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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by sallydog, Mar 3, 2020.
Seems like everyone had a blast ..
Great photos Thanks for sharing..
It appears that on Saturday I just escaped the rain on my way out. When I crossed the Mason Dixon the 'Threat for Wet' diminished. So I spent the rest of the day frolicking around the Laurel Highlands.
Great BYOB! Even though the campground was questionable at best. Great to meet new people and can’t wait for another social distancing event Hope everyone made it home safe! Ride on
Thanks for leading the ride Scott. It was nice to meet you. Tim, it was nice meeting and talking to you also. I might have to hit you up on some of your meat canning recipes.
Cheers. Be safe everyone.
Tim .... great meeting you to! Hope we can do it again soon! More great roads to be had in that area. I actually hit some dirt for a couple of hours late Saturday. Ride safe
Some from the ride home. Cowans gap state park and US 40 yesterday Maybe I’ll be home tomorrow. Good to see you all.
I just had a vision of you frolicking around in a meadow. Wasn't a good vision. But it was good seeing you over the weekend!
I would frolic with Jeff B in a heartbeat. Didn't hang out with him enough this weekend....
And yet another vision I can not un-see! Eye Bleach please!!
Yeah sorry for the early departure, but I did manage to miss the rain that I was avoiding.
When I got home I was checking out the radar and it seemed that the only rain clouds in North America were over top of you Guys.
And you bailed on us! Leaving us to pack up and leave in 50 degree rain. Some tough guy you ain't! LOL
It stopped raining Sun morning about 9.
Fog/clouds over the big wind turbines.
the pain in my foot is still real.
Thanks to all who helped load my stiff.
Riding in the rain has lost it’s luster.
That just means you have to spend more money on gear. I stayed dry enough, it was the 50 degrees that really sucked! Misjudged the weather, but had just enough layers to not go into hyperthermia. If my gear had failed and I was wet, this would be a different story.
on my way too the BYOB
Bean and his last min brake pad replacement
That's what we call "gittn' all the good out of it".
Hell, I didn't know he used brakes
@beantop What a great shirt !!!
Someplace in the forest around Carlisle
Home at last. The turkeys are happy to see me. I didn’t get around to see everybody but I think we had a larger turn out than the last few times.