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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Mr&MrsErnbo, Jul 5, 2012.
I'm in Claxton.[/QUOTE]
Maybe we need to expand the boundaries?.....
TAG! Finally got a chance to ride...
Welcome,... Hope it was a good ride. Nice bike.
Thanks for the welcome. It was a very nice ride, started out a little chilly but it warmed up nicely. I left Richmond Hill & meandered south checking on a few places. Which brings up the next tag: a nice old historic church on Vernon Square.
I'm new to picture posting, as you can probably tell! So, one of the picture aficionados need to tell me how's the best way to get the pictures smaller from photobucket? Thanks!
Tag found......finally. The Darien, Ga United Methodist Church on Wayne st and Vernon Square. .
There are two churches on Vernon Square, tricky tricky.
New tag will be up soon,..... What awesome riding weather for January.
The day was awesome in spite of heavy traffic and a thousand "fair-weather" riders. New tag....... Think beach!
This greets you and welcomes you to the barrier island.
Glad you enjoyed the challenge at Vernon Square! Yes, it has been some amazing riding weather for January, looks like it's about to change though. How do you like your Sprint? That's Triumphs sport-tourer isn't it?
In one word.......LOVE it. The Sprint is a great ride and I spend hours in the saddle routinely. The bike handles virtually flawlessly for me, is very responsive, nimble, fast, and rather fuel efficient. The engine is bullet-proof too.
I don't own a car and use this bike as my daily commuter, I also drive from Savannah to the west side of Atlanta most every week. I travel both super-slab, back roads, dirt roads, etc. and have not had any problems.
Grab!! Tybee island welcome sign
Father son tag. I'm from SC. He's from FL.
Yay. New tag coming but first lunch.
What's next Gimpy the North Florida tag? I'm jealous... Enjoy the ride.
Great location, hope you all had the chance to see some of the area and the visitor center.
It was great. Had coffee at the square and a bite to eat at the crab shack.
Never go down river st.. FML.
T-t-tag found on a chilly but sunny day. The entrance to the 4mile wildlife drive of the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, off SC Hwy 170.
Beautiful place for a hike and a picnic.
Time of day and day of week make a big difference but, not every bone rattling cobblestone is loose. Some of the locals are though, heh heh.
I lived in Hinesville for about 8 years. You folks are making me miss it down there. Keep those pics coming!
Next tag posted......
A hidden Monastic gem where the neighbors live the "Bluff-Life" in a mocha sort of way.
The large coastal community supports a multitude of churches, but none "Back" here.