By 1pm today it was in the mid 50's and sunny. I went for a little ride mostly on dirt roads close to home. By 3pm I was back at the house and it was 68. The roads were recently graded and It rained a few days ago, so the sand roads near here were just about perfect. Fairly well packed down. The red clay areas weren't as dry and a little trickier but not really bad at all. So here are a few pics from Screven and Bulloch Counties, GA Beaver Road Crossed the Ogeechee River at Rocky Ford. Continued on to Ponderosa Road. I took a side road off Ponderosa and Whoa! What was that in the edge of the woods? I'm not saying I heard the distant sound of banjo music. Or, the faint odor of a meth lab in operation. But it was sort of creepy Moving on. All of the cotton hasn't been picked yet. I just liked this tree. Many of the hardwoods have been replaced with pines. An old house in the woods. Nice old Church where I stopped for a snack. There was only one grave here. Didn't expect to find a revolutionary war veteran's grave out here. Another abandoned tenent house. Almost home, Stoopto Road. We don't have the best riding in South Georgia, but the season is long.