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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Scotty P, Dec 6, 2009.
6 is in Deming. I suspect he is at the motel 6, not that I have ever stayed there.
Honestly, I get that from everyone who asks what I do when I roll in with a suit and motorcycle jacket on. Like most things in life... Not planned. I'd still rather be kicking in doors but my body wouldn't of survived 20 years of it and the pay would be much less so I get to do the next best thing, ***simulate*** causing a disaster to a business and testing if the assigned team can get them back to work. My newest and most stressful event is an Active shooter scenario, but I do every type of natural and man made disaster. Based on revenue loss, cost to recover, and reputational risk to the business determines if they pass. So yes I need to know every function of each business... From CEO to Facilities. If not the exercise will not come across realistic and the P/L Line Lead won't have risk appitite to grow the business. The bonus is riding from site to site, I couldn't fly because I do 200 + facilities a year. Not for the weekend warrior rider or Happily married man or woman. Oh and did I mention working over 500 hours uncompensated a year, 10 years of secondary education, 3 certifications to maintain, and come across as a management consultant / bad ass without puking out your résumé to get buyin from ego maniacs. So this is a lifestyle / "do what you love" rather than " love what you do" job. The travel and riding is a bonus... still want my job? You'd still say yes... You motorcycle addict
It has a pool..........
Soon he'll be in the Sonoran desert... Blue skies, saguaros and 75 degrees for as far as the eye can see... Spring dune sprung!!
He's just got to get over "The Divide" first thing today!!
6, jus down 10 a few miles is Separ rd
Exit 42.... This is part of Cannonshot's Continental Divide Trail.
If you are looking for stuff to do in Tucson, Take the Catalina Hwy up Mt Lemmon.
You can thank me later.
I don't want the hard work part of it. I want the riding part of it.
I ended up doing Information Assurance for three years. I thought several times that the business end of a .45 looked like a good way out. Kidding, for me that was a miserable existance. Several years prior to that I was the USG range officer when we did Minuteman and Polaris Launches out of Kodiak, AK. No boss, definied set of safety rules and a crew of "can do" guys! Best job I have ever had, I was single at the time so spending months of each year on the road was not an issue. Sadly the USG doesn't launch from there anymore.
All I know GSA Pilot is thanks to your work travels to FL "89" is my new favorite number...
I say you, me, Charles, and any other local inmates make a run next year to Dayton Beach 2014. My favorite... Number 8 was in the twisted tea contest. She's 4:16 on the vid
Myrtle Beach is in May, not as crazy because no Spring Break but closer.
Very tempting. Did Daytona for college spring break before I had a bike. We hit Daytona at the tail end of bike week, so it was leather boots meets flipflops. My roommate (who had a bike) and I hit the bike races at Daytona. Awesome time, as were the biker bars where anything goes. It would be great to hit Daytona on 2 wheels...and sit in traffic. Going to grad school in South Carolina we hit Myrtle which was its own experience....and still sat in traffic although next to some crazy bikes.
I get egg, cheese pie for dinner tomorrow night......
that's all I got. Can't comment on Lance's Harem.
Do not eat the whole thing in one setting
Then... don't do it again the next day!!
'Thanks for the intel Mary.
I think I learned my lesson......
I'll make it up to you by taking you both out to dinner when I do my Left Coast trip this September. oh and you need to lie to the wife better... "Honey you look just like her in the dark "
6 is in for the night. Stopped in Pahrump!
6, spaces 19 and 20 are ours. When you roll into PSR the gas station is on the left. Park there and walk over to the spaces. The road into the campground is off camber and gravel. When you enter the campground take the first left, and we are the first two spaces on the left. Take where ever you can find trees for the hammocks.
I will be on the road 8 - 9 time frame.
I will be sans dog, it is going to be low 90s in the valley on Saturday.
He has a very short day tomorrow.
Oh my... low 90s sounds like heaven.
Have a great time y'all.
At least he is missing all the friggen snow we have ..
We got 10" here at the farm
Click on Bob's sig line to track Six