Am finally riding my street bikes again. After sorting a used 600 c.c. bike for my Brother he flew to Edmonton from Ladysmith. We then took the long way two Vancouver. We left on Wednesday morning, and went to Golden BC, where we stayed for the night. The next day we rode down to Shelter Bay and took the free ferry across to Galena Bay, we then rode over to Kaslo BC. That is where we spent the night the next morning we rode back to Nakusp, before going over to Vernon, after that we went up to Cache Creek. That's where we spent the night. Today, we went towards Whistler BC. I ended up turning around 15 kilometers outside of Pemberton. There was a bad accident and the road was blocked off. After waiting for 30 minutes I decided to turn around and start heading back as the road was free of traffic in the other direction. There had not been any traffic in that direction for at least one and a half hours. That made for a Heavenly ride, as the road is very twisty, as well as being in good shape. It is very nice to be on a VFR, especially a 30 year old one! I'm surprised at how good the suspension is. It won't put Ohlins out of business, but is well behaved, none the less. Even my 25 year old Metzeler's are doing great. ME33/ME55A Metronic combo. The weather is great, roads are great and is cool to tour with my Brother. My only complaint is the SPEED LAWS in B.C.! (Don't ask me how I know!) Draconian, to be nice about it. So far, the VFR has been frickin' great. The loud pipes are sinfully good sounding at high and low revs. Pretty cool. I even pulled an old pair of soft saddlebags out of the closet for the trip. I've discovered that they're so old that the foam inside is falling apart and making a mess. Wouldn't have it any other way. With the Corbin seat on, I'm even comfortable. All in all, a good ride, so far.