So I had a job up in San Luis Obispo that forced me to slab it up there saturday night which was not that fun. So sunday night I wanted to figure out a much more fun route back down south. I checked things out and found a pretty great looking route back home. From SLO I took the 227 down to the 101: where I had to slab it for about 15 miles to Nipomo where I headed east on the 166 into the hills. After a great ride through sweeping twisties it leveled out into some flat straight bits. Turned south onto the 33 and the flat and straight continued for a bit but eventually got to one of my favorite bits of road on the 33 just north of Ojia (pronounced oh-hi for those not familiar with the area) through the Los Padres National Forest and into the top of Ojia. After getting into Ojia I took the 150 over and down into Santa Paula and took South Mountain Road over into Barsdale and hooked up with the 23 and went south into Moorpark It was a total of 192 miles and scheduled for about 4 hours. I stopped a couple times to clean bugs off my visor and stretch. It was the longest and best ride I have done on my VFR to date. I loved every second of it and could have kept going another few hundred miles. Taking breaks really helps stave off the sore body parts. Road conditions were good to excellent the whole way and saw only 1 cop the entire time.