A group of my biker buds rode off to the Outer Banks yesterday headed toward Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Bike Week. Work commitments and a recent vacation meant that a week away was impossible, but I was able to join them for part of the trip. We rode together for 3 or 4 hours, and then I turned around to head back home, riding on different roads. Dave plotted the route for me (he knows every road, I swear!) and I was in heaven.
It was one of those ideal riding days. The perfect temperature, a nice breeze, just the right amount of clouds, and of course, gorgeous central Virgina roads. I rode curves up and over the Blue Ridge Mountains, straightaways alongside fields of green and yellow, and through wooded areas which provided a canopy of trees over the road. Another plus: virtually no traffic.
I didn’t do a whole lot of stopping, but I couldn’t pass this structure without taking a few pictures. I did the best that I could with my cellphone because somehow I walked out of the house at 7:45am without my camera! WTH?!
I did make one other stop at Devils Backbone brewery, a favorite place to visit when we ride in this part of the state.
One quick beer and it was time to head home to do some chores.
What a day! 330 Miles of happy!
Thanks for stopping by today. I enjoyed visiting a bunch of you yesterday and hope to see more of your blog posts this coming week. I also look forward to sharing some photos from my trip to the Caribbean.