My name is Ursula, aka Spider & now aka The B.R.O.A.D.(TM). I'm a mother, a grandmother, a friend, an organizer of bikers, and well... of course, I'm a BIKER. After some strange life events, I took a leap of faith to chase a dream. I ramped up my Virtual Assistant business called The Write Hand, and I left Illinois on February 25, 2013 in 34* temperatures for my solo female motorcycle tour of the USA. My blog and website serve as places where you can follow the journey. Most of The B.R.O.A.D.(TM) journey was spent camping where I could find a piece of God's country or a deserted building that nature was taking back and sometimes I was able to visit friends throughout the US for some couch surfing.
Unfortunately, on July 17, 2013 while on the way to my first Sturgis Rally, I was hit head-on by a car passing a semi in a deep blind curve. Despite a brief flatline, I returned to fight the good fight. I am a little shorter on one side since losing part of my left leg. I spent about 9 months recovering back in my root-land of Georgia.
On Easter Sunday, 2014, me and my livable 12x7 trailer hit the road again. I purchased a 2004 Heritage Softail on July 15, 2014, just two days after the 1st anniversary of my crash. I continue to live on the road and travel to biker events and generally be a tourist with visits to special people in mind. I am still growing The Write Hand, my Virtual Assistant business. I appreciate you visiting my site and here you will find all the shenanigans I am linked to...
The B.R.O.A.D. (TM) journey
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Peace, Hugs, and Pipes that Rumble (TM) 2013