Monday, February 25, 2008

Artist's Rendering UPDATED!

For whatever reason, lunar eclipses have never done it for me. I just can't get that excited about a shadow. I get much more excited about riding bikes on cold winter nights with fun loving people in ski masks.

Whether you love lunar eclipses or not, if you like riding bikes on cold winter nights with fun loving people in ski masks, you would have had a blast on Fiasco #35. I know I did. 35 well insulated FBCers met up at Turtle Park, many of them were there in time to see me snap the crank arm off Peat's Specialized Hard Rock. At 11:00 sharp (really) we left Turtle Park and Peat scootered to Bri Zone for a quick bike change. From there we rolled effortlessly down the West Park hill and across quiet streets to Off Broadway for rock music and cheap beers.

I only took one photo this time. Its a good one. Cole and Jackie with their ski masks on mugging for the camera. I would post it here, but the photo is still on Christine's memory card, which is still in her camera, which is probably sitting peacefully on her desk at her apartment. Meanwhile I am at work, which is to say I am in Ms. McCombs room at Central Visual and Performing Arts Highschool. These fact makes it impossible for me to upload the photo at this time. I did however create a hand drawn rendering of the photo which I now present for your approval. It will hopefully tide you over until the actual photograph can be retreived from the memory card of Christine's camera and uploaded on the internet.

UPDATE: The photo has been recovered. Please enjoy.


Sunday, February 17, 2008

Bright Ideas?

Full Moon Fiasco #35 is Wednesday, February 20th 2008.
Meet at Turtle Park around 10:30pm. The ride leaves at 11:00pm sharp.

If anybody has any bright ideas about a good destination, let me know.


Friday, February 15, 2008

Caution Bollards Ahead

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Cold Beer Anyone?

Its cold outside. Lets tow a keg to Fast Eddie's.
Saturday February 9th. We leave Turtle Park at noon.

There is a catch. Unless you have talked to me or Scott, you need to line up your own way of getting home, or find your own place to stay.

Last year Peat and Brian rode to Fast Eddie's, had some king deweys and big elwoods and then just rode back to St. Louis that night, in a snow storm, so that Brian could go to the symphony the next morning. So that is an option.

When we did this ride last year it was almost too much fun. Don't miss it.

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