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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Mr&MrsErnbo, Jul 5, 2012.
I figured out where that is, but I don't have the time to ride over there!
You probably do, this game has been moving slowly
The weather is nice, I suppose it's a good excuse to take the looong way home from work.
You probably need to work on that "needing an excuse" situation.
I know I have seen that sign/shingle before but I cannot remember where. So for the time being, that hidden locale is safe, but I'll find it sooner or later.
While returning from Charlotte I took Hwy 301 and finally saw Sylvania. I also was able to visit one of the Grand Tour of Georgia locations on Brannens Bridge Rd.
If you "Guy"s want or need more hints, I'll be happy to provide.
Were you at the Brier Creek battle site yesterday?
Yes I was and the swimming hole at Briar Creek looked very inviting.
Screven county looks like it has good roads to ride and explore.
Wow. Took my son,from out of town, there yesterday to show him the battle site area. Sorry I missed you. The traditional site of an unmarked mass grave of patriots is nearby on the WMA. Screven County does have lots of two lane and dirt roads. Not exciting, but pleasant riding nontheless. Glad to meet you,or anyone else on this forum, sometime for a Meal or coffee. I don't usually need much notice.
Sounds great and I will take you up on that, Screven and Sylvania look good to me, thanks for the info on the WMA and history.
I figured it out but it doesn't look like I'm a gonna make it over there. Some of us Guys don't need a Ton of clues! LOL!
Although I usually don't need or ask for extra clues, my advanced age, tremendous work pressure, and limited seat time, plus poor google-fu skills, a terrible sense of direction, and poor memory due to old age has me over the barrel. :eek1
Does this help?
Lynn Bonds is the 2nd name for this Avenue.
Tag located, ..... Vintage Motirsports in Guyton, Ga
I spent almost an hour chit-chatting with the owner who provided me with a hot, fresh, tasty cup of coffee. He specializes in working on older bikes and everyone is welcome to visit.
Next up... Tag this just down the river a bit.
You beat me to it! I showed up just a bit after you did, according to the owner. He's definitely a nice guy, and gave me some pointers on a BMW R80/7 I just picked up for my dad.
Is this the first Bruce on this site?:eek1