Well, all the pieces of the motorcycle puzzle are slowly coming together. I've got my motorcycle license, the welding of the motorcycle carry rack for the back of the Arctic Fox is in it's beginning phase, and all of the parts to make the WR450 street legal are now at the dealer's waiting to be installed.
The Yamalink which is supposed to lower the WR 450 an inch and a quarter is in and waiting to be installed, but the lower seat is on back order or something and won't be available till the middle of June, so I've decided to skip that and just work on the seat it comes with to make it lower. And that's not all that difficult, I just have to take off the seat cover, slice an inch off the foam, and staple the seat cover back on again.
So with any luck the motorcycle will be finished Tuesday and I just have to get the Highway Patrol to come to the dealer and sign off on the bike being street legal. And then the dealer will give me a title for a street bike instead of a dirt bike. So no matter where I move to it will always be a street legal motorcycle.