The weather was perfect. The temperatures were just right for wearing your gear and having a comfortable ride. "Leather weather" was what we used to call those days. We set out on back roads with a destination in mind.
On the way an apple tree became an impromptu stop and a nice spot for a break. The sidecar rig rolls pretty well down the mountain. That Stella was doing a great job of keeping up. The apples weren't bad either.
buddy 170i is parked out front. He got to the top of the mountain first....THIS time.
After a beautiful ride off the top of the mountain. We stopped to look at an iron furnace and take a few pics.
I think Cody was enjoying the cafe racer Yamaha.
After remounting the bikes, it was time for a place more fun than a puppy!
Mr. Eds Elephant Museum. A great little roadside attraction for candy, unusual soda, and a collection of elephant trinkets you just have to see.
After an infusion of sugar and sweets. We needed some real food before the sugar coma kicked in. A few miles down the road to the Lincoln Diner for lunch.
A few of our riders had to head home after lunch. So, the rest of us did a mini-tour of the Gettysburg battlefield for our out-of-town visitor.
We checked out a few of the battlefield's little known secrets; dinosaur bridge, the castle, and even a rock you aren't allowed to walk upon. These were just some of our stops.
If you missed it; shame on you. The weather was PERFECT. The ride was nice, and the stops were fun. See you on the next one!
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