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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by yru, Jan 29, 2010.
When I grab the tag, I will introduce Mr Orange Two to the Owl.
This 232 year old home is out of place in this industrial/commercial area. Not surprisingly it is used commercially and no longer a private residence. Local residents also know this as the Stokes home.
No, it was not too bad. As long as there is no ice on the roads, I enjoy winter riding.
Earlier in this thread, you posted a nice painting and referenced this area. Do you paint murals? The reason I asked is that I passed two nice murals on each side of a tunnel yesterday and thought of that post. Here is a LINK to the murals I saw.
Thanks for the link to the great looking mural. What a clever idea to turn the tunnel into a covered bridge.
The answer is yes, that is what I do for a living (mostly interior murals though).
I prefer winter to the middle of summer riding any day!
I rode up the hell hole known as Interstate 95, to the Garden State to introduce Mr. Orange to Owl and the key chain. It seems that grounds keepers or someone decided to take Mr Owl home with them. So Mr Orange will be replacing a long line of MIA mascots in this game.
Angelo the Orange will find a new home soon (weather permitting).
That is the place. Sorry about the mascot. It looks like someone cleared the leaves.
THE WYE HOUSE circa 1650
What is perhaps the oldest orangery in the United States just happens to be in Tanglewood Conservatory's backyard! The Wye House, in Talbot County, has been in the same family for 11 generations. Archaeologists and researchers have been studying the property during the past few years and recently University of Maryland researchers unearthed the greenhouse where citrus trees and other edible and ornamental plants grew.
This is a private property, so this tag shot is very close-by the Wye House.
Happy to be out and about.
He was not happy for long, when he realized I was going to bury him (he really has a mouth on him!).
Hopefully this is a hiding spot and not a grave for him. We shall see.
Just a wake up call.
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some 95 hatin' whore
dragged the tag down eastern shore
from where I'd rescued it not long before
and there it can sit never more, never more
Nobody hates 95 more than I,
But the Eastern Shore
is a grand place to explore.
So if you see the Orange no-more,
It is because you don't love the Eastern Shore.
I may be a bit of a whore,
for dragging the orange to the shore.
But who are you to point the finger,
when all you do is linger.
It is the Mid-Atlantic TOR.
The legend of lore!
Annoy me no more,
with your speculative bore.
Please play the game.
as all other contestants are insane.
I am racking my brain,
to make people play this again.
Dude, even your Maryland compatriots can't stand the eastern shore.
How's that for a limerick! Oh, here's another one.
People actually tag in the 95 corridor. Stop fucking up your game trying to show us all how wonderful it is to ride a flat windy sand bar.
It may be flat and windy, but there are a hell of a lot of interesting places to explore on the Eastern Shore. Natural habitats and history are everywhere, and it's my Maryland's compatriots loss they don't explore it more.
Look who made it through that winter!!! And it still talks!
The orange is in the bush to the right of the sign. Where you see the plastic bag but I put it in the middle of the bush.
The Little smart mouth Orange was found at 1423 Rock Springs Rd, Rising Sun Md
Damon! I guess the Orange has really come out of hibernation. Way to go C14xTom