Here are a few shots from my trip to Ohio with Mike Bundy, where we were
looking for vintage bikes to add to our collections. We both came home with
some beautiful bikes.
For two moto-heads like me and Mike, this is as close to heaven as you can get-
This one will need a little restoration-
This guy is really into vintage with his 70’s Pinto, complete with luggage rack-
We saw some beautiful, original classics at the show-
Yes we had a great time, Yes we saw some beautiful machines, and Yes…Mike bought 3 and I bought 2.
I promised you in the last post for the more athletic side of the trip, and here it is. Namely, when Ricky and Stephen are around, the action is non-stop! They don’t sit down for a minute and they get us to all join in the fun!
Wakeboarding, Surfing, Paddleboarding, Tubing…This is what filled up our days on the water:
Ricky is our resident backflipping wakeboarder…
and Stephen is the resident surfer…
Stephen and Matt hanging ten…
Teaching Roxie how to Paddleboard…
And finally relaxing after all that activity…
We absolutely love boating. There is nothing better than being on the water with the wind in your hair and the sun at your back:
Mom and Dad on a sunset cruise…
Dad, Ricky and Matt taking the boat for a spin…
The best part about our trip is the time spent together. We laugh ALOT, and just enjoy being together. It’s always special for Mom to bring her parents down for part of the trip too and we treasure all the memories we make with them.
As busy as life is lately, it’s nice to just slow down and enjoy the beauty of the beach and the joy of each others company.
The last two weeks in July were spent having an incredible family trip to the Coast of NC. We visit here every summer, and it is always wonderful spending quality time together, playing hard, relaxing hard and eating well. It’s hard to fit two weeks worth of fun into one post, so I will post a few different sets of photos from the trip.
One of our favorite things about the beach are the sunrises and sunsets. We get up early to see them, and plan our dinners around them… Here are some of our favorites from the two weeks.
In order to be in the best spot possible to catch these masterpieces we like to take the boat over to a nearby deserted island to have a prime viewing spot…
this is also the perfect time for long walks on the beach and hunting for sharks teeth
This has been the more relaxing side of the trip…in the next post I’ll show you the more athletic side!
If you are reading this blog, you probably already know the Winters Family. But for the newcomers we thought we would introduce you to the gang for future reference…
loves sports, collecting vintage motorcycles, travel, good food, photography and mentoring:
Loves horseback riding, shopping, all animals, and staying active. Completed the 2009 NYC Marathon!:
Tara and Matt-
Love living in NYC, their dog Roxie, and traveling & exploring:
Loves being a business owner, being outdoors, guns, and being awesome:
Loves motocross, fast cars, gadgets, watches and more guns:
loves food, food, food and more food:
loves playing and running at top speed through the house:
loves destroying tennis balls, and chasing squirrels:
As some of you may know, Larry is on a mission to visit every ballpark in the USA. Back in June, he hit Ballpark # 19 and #20, Dodgers Stadium and Oakland Coliseum…
Here is what Larry had to say about his experience in an email:
“I’m having a incredible time here in SoCal, and my quest to attend all 30 MLB baseball stadiums. Today I went to ballpark #19 Dodger stadium. Saw the Cardinals and Albert Pujols play the Dodgers. Dodgers won 12 to 4?
The score isn’t the important thing, it was ballpark #19. And I got to meet with Hall of Fame announcer, Vin Scully. Meeting him and visiting with him was absolutely one of the coolest things I’ve ever experienced. On top of that, as always we go first class, in VIP style. We had great seats, VIP box, all you can eat buffet during the game, private tables at our seats. I got autographs from Tony Larusa and Joe Torey, (both Hall of Fame managers), as well as Albert Pujols and Andre Ethier. Also, the SoCal weather was perfect! It was without a doubt one of the best days of freedom I have ever experienced. L Dub, Livin the Dream”
Meeting Vin Scully, Dodger Broadcaster for 60 years…
Hanging out with A’s player Jake Fox (who now plays for the Orioles) during batting practice…
Front row seats…
and to top off an incredible trip, Larry made his first visit to the Golden Gate Bridge…
Livin the Dream!
Welcome to the official blog of Larry and Pam Winters. The purpose of this blog is to give you a little behind-the-scenes, all-access pass to all the experiences Larry and Pam have throughout their year. Hopefully after reading these posts you will realize that if you have TIME + MONEY you can have a LIFESTYLE that lets you live how you want to live, travel how you want to travel, and play like you want to play. We will show you lots of pictures, some video, some bloopers, and occasionally some guest appearances by Larry and Pam themselves! Here is a little taste of the photos you might be seeing…
Cayman Islands, BWI
St. John, USVI
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Peter Island, BVI
…this is just a glimpse of the trips The Winters’ family has been on the past couple of years, stay tuned for all the adventures to come!
This site will be growing and taking shape over the next few months, so feel free to leave a comment with ideas for what you would like to see on here.
Thanks for visiting and LIVE THE DREAM!