Harley-Davidson from Japan Washes up in Canada

Debris from last year’s devastating Japanese tsunami has been washing up on North American shores for some time, but few items have been returned to their owners because much of what has been found bears no identifying marks that would indicate where it came from or to whom it belonged. Recently, however, the owner of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle that washed up on a Canadian beach was identified thanks to the bike’s license plate. The man lost his home and three relatives in the disaster and is looking forward to getting his Harley back. The bike is now rusty and corroded from its wet 4,000-mile (6,400-km) journey, but the shop that sold it plans to restore it. More…

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