Here's what's up with me...
My buddy, Greg called me up Friday night. Said he and a couple of other guys were trying to get together a ride for Saturday. I said, “That sounds like it would be fun.” So I sat down with my maps and tried to figure out a good run to go on.
Saturday morning came and my air conditioner at home had frozen up so I was feverishly working to get it to work when my other friend, David called. He said that Greg had called him and he thought a good ride to do would be the Peel Ferry/Rockaway Beach run. I told him that sounded like a great idea. He said he had a couple of his friends that had never been on that ride that would like to go. I couldn’t leave till I got my air conditioner to work and he said maybe I could catch up to them in route. So I left a little late to rendezvous with them on highway 412 just past
I thought everybody would be mad that I had taken so long, but when I got there my buddy, Scott’s bike (a Harley Electroglide classic) wouldn’t start. Nobody had the tool (a specialized torx wrench) to access the wiring to the starter button on the handlebars. Lucky for them Sharpie (that would be me) had the exact tool needed for the job. Scott took it apart and had it working in a few minutes. Everybody was really glad that I showed up.
We went down hwy 412 to the East with David in the lead and me toward the back. It was a fairly large group so I looked out for the people at the back and David took the lead. We went down to Harrison on hwy 65, cut across to scenic hwy 7 and headed north towards
We got to the Peel Ferry landing and found the Ferry was on the other side of
When we got to the other side of
Just past Forsythe we turned south on hwy 176 and curved our way down the side of the mountain into
When we left
When we left there we went straight over to hwy 60 and headed toward
Then we headed back down hwy 60 west all the way back to hwy 71 then back to