Based on the quick look I had of the radar I thought I might be able to take the long route home and hook around the storm.
As the storm front started catching up with us the wind picked up. As you can see my wife has full faith in my route selection.
At one point I got caught behind a slow cage and couldn't be patient any longer. I grabbed a gear and shot the big Ultra across the double yellow just a little early and sped around the car. As I did this I caught sight of a squad car pulling out of a lot. I was easily twenty over and he had me dead to rights. My wife said she looked at the cop, looked at the big nasty clouds and then looked back at the cop. He left us alone. We still caught a few miles of rain but not that strong wind bullshit, and with temps in the low eighties it was kinda a relief.
Not all our rides are threatened by nasty weather. We got out yesterday with no destination in mind.
We were on some seldom traveled roads where we disturbed the locals. They'll get over it. We also stumbled upon a little Amish country store that we'll certainly seek out in the future. My wife is the official GreasyShopRag field photographer and she snaps a lot of pics. It seems she is taking pics even when she doesn't know it.
The forecast today is for more scattered showers. Try to ride around the clouds, get wet, dry out, repeat.