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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Daggy, Sep 28, 2008.
If he keeps bringing me drinks this good, then I don't much care really.
Well, I'm going to round off the evening with a measure of the Balvenie, 15 year old single cask. And it is very nice. Can't be bothered to try and put any better descriptors to it than that.
We should have a pie tour in 2013. A bit like that smoke chasing tour, but more casual. ie no money involved.
There should be points awarded for amount of pie places you visit. You should have to take a picture of your bike, in front of a pie place, and there should be a slice of pie in the picture as well.
To be honest, what I am getting at here, is that we should eat a hellla huge amount of pie next year.
I think that covers it, actually.
By next year I mean this year.
The prize for the one who eats the most pie and has the most pictures etc, should be a pie.
Team players that we are, we should all embrace this concept and generate worthy targets at all points of the compass.
Otherwise, I fear Prop may wear a rut between the Delta Diner and the chip joint in Ames.
Being the good engineer that you are you should start a thread with rulz. We can't have anarchy ya know.
And the Stockholm pie company. We need to find pie places to the west, also.
And everywhere else.
To be honest, my fascination with the Delta Diner is unlikely to diminish, even with this "Pie Cycle Derby".
Your prolly right. I'll get something started, at some point. Lemme think about it first a bit, prolly over a slice of pie.
Prop should make stickers...
A pie century sticker. 100 pie places with pics.
Whistle Stop Diner
Never been there but heard good things. Any place that calls themselves a diner better damn well have pie.
The hell would I ride all over the place for when I can bake a pie in two hours at home?
Yeah, why the hell would I want to ride to new and interesting places.
Live to Pie. Pie to Live.
Don't ride then. I don't give a shit. Stay in your kitchen in your skirt. But I like lemon meringue that actually has a meringue that has risen without the need for weird additives, and a lemony bit that doesn't just run all over the place, unlike your offerings.
And I like riding my bike.
Gravy is fabbo.
The Dam Store is Westish.
There does need to be some sort of incentive.
I'd better go there, and frankly you and Flash should come with me.
Jordie's Trailside Cafe makes tasty pie, and is over in the barnyardish region.
If anything, my plan for 2013 is to get the state park MC pass again and go to as many of them as feasible. Campfires are good.
License plate brackets are proven winners.