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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by SCQTT, Jan 23, 2012.
how bout something in the Westerville, New Albany, Gahanna, Reynoldsburg corridor?
Which side town?
err...guess my smart phone is not so smart
how about here? Had lunch there a few times, pretty good
works for me...who else is in?
which one? Grove city, Lewis center?
6325 East Broad St.
Columbus, OH 43213
I've eaten at both of them in Columbus and prefer this one. Kinda Blacklick/Reynoldsburg.
I don't know if I can my bike out the driveway-serious icing at bottom and basically the whole length. So what time?
I'm gonna be there about 530...supposed to get into the 40s today, maybe by late afternoon the ice will have melted?
I'm here right now having lunch. If krista can pick up the boy I'm good, otherwise I may be out.
I'll probably be there between 5:30 and 6.
I'm here now. None of you FFs look familiar.
It was just Sion and me for a while. We probably left right before you got there.
Couldn't keep bike upright on packed down icy driveway. Lawn looked too soft and probably would have dug a trench or buried the pig. My right knee is a little wonky right now and I had a doctors appointment to set a surgery date earlier today. Torn cartilage interfering with ACL- just simple arthroscopic out patient surgery next month but some stability issues complicated my efforts to keep the bike upright on the ice. I know - I just suck, left at 4:30 and it took an hour to get it back in the barn 15 yards away. I could have just dragged it downhill to the clear road the next 20 yards but then I realized it would be even tougher to get it back uphill later when it got colder again. Did I mention The GS is a heavy pig and the sun was in my eyes and the dog ate my homework.
sorry man, we bugged out just before 7. could have waited if we'd known you were coming
I don't blame you. I wouldn't have tried it on a GS. The ice on my driveway was the scariest part of the ride; I almost didn't leave home. Luckily the SV's tires were gripping better than my worn out Doc Martens.
If only there was a portable battery powered device that one could carry with them to make and receive telecommunications, and / or access a network of people so as to communicate one's intentions and location.
I use my finger.
I heard that about you.