I did the Harley motorcycle thing years ago -- wish i still had them since both were WW II springers with the old flathead or side valve engines. I'm a lot older and can't do stuff like that but both me and my wife got into fostering dogs. We started out with cats but I discovered I was deathly allergic to cats and spent a lot of time in the hospital. The problem with dogs is you develop an attachment to some and it's like giving your child away when they go up for adoption. We have some going up for adoption this weekend and my wife and I have already decided to keep one ourselves and if one of the two others doesn't get adopted we with be keeping a second one. I guess I have developed a darn soft spot in my heart. This would not have happened 40 or 45 years ago.
Been working on the old Shovelhead while I'm back at the shop. Definately was not built to be ridden so a lot of work going into double checking everything and making things more road worthy. Initial ride was to a local car show.
Bike ran ok, but very rich on the carbs. Spent the following week re-jetting and updating the ignition system that is adjustable for a boosted engine. Re-jet helped, but still have a ways to go, but now you can crank on the throttle and it really kicks in at 4000 rpm. Looking to the next re-jet!