Welcome to GWRRA WA-A,  Come ride with us!

    If we have a gathering next month, our gathering will most likely be Nov 28, 2020.
    I anticipate that there will be rides before then however.


    November/December 2020 News Letter.

    Our monthly breakfasts and gatherings are the 4th Saturday of every month.
    When we meet again, we will meet at the Golden Steer Steak'n Rib House.


      23826 104th Ave SE, Kent, WA 98031.

    Breakfast is at 8:00am. The Chapter Gathering starts at 9:00am.
    Usually a ride follows the meeting.


    We need your input so we can keep you informed of upcoming rides.
    There is a short form in the Forms area to the left.
    Please print it, fill it in and then email it or give it to Todd or Don, your CD and ACD.


    March 23, 2020, OLYMPIA, Wash. — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued a statewide order to stay-at-home and stay healthy to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

    The order is in effect for all Washington residents and will continue until we hear otherwise. We are now in our fourth month. Face masks are now required state wide when out in public. It's been a long haul people. Hang in there.

    • 1. How does the coronavirus spread?
        Covid-19 is a respiratory virus, and, much like influenza and others in this category, it spreads when humans cough or sneeze out tiny droplets of mucus and saliva. If it lands on a hard surface like a doorknob or countertop, the virus can survive anywhere from a few hours to a few days. New research suggests that coronavirus particles may also be able to survive for a few hours in aerosol form, contained in smaller droplets suspended in the air. When you come into contact with a droplet, either by being in close proximity to a forceful sneezer or by touching a surface that said sneezer has touched with their sneezey hands, you can become infected. Though coronavirus can’t be absorbed through your skin, it can enter your system when you touch your mouth, nose or eyes, or through a cut.
    • 2. Is it safe to eat out or order delivery?
        The government is now urging everyone in the United States to avoid eating out in restaurants and bars and to suspend unnecessary shopping trips. Many eateries are still open for delivery and to-go service during the shut-down, but is it safe to eat food prepared by someone else? Fortunately, there’s currently no evidence of coronavirus transmission through food. Few viruses can survive basic food safety measures, and fewer still can endure the acidic rollercoaster that is the human digestive system.


    Chapter WA-A did not have a Gathering in Mar, Apr, May, June, July, August, September or October. King County is still in a Phase 2 posture. Unfortunately due to COVID-19 and the restrictions in King County and elsewhere, the Golden Steer cannot hold a group our size in our meeting room. They have a limit of 6 diners at a time to eat together. But we still have had rides originating from there.


    • What is PHASE 1
      • Phase 1 allows some construction, fishing, hunting, and park access, as well as retail curbside pickup, auto sales, and car washes with social distancing restrictions. All Washington counties have moved on from Phase 1.
    • What is Modified PHASE 1
      • Modified Phase 1 allows outdoor restaurant seating at 50% capacity and indoor seating at 25% capacity with tables 6 feet apart, retail at 15% capacity, personal services like salons and barbers at 25% capacity, professional services like accountants and insurance agents at 25% capacity and all construction.
    • What is PHASE 2
      • Phase 2 increases outdoor recreational activities, such as camping, allows small group gatherings of five people or less, opens barbershops and salons, opens restaurants at 50% capacity and tables of five people or less. Pet services, including grooming, could resume. Some professional services could resume, although tele-working will still be encouraged.
    • What is PHASE 3
      • In Phase 3, group sizes could expand to 50 people or fewer. Non-essential travel could resume. Restaurants could increase capacity to 75% capacity. Gyms, recreational facilities, like pools, and movie theaters could reopen at 50% capacity. Libraries, museums, and government buildings could also reopen.
    • What is PHASE 4
      • In Phase 4, gatherings of more than 50 people are allowed with social distancing. Worksite staffing would be unrestricted, although workers should follow social distancing. Bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues can return to full capacity.


    Honda Motorcycle Winter Storage Guide.


    Going for a visit to a Local Chapter?
    How far is it and how long is it going to take to get there?

    Would you like to know the approximate Distance and Riding time?

    From Tacoma ~ Click HERE
    From Kent ~ Click HERE

    Or, See the left Side Bar for further Information.


    COMING EVENTS AND FLYERS
    Where applicable, please, pre-register for upcoming events. Its like an RSVP to an invitation. It gives the hosting chapters advance knowledge of how many riders intend to participate.


    WA District 2020 Scavenger Hunt - A Photographic Tour

    Winners will be announced at some later date.

      WA District 2020 Scavenger Hunt



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