Our first 65 miles were ridden on wet streets and in light rain, but by the time we rendezvoused with friends at Seguin, 104 miles later, we were dried.
Another 100 miles of fantastic riding country found us at Armadillo Farm Campground, about a half-mile from the Harvest Classic.
After making camp, we decided to mosey on over to Luckenbach and see what was what, and what wasn't what.
It was still early, for the event, but not too early for music to be played and beer to be consumed. Security rode around on an invisible motorcycle making sure all was secure.
The vendors and the participants in the swap meet and bike show were still setting up. We left them to their preparations and met the Texas chapter of the Valkyrie Riders Cruiser Club, for eats.
1967 Honda CB450
Saturday, we decided to forego an organized ride, and take our own tour of the Willow City Loop, close to near-by Fredericksburg, TX. In the spring, the Loop is a favorite for bluebonnet runs.
No bluebonnets, this time of year, but some of the fenceposts were in bloom, probably due to recent rains.
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People live on the Loop, but you'd never guess by looking at the terrain.
The view is worth the ride, any time of year.
The fence is made of stone.
Now, I'm not sure what this is all about, but I suspect it has something to do with bragging rights.
Our tour of the Willow City Loop, completed, we rolled back to Luckenbach, to check out some motor cycles. Rather than post small pictures, I've posted them to my picture blog, Click on the link or the pic of the Harley to go to
Road Storyer (a Wordpress blog)
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Later, we stood around a campfire and spun mostly true yarns . The ride back to Corpus Christi could not have been better, we traveled some roads we hadn't seen before, and the weather was fantastic.
After all was said and done, the weekend was an unqualified success.