We had another nice sunrise this morning:
Spent the morning straightening out the metal shield located under the freshwater tank. One corner had come loose at its weld to the frame member due to my filling the tank one time without opening the drain tube valves! I was fortunate then to have caught it before it burst the tank! After bending the metal back into shape using a bottle jack, I then used a metal strip and two bolts to secure the corner that had come loose.
I had originally thought it was put there to help support the water tank but realize now it is to shield the tank from rocks and such coming up from underneath.
After lunch the skies have become mostly overcast and the temperature was only 65°.
I also managed to reinstall the cushion donut under the TW's seat cover; hopefully it will help again on the long saddle days.
Repaired some ripped seams on my motorcycle boots and seal them up with some Shoe Goo.
Chores done, I got on Yagi, the TW200 and decided to ride all the way to the boundary of the Dos Cabezas Wilderness Area. It was rough going in several spots, lots of big rocks and loose rocks but Yagi with her correctly inflated tires did great! Yes, there was dabbing and some paddling by her rider but no drops or crashes!
Got to the boundary, marked by the fact the trail ended. There were a couple of hunters hanging out there by their ATV and they confirmed this fact. One of them pointed out to me the boundary marker:
I then turned around and retraced my route, pausing here and there for pictures between rough patches of trail. Again, no drops or crashes, my lack of "style" notwithstanding.