Jim and Rose Singhose are no strangers to the road. They've been riding Harley-Davidsons for over forty years, and they aren't even close to being finished. In 2003, there was little need for discussion: they would attend the one-hundredth birthday celebration of their favorite bikes. They would head to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to celebrate with all the other Harley enthusiasts. Of course, there were bound to be some speed bumps along the way.
Living the Dream is book three in the Harley Woman series, and it follows Jim and Rose for 13,000 miles, from Oregon to Canada, through Milwaukee, and back again. Along the way, they make a spur-of-the-moment decision to head to Prince Edward Island for-what else-lobster! Later, Rose gets stopped by suspicious customs officials who want to know what she's doing in Canada.
Some people might say it's crazy to spend so much time on the road. For Rose, there's never any trepidation about a ride on her Harley. Instead of counting the miles away from home, she's comfortable counting the states they cross. Living the biker dream is filled with adventure, the occasional nuisance, and maybe some danger-but for Rose, it's all worth it to feel the wind in her face and freedom in her heart.