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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by SquirrelyGrl, May 26, 2011.
Enjoy the beach babydoll.
i was wondering if ya made there
No shit. me too. She warms up good.
You rode to Mt. P and didnt stop off to see me on the way
hey asshole, be happy and stfu...
I don't know WTF your problem is or who pissed in your Cheerios, but your comments and name calling are uncalled for and I'm sure unappreciated by Melisa.
Wow... I'll Try to be nicer next time.
Might want to learn about all of our relationships with the Squirrelyone, before you go all head explody
yea, who is this tuna guy & what gives him the right to start name calling, i heard he was the goofy lookin fuker in this pic, oh wait there 10 or more goofy ff 's there
ps tuna :fyyff
we love ya wolfy
y'all fighting on here!
I feel sooo loved. Sorry Wolfman ~ I just haven't had a lot of time and really did think about trying to figure out where you are, but I just didn't get my stuff together in time.
Obviously, I seem to have a pattern that anatic has pointed out to me...........
I left the house around 10:30 am and headed towards Ocoee, TN I got to Hiawasse, Georgia. Which I had a snow flurry storm :huh
I got one pic on the way towards Clayton Ga on Hwy 76.
Meh ~ I got to Clayton and found this on on my fender;
:huh What???? I didn't know my bike could provide ice!!
So I rode south on 76 to Lovonia, to Anderson South Carolina. Well I thought I was finished w/ the snow flurries, but apparently I was not. As soon as I past thru the town of Anderson, I had to pull over for a few minutes to warm my hands up.
So thru 2 snow flurry storms and about- 4 hours in the dark, I finally made it to Mt Pleasant, South Carolina
This morning I got up early and walked Duncan, cool brisk morning.... I was really glad to be in central heating and air overnight!
The pond is directly behind the house and here's Gentri and his good pal Bobby:
The last time I saw the Atlantic ocean was 2009 in the Outer Banks, and I know it's still there.
Hey, what's that green grass like substance just beyond the water?
Looks familiar, but I just can't remember ever seeing it.
Love the photos.
If you were able to keep to a schedule it wasn't a ADVenture.
Demit Al, now how do I get this coffee out of the keyboard?
I shouda stayed in the PUI thread... JJ forgot to take my keyboard after my fifth drink.
Great Adventure, SG!
What a Crew :eek1
We sure were a crew, you shoulda been there BrownDog! You riding much? Coming to the Angry Beaver?
Yes, that turf is a golf course. Since I was rolling in at night, to somewhere I'd never been and was freezing! I didn't know it was a golf/resort type community I was staying at.
But anyhoo ~
After peeps woke up and Gentri made a fine breakfast of eggs, biscuits, bacon and good coffee!
Since I was on the bike, I was more than happy to ride in a car with other people, after Saturday's cold. We headed to Sullivan's Island and walked around checking out the sand, ocean and huge, HUGE! boats carrying containers into Charleston Port.
Some pics, I do love this lil Scottie, he was awesome, Duncan was his name;
Duncan checking out a Horseshoe crab;
An egg sack of Welk? Snails? I forgot what Gentri called them, he knows if someone is super curious
Black and White Lighthouse Marker 18 1/2:
Glad you made it home safe. Looks like you're working on wearing out all those tires I gave you
Well............. I couldn't fit those tires on the Hawk. But I did have to have a tire change party the night before I left.
Here's a few more pics:
The crew and I, at Red's in Mt Pleasant. Rumor had it Red's had a $12 bucket of oysters on Sundays. The other girl with us, she loves raw oysters and so.............
It was colder in the restaurant than it was outside! :eek1 I and another guy ordered Irish Coffees, and 4 out of 5 of us ordered the 'She Crab' Soup. It was pretty tasty, but in hopes of the raw oysters for $12, they only had steamed! I'm not educated in the seafood culture, but I still felt some disappoint for the other chick.
I didn't get out into the town of Charleston, but I had a great time hanging out with Gentri. We got back to the house and unfortunately everyone else had to leave (something having to go back to work :huh)
But Gentri's parents have this tradition of throwing corks up into the crocks in their kitchen; below Gentri is pointing to the target. And it was fun! We opened up the bubbly that a friend of his left and spent a good amount of time shooting corks up there.
So we stayed in, and it was pretty awesome! Gentri had soaked some chicken legs/thighs/wings in some salad dressing for a couple of days and then put them in the oven yummy!
I made mashed potatoes, deviled (?) eggs and here's what we came up with:
And there's a few more pics from Monday morning left to post.
Interesting and fun thread.
That may have been Ed Stamey of Stamey Cycles -Boone on the ground?
He's the man..........and he can ride.