Remember back in March when I talked about downsizing from my Goldwing? Things have changed since then.
In the business world, downsizing carries ominous undertones, because it usually means someone’s losing their job. It can happen for any number of reasons, from a national or worldwide economic downturn to technology and automation making jobs redundant. But the result is the same: the organization shrinks. Ideally, it becomes a more efficient organization, more capable of responding quickly to challenges and changes in its industry. But it’s almost always painful and can be messy. Kind of like getting old.
I woke on Day 4 thinking I was getting a little saddle-weary, but knowing this had to be the last day for my road trip. I was on my last dose of my daily meds.
This is the third post about my trip to Ohio for my new 1996 Goldwing.
As my second day on the road dawned, I happily discovered I wasn’t nearly as stiff and sore as I was expecting.
Friday was D-Day. Departure. Time to point the Goldwing south and hit the road.