|Paint scratch No. 1 way up high. Must have caught something underneath the saddle. Dang it anyway! Vespa offers some of the highest priced touch-up paint there is....arrgh!|
|Scratch No. 2 may be hard to fix but I'll try. I know what caused this one.|
|Harmless looking enough...|
|But lurking underneath is the odd blue color. Yuk!|
|My Elk skin gloves are still soaking wet, will likely need at least two days to dry out.|
|The rest of the stuff is already dry after 15 minutes. Nice breeze back there with warm sunshine.|
Altogether not much harm done and considering how hot it was the first few days and the speeds I was running at - constant 65 - 70 mph - placed quite a demand on such a small engine. I'll dig into it and see if I can sort it out but first I'll also ask my more knowledgeable buddies for their advice. Maybe they'll tell me to trade up to the more powerful 300. Yeah, that's the ticket, go get another scooter!
|You left me. I wanted to go but you left me.|
|But now you're home and I still love you! Can we go to the beach now?|
One last item, or two actually, I think I've got the blog fixed so readers can post comments and if you received this post via email that part's working too. Fine kettle of fish now that I'm home but at least it will be operational for the next ride.