Monthly Archives: May 2020

Inpromptu Ride

Jeff called the other day to let me know he was on his way to spend Memorial Day with us. I never turn down a chance for my brother to visit. He drove his new (to him) car up since … Continue reading

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There’s Nothing Like Riding

I made a somewhat snap decision to go to Florence for the Memorial Day weekend. I left Friday afternoon about 4:20 Georgia time and got to my destination about 11:30 Alabama time (12:30 Georgia time). And since I had already … Continue reading

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194 Mile Round Trip

Today’s ride had several firsts of firsts. I planned the ride the capture two Tour of Honor sites and take pictures of two local Veteran Memorial sites that could possibly be used for future Tour of Honor sites. All told, … Continue reading

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CMA’s Catfish Lunch Ride

Today is the monthly chapter meeting. We haven’t met since February. We had an Officers’ meeting in March and last week, but no chapter meeting. And Homeside was finally open again too! Not many topics for the chapter meeting, and … Continue reading

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Who is John Galt?

As I have said, I am a slow reader. So, what do I pick? A 1000+ page novel, with very small font. I pick Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. This novel was mentioned in one of the travel stories that … Continue reading

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When the Fan Gets Hit

What do you do when you can’t ride? Well, that depends upon the situation. Is the weather of a sort that prohibits the act of riding? Nope. The weather Saturday was bright, sunny and just about perfect for riding. So … Continue reading

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