I waited all day and weather watched. When I got up this morning it was to rain, I donned rain gear and scooted to work. It was a mixed bag of tricks weather wise. It went from torrential rain to sun and back again. I was clock watching until 3:00 and counting the minutes to quitting time. I packed my sack of goodies and I was outta there. It started to rain a little on my scoot ride home and I was feeling completely disheartened that I wouldnt't get a chance to ride. As I pulled up to the house the sun came out and you could almost hear the angels sing Hallelujah!!!! I dumped my junk in the house and pulled Vixen to the side and I thought I heard her whisper, "You don't love me anymore".
I did a pre-trip inspection using FINEBC - fuel, ignition, neutral, engine, brake, clutch (see I really did learn something in my novice class) I was ready to rock'n'roll. I decided to go a familiar scooter route because I am still getting used to my bike. I went through downtown Victoria along Wharf Street to Government and then oceanside on Dallas Rd. I continued on the scenic Beach drive. It was weird not having Motorcycle Man with me. I decided to be adventuresome and drive down McKenzie, which at that time of day it is heavy traffic. It was a little disconcerting, but I stayed calm, cool, & collected and was fine. I finally wound my way home and parked Lucy. Whoop!!!!!
I finished off my day with a short scooter tootle on Vixen, just to let her know that I love her and that she still has a large part of this Moto Diva's heart.