By mistakeI was meaning to let you know we had made it to the event even tho you wrote us off
Saul GoodmanBy mistake
I'm glad ya'll made it.... I dont have any xtra tye dyed shirts left....Pat bought em both...but I do have some blue lime & tangerine xtras if ya want one
Even though I wasn't able to stay for the weekend, I thoroughly enjoyed the fellowship and riding on Thursday and Friday. Rod, thanks for leading us around Thursday. Burger at Alamo Springs was excellent! I think the goats follow after you find some of these back roads because they could surely never find them on their own.Youre surely missin what hasta be one of the best ones yet.... Tenereacity ....and Strom A Thon....
MrgreenGenes said he had a flat on his way home to Waco....4 miles west of Adamsville....found a tack
I've only made the last three or four, this one was hands down the best of the ones I've attended. Kudos to everyone involved. Mad props to Rod for organizing and Steve for leading our group. I call dibs on being in Steve's group for next year.
After lunch in Blanco we got asked by a 75-80 year old woman, "where you old farts from??!!"
Rod, there seems to be an infinite number of rural, twisty, uninhabited roads in the Hill Country and you know at least 98 percent of them. I enjoyed following you at the Rally. As I was riding through all of the beautiful scenery I was thinking this is going to end soon. So, it was good to the last mile.The long & winding road
Thanx Robert...for stayin out with me for a bit longer this afternoon
Well said Robert! You summed up my feelings well.Rod, there seems to be an infinite number of rural, twisty, uninhabited roads in the Hill Country and you know at least 98 percent of them. I enjoyed following you at the Rally. As I was riding through all of the beautiful scenery I was thinking this is going to end soon. So, it was good to the last mile.
Thanks for ramrodding the Rally. You brought happiness to a lot of people.
A special thanks to Mr2mch for pulling this all together for our benefit.
I had a great time, and it was nice to reconnect with old friends and acquaintances and make new ones.
A little windy on Saturday but otherwise great weather, especially compared to what was going on not too far away back in DFW.
It was nice leading and riding with great riders like (in no particular order) Multisurface Rider (both days), Liteitup, RZ500, SanteFeTrailer, Texas Oil Man, MrgreenGenes, Zephyr, KamLeeR and DFW Tom. Thanks for leading us down on Thursday Rod.
Highlights for me on food were Alamo Springs Café twice and the Ole 300 BBQ in Blanco.
A person can spend a couple of days riding in the Hill Country without even getting close to the Sisters.
Camillo....I coulda sworn you came to one of the first Strom A Thons in Llano....A late note thanking Rod for the effort organizing this ride. This was my first time and certainly enjoyed.
But Loudon was mostly dry.... The 3 crossings out of ..oh 10-12 that did have water werent bad.....yetI noticed new signs around several popular motorcycle and bicycle routes coming back from the Stromathon on Sunday around Fredricksburg.
...almost everyone on TWTEX knows about the infamous low water crossings found in Texas...
Hey Thomas...sure glad ya'll joined in the fun last weekend.... Ya'll come back now...yahearTried to post images and nothing shows. One day I will figure this out.
And it was FUN!
Rod, I just moved to Waco and while in the process of moving was wondering if Butler made maps of the area. I'm definitely wanting to check out some of the stuff a little north of us but also anywhere around Waco and surrounding area's as well. Hope they listen to you and produce a list soon!& if you think the Hill Country stops around Llano or San Saba....NOT.... Ive been pesterin the Butler people about a Northern Hill Country map for quite some time now...
All the way up NWest of Ft Worth....more hills...plenty of skinny pavement...& gravel too
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