This was our 2013 Jayco Flight Swift 198 RD


Wednesday, 22 March 2023

Upper-class Motor Carriages fit for the Florida weather

In less than a couple of weeks it will be already April and our time in Florida will come to an end. Mind you the temperatures here are quite warm now if not saying it is hot, because it is relative to what you are accustomed to. Well, I like it as long as the air-conditioner in our travel trailer is working and the same goes for the truck. 


Temperatures are Celsius to the left and Fahrenheit to the right

Reggie and Elsa got a shower today to help rinse off the dust and to make them more comfortable on their walks around the park when their fur is more fluffy in this heat.


Elsa was enjoying the rinse

Reggie is not so keen to have showers

All cleaned up and dried enjoying the sunshine

Yes, we are checking and making sure the little gator is still in the pond as well as all the other creatures we encountered on our strolls. We will miss those walks but I am sure back home there will be other photo opportunities for us.


Speaking of photo ops, here in this RV Park there are several high-class motorcycle owners and those bikes are all very neat to look at and they are well kept. As a matter of fact, the tricycles have their own utility trailers used for their garages and the snowbirds hook those up when they head home at the end of the season. 


Sandy & Sonny backing out

Here are some photos I took of the gang as they headed out in a little convoy. I am sure they had people turn their heads as they drove by and not because of noise, as they are very quiet.


The red one is Gayle & George’s Honda Goldwing Trike Motorcycle, 1883 cc, 6 cylinder, 97.9 hp engine and the rig weights a nice 382kg/883lb


The middle one is Bonny & Bill’s Harley-Davidson Trike, 1886 cc and not a thunder machine, very quiet.


The yellow one belongs to Pam & Randy and theirs is a BRP (Bombardier Recreational Product) Can-AM Spyder RT like the ones below.


And then our other neighbors from across our travel trailer are Sandy & Sonny’s Bombardier BRP Can-Am Spyder RT Roadster with a Rotax 1330 cc, 3 cylinder, and 115 hp engine.

I caught them with my camera in the morning as they were heading out on their 41stwedding anniversary.


And last but not least, our neighbors one rig over are Karen & Larry’s super nice Bombardier BRP can-am Spyder Roadster 3-wheel touring motorcycle, 1330 cc.


Let me tell you all of these folks have big smiles on their faces when they return from their outings on these fun bikes!


As well we do have several extreme proud owners and well-cared Harley-Davidson Motorcycles with thunder mufflers here that are showroom quality. 

Tomorrow will be a special day, but I won't say what it is. So until next time...

Thanks for dropping in again.



  1. That looks like a nice hobby for those folks - something to primp and piddle with, then take for a ride. You're a little hotter than we are but all in all, not bad!

    1. Three wheels are safer I guess and they all seem to have fun with them. A few decrees less of heat would be nice :-)

  2. Way too hot, if we were down there we would be looking for a cooler climate. Those trikes are very intriguing. We have had motorcycles back in the day but have never ridden a trike.

    1. You are right, this heat is not ideal if you want to be productive outside. If one of the wheels lifts off the ground when in a curve the motor shuts off.

  3. Yup that's pretty warm to be out and about. Love your two kids ... they are beautiful after their bath!! I spent a lot of hours on the back of a Harley ... it's definitely a fun hobby and you can always find a parking spot!!

    1. You got it and its less gas to get around with. The dogs know that they are better looking after their bath and better smelling, too.

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    1. Thank you! You and Patsy would like a ride on one of those trikes I bet.