On my way north

Written by Dr.Notch.

I had a stop in Seattle. My Sponsor Touratech offered to maintenance the White Elephants suspension on our way through the biggest City in Americas Northwest.

I was able to fix and pamper a lot of signs of usage on my loyal companion during my stay at the Touratech HQ in Seattle …

More than 1000 miles through Americas Wild West

Written by Dr.Notch.

The last few days I’ve been riding through parts of Idaho, Wyoming and Montana.

After a visit with my sponsor Klim in Rigby, I rode up to Yellowstone National Park …

A Visit to the HQ of my Sponsor Klim

Written by Dr.Notch.

Today I stopped at my Motorcycle Clothing Sponsor KLiM in Rigby Idaho. KLiM asked me to stop in a few days ago after they noticed that I will be traveling close by their HQ.

They asked to have a look at my Adventure Rally Suit that I have been traveling in for 50.000 miles and two years now …

Back to the Start…

Written by Dr.Notch.

In this still kicked back and cozy town „Boise“ Idaho, I was so fortunate to be given the opportunity to become a Tattooer about 30 Years ago.

Together with “Erik Payne” I apprenticed with “Russ Myers” at “Electric Dragon”, back then up on Emerald Street. We learned the basics of our trade with Russ and moved on our own ways …

An afternoon on the outskirts of Boise – Idaho

Written by Dr.Notch.

More than thirty years ago I started to learn my profession as a Tattooer in this broad valley in the south west of Idaho.

I returned here on and off and always enjoyed catching up with old friends …

Fort Bragg and around

Written by Dr.Notch.

The past week I spent in beautiful Fort Bragg at Triangle Tattoo and Museum.

It was great to be back after 12 years with Madame Chinchilla and Mr.G, who have been running their Studio and Museum here in Fort Bragg for thirty years …

California North and South of the Golden Gate Bridge

Written by Dr.Notch.

The last days I spent visiting with friends and tattooing buddies north and south of San Francisco.

It was great to meet up after two decades with “Vince” of “Pops Tattoo” in Vallejo …