Roland Mager
It was great to see Sonja and Roland again.

And so began the Tuscan Loop.

10 comments:

Deb said...

Neato! Looking forward to some travel pics!

Enjoy guys!

Trobairitz said...

Hooray - so glad you all could get together and ride in Italy. Yes, more than a little jealous. Looking forward to the ride reports and more pictures though.

Richard M said...

+1 on Trobaritz's comment (including more than a little jealous).

David Masse said...

Thanks Deb!

The sheer volume of data between our two cameras and my GoPro is a huge task to deal with. Fear not, there are posts and pics coming.

David Masse said...

Brandy, I had uploaded my GoPro videos to YouTube only to have them fail to process, so it's a do over. Aaargh!!

bob skoot said...

David:

++1 Food and Friends. Always nice to see familiar faces. Can't wait for the photos. What an adventure you are having

bob
Riding the Wet Coast

David Masse said...

Richard, the good news is that we left Tuscany exactly as we found it. So it's all there just waiting for you to visit.

David Masse said...

Thanks Bob! Adjusting back to 'normal' life is going to be a little tough.

Coop a.k.a. Coopdway said...

Real envy here too. Tuscan Loop......I like to loop and this one even sounds good. I'll be watching for your shareables as well!

David Masse said...

Doug, I'm trying hard to get stuff processed but there's a big story to tell, and while modern technology is way cool, uploading videos and photos is a challenge. The bandwidth is not keeping up with the size of videos and photos.

I realize it's a little bit of a tease, so here goes. Some YouTube videos are linked on ModernVespa. Here's the link to the post.

They'll show up here as well, but it's going to take some time as I get the posts completed in Blogger.

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