Thursday, June 11, 2009

From The Phone

Would you looky there Whiskey found a new playmate. The ol' black stallion can still pick up the fillies!

Update: This little Road King showed up at the shop wanting to know if Whiskey wanted to go for a ride. How could he say no to such a pretty face? So I thought for a minute about where to go and came up with this little park. When the river is lower you can ride across that little dam but it doesn’t go much of anywhere. In fact it leads right in to… wait for Ms. IHG… a CORN field! The bonus of going here is I get to ride the Cummings Highway, one of my favorite roads. You might remember that name from another post I did sometime back.

A lot of people were there wetting a line but that was about it. During the hour spent enjoying the sound of the river not a single fish was pulled in. The funny part is just above this little dam I counted no less then ten fish jump out of the water. I had to teach a young dumb kid about driving fast through water when his car stalled after blasting through the water. Water drained out of this car for a half hour before it would start again. I just stood there and told him do this and do that. Hey I was off work with a cold one. No way I was going to let him ruin my peaceful time!

I hope everyone enjoys Posts From The Phone. I just like sharing some of the nice country side we get to ride in here. I do post them right from the spot they are taken at the time they are taken. Have a great weekend and I hope you get to get out for a nice ride yourselves.

fasthair

9 comments:

Mr. Motorcycle said...

Aaaaawww, Isn't that cute!

IowaHarleyGirl (Stephanie) said...

That's soooooooo sweet!!! :)

Willy D said...

That lucky Pig! Maybe they’ll make you a new Sporty.

mq01 said...

nice, fasthair, very nice... :)

Ann said...

How cute!

Dean "D-Day" said...

Aww...I'm a sucker for a love story.

Jack Riepe said...

Dear Mr. Fasthair:

I decided that if your bike could find a girlfriend, so could mine. So I started leaving the garage door open and gave the Beemer some independence.

This was a mistake. In one two week period, the K75 came back with three frowzy metric bikes (Italian, German. and British), while developing a taste for high test Warsteiner. "Fireballs" also got a tattoo and a rash.

The link to the park was cool. Have you ever camped there or stayed in one of the yurts?

Fondest regards,
Jack "r"
Twisted Roads

Baron's Life said...

A motorcycle romance...how lovely, I wonder whatthey gonna call their baby....

Motor-head Lady said...

very nice Sir Fasthair :-)
I love the phone posts.
MHL