Today's ride report

Discussion in 'Texas Bikers' started by Anonymous, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    After ten consecutive days of cleaning out a house we
    just sold, I chose to get out on the bike today.

    I began with a short ride to the Texaco station at NW
    hiway & Abrams for some fuel.

    From there, I proceeded to the tire store at NW hiway
    & Lullwater, for a tire check. Unfortunately, they were
    closed today, probably for the Superbowl holiday. So,
    I set out for my standby air supplier at the Columbia
    tire store. These guys are open 24/7, or it seems that
    way. The only problem is very few speak english. Not
    that I need a lot of communication with them for a tire
    check, but it would be nice to exchange a little conver-
    sation while there.

    After determining the tires checked out OK(which is
    surprising after the long dormant period, and the colder
    temperatures), I headed towards Keller's on NW hi-
    way.

    Once there, I see there are many bikes. As I look
    around, I see Big Ed waving to me. So, I order my
    standardized drink and began visiting with Ed. We
    discussed motorcycles, airplanes, tires, people from
    this group(how is Bill Walker anyway?), and just about
    anything that could be made into a conversation subject.

    Ed was there with a friend riding a 2004 Sportster. Me
    and the very friendly Sportster owner talked about the
    Harley's, the Harley dealerships, and his Sportster. The
    Sportster has always been my favorite Harley model.
    But, all my Harley buddies(at least most of them) have
    always talked down the Sportster as too small, or even
    as being a girls bike. ??

    As the time approached for the Superbowl game. Ed and
    his friend, as well as many others departed. I also left the
    Keller's property. But, I rode out to NWhiway and the
    intersection of Centerville, to look for a couple of cars
    we'd discussed earlier.

    From there, I took Centerville over to SH66, and head-
    ed west on 66 to transition into Forest Lane. From there
    I turned south on Abrams, and followed it home.

    All in all, I had a great ride, with some welcome weather
    for an early February. My total mileage was exactly 41.5.

    No secondary fuel stops were required.

    BTW.... Ed also informed me that Louie had bought a
    new Yamaha Stratoliner:
    http://images.google.com/imgres?img...=%2B%22yamaha+stratoliner%22&gbv=2&hl=en&sa=G

    It's a fine looking bike, and is probably just as flawless
    to ride.


    Thanks.
     
    Anonymous, Feb 4, 2008
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  2. Anonymous

    Mr. JayT Guest

    Mr. Anonymous reports::=BTW.... Ed also informed me that Louie had
    bought a new Yamaha Stratoliner:
    http://images.google.com/imgres?img...=%2B%22yamaha+stratoliner%22&gbv=2&hl=en&sa=G
    It's a fine looking bike, and is probably just as flawless to ride.
    Thanks., mr. Anonymous-----



    ==========Dern; anonymous, you revealed something that might get your
    ass whuped. Apparantly you were unaware, that Mr. Louieg, wanted this
    kept to himself, atleast not to be known on a public forum. What were
    you thinking?
    Did you forget that Big Ed, told you to keep this under your Helmet? I
    guess, 'you' dranked too much of your favorite traditional/standard
    Kellers IceTea, eh.

    BTW, I enjoyed your Ride Report.
    (hehe) Hope the hail', you got home in time to watch the SuperBowl, is
    what I'm talking about........ MrJayT--
     
    Mr. JayT, Feb 4, 2008
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  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Nope, I wasn't apprised of any such concealment.

    Sorry, but I kinda' doubt that the disclosure of this
    information will mark the end of the free world.
     
    Anonymous, Feb 5, 2008
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  4. Anonymous

    Mr. JayT Guest

    (anonymous) responds to M.JayT:
    Sorry, but I kinda' doubt that the disclosure of this information will
    mark the end of the free world.<

    =====No clue, huh? That's awright.
    You slipped it through maybe......<g>
    Mr.JayT=
     
    Mr. JayT, Feb 5, 2008
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