Thanks for the recap, Fred!!Spring riding is in full bloom
...met the Billy's regulars and talked shop today! It was good to see everyone. TexTom arrived on his new Triumph TigerXR 800. Congratulations on the awesome striple.
It seems that March has the TWTEX forum bursting with riding activity as folks are taking extended tours to all points west and south. Talking about the south, longtime Billy's enthusiasts ThomasM and JeffS are riding to Copper Canyon this month with a stop-over at Uncle's Big Bend Ride.
Forum member Axolotl and several other local TWTEX members are also heading to Mexico to the historic town Real de Catorce the next several weeks. This 'ghost-town' in the high and dry expanses of northern San Luis Potosí state was once a thriving silver mining settlement. It is located around 9,000 feet of elevation.
There is also a more formal ride planned to Mexico in June by the Texas Adventure Group. Mexico offers diversity of terrain almost unmatched in North America!
For those wanting to stay closer to home, there is the annual International Yamaha Tenere Meet and Ride in Kerrville, Texas on the April 13th. weekend.
Finally, there is one dude who just finished dual-sporting...on the ocean. He met some cool surfers along the way. Seriously, this is not a pipe dream. Check out the video below in full screen if possible.
Pipe Dream on KTM
Chili cheese fries are a risky proposition at best Jeff S. I stick with the safe and very satisfying veggie sandwich, aka adult grill cheese on rye. However I do want to try my first banh mi at the park sometime.I made the mistake of eating at Billy's last week. GOTTA stop doing that. Billy's food always sounds good, then I pay for it for the rest of the afternoon.
I'll be at the trailers around the corner from Billy's about noon. I'll walk over to Billy's after that.
I need to check in day of to see what's going down down at the trailers. Dessert doughnuts are always a good thing.OK - I'm in town and IN for the trailers at noon.