My wanderings and ponderings with a little kitsch thrown in for good measure.
I've often wondered about a snowmobile helmet for it's anti-fog properties. It is good to hear yours is working well.I am glad that Billie falling over wasn't any worse and you had a smooth ride home. When riding through the bad weather I always feel such a sense of accomplishment and pride after. After the sense of relief that is.
My helmet is a modular helmet and it is loud...of course, it was rather inexpensive, too. Since I use earplugs, the noise hasn't been a problem. The anti-fog properties had a lot to do with the seal on the breathguard.Billie is a tough little cookie. She puttered right along on the ride to and from work today. It was as if nothing happened.Yes, I know that sense of accomplishment and pride your talking about...and, the sense of relief :)
You and Billie are tough little cookies. Freezing rain is definitely something to behold and I am happy you made it through well.
Lori,Freezing rain can be treacherous! Believe me I am very careful. None it was freezing on the roads. It was one of those days when the streets were no more hazardous than if it was lightly raining and 70F out, but one certainly looked pretty impressive when you stopped. :)~k