Phoneography: Flash our Turbo Comes Home

Tim’s red 1983 Honda 650 Turbo came home yesterday.

Flash the motorcycle (what else are you going to name a red turbo? 😉 ) has been at a friend’s place for a few months being refurbished. Today for Sally’s Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge I’m featuring a few of my husband’s photos (he used his Samsung Galaxy Note II) as well as my own (iPhone 4).

Flash has been at Tim’s friend Greg’s place in the San Diego area. Greg is a professional motorcycle restorer specializing in Honda’s. Greg is a perfectionist… and a bachelor… check out where he keeps some of his finished work…




Yes that is his front hallway… and this is his living room!


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The bikes certainly are beautiful, but I’m not sure I’d give up my whole living room for them!

So Flash has been in good hands with Greg and Saturday Tim picked him up. Isn’t he a handsome fellow (the bike that is)? 😀

I just had to wear my special socks with the hearts on them when we took our trial ride on Flash today! It’s such fun to take photos of something this beautiful (the bike not the socks). 😉

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As always I am so pleased that you visited. Your comments warm my heart and put a smile in my day.

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10 thoughts on “Phoneography: Flash our Turbo Comes Home

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  2. Meghan Post author

    Yes he is, but not as comfy as our cruisers (Trusty Steed and John Steed). As you see there is no back rest on the turbos…

  3. Meghan Post author

    He absolutely does, just as my husband does. Truly our red and yellow turbos are not ridden much. they are works of art. I imagine he’ll have a special place in our new garage in Idaho to show them off. Thanks Sally!

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  5. Sally

    What fun–I really like the images inside. Obviously, the restorer takes his business seriously, and finds these machines more than a mode of transportation. Happy Photo Challenge.

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