Monday, May 3, 2010

Wanna play hookey on Friday?

First off, didja vote for yer favorite T-shirt down there? You, yes, you, can influence just how we present our rockin' awesomeness to the world this year!

Bike Ride Opportunity this Friday!

As we did last year, we're gonna start from the Herman Miller 171st st. plant in Spring Lake, ride down to Holland, say hi to the folks at our favorite bike shop, eat some deep fried something-or-other, and then ride back. Distance will be right around 60 miles - we'll probably make sure we get 62 and change so we can call it a metric century - and I'm thinkin' we'll ride some more after in case you want to flesh things out a bit, and go visit Amy and Mel at their annual epic yard sale.

Start time? Oh, let's say, 9 a.m. That ain't at all chiselled in stone, though we won't want to leave too much later than that. And if you want to ride less, but still with the group, lemme know and I'll figure out a rendezvous place and time...


5 comments:

Kirsten said...

*grumbles* *kicks the dirt* Stupid 25k race the next day had better be freeking' awesome, after giving up all the fun stuff I have sacrificed recently in order to run "well" on race day in some crappy forecasted rain/wind/cold garbage....*harumph*

J D Stone said...

Currently my Friday is open, if it stays that way, I'd love to ride ride ride!!

Tom said...

Carnival food!!! Count me in. I can hear the elephant ears, hot dog on a stick and cotton candy calling my name. All I'll need is a SAG wagon to bring me back home. Does anyone know how many carbs in an elephant ear? Probably should pack another vial of insulin for the pump.

Katie said...

Nicole & I both used to work in an elephant ear stand in the summer. We did corn dogs too.

Nicole said...

Yes, our days as carnies....what fond memories I have of greasy-bottomed shoes, cinnamon sugar in places it shouldn't be, and impatient customers at the Baby Food Festival in Fremont. Those were the days.