The New Moto Digs at Road’s End: Phase 1

by Brian Hopkins
For some time now, it’s been my dream to have a really nice (and big!) motorcycle shop, to get all the bikes out of my crowded garage, where I can actually maneuver around them and not have to move two or three to get to the motorcycle I just happen to want to ride on any particular day. The misfortune of a home flooding incident this summer led to us refinancing our home and wouldn’t you know it, the bank was just dying to loan me more and more money to do some remodeling and build my shop. To wit, I will soon have a 30×60 metal building outside. Today, phase one was completed.

Before (although I had actually done a lot of clearing before this photo was taken; you can even see the remains of some downed trees in the background):

Stay tuned!

About James Pratt

I am an Oklahoma based writer, photographer, videographer and adventurer. I love telling stories about people. A motorcycle is my preferred means of travel, and I have over 5,000 hours piloting small airplanes.

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