14 hours of riding, which included an initial 6-7 hours of riding in which I couldn't go more than 30-45 minutes before feeling too sleepy to ride safely, forcing me to make a lot of stops to wake myself up.
Encountered a traffic jam on eastbound I-70 west of Parachute, CO. It was caused by some cager who managed to roll his car. This stopped traffic dead for almost an hour.
Another hour was consumed telecommuting from a rest area near Edwards, CO to do a network change for testing that's going on this weekend for one of our data centers.
The first few hours were a bit chilly while I transited the canyon roads from Salt Lake City to Green River, UT. Note to self, even in summer, bring along some long underwear or at least a nice warm henley shirt.
My riding jacket's wind liner did enough to keep me from freezing though, so that's OK.
Total roundtrip mileage for the Utah trip: 1248 miles.
Brigitta, my '87 R80 BMW Airhead, did great though I did find an issue that need fixing.
The gauge lights for the speedo and the tach are not working, so you can't see how fast you're going when it's dark outside. I got a small LED headlamp for the return trip that illuminated the cockpit area well.
I noticed when I got to Park City on Tuesday that the high beam wasn't working on the headlight. Replaced it with a bulb from my boss, Ari, and that's now good to go.
At the Yellowcat highway exit on I-70, while still in Utah
Cameo Bridge near Glenwood Springs, CO
Not many pictures taken, construction, accidents, a hot day and a severe case of gethomeitis on my part precluded additional stops just for pictures.