Is It Hump Day Or Ride Day?

A while back, I helped a friend do the 12,000 mile service on his BMW K1200LT.  When I got home I found that I had his 14mm allen socket in with my tools.  I needed to get it to him.  What a great excuse to meet him and go for a ride!  And since it was Wednesday why not call it a Hump Day ride?

Mike and I met this morning at the Dunkin Donuts in Woodstock, GA to have a ride to lunch.  We rode under a cloudless, blue sky with temperatures in the mid sixties (F).  It did cool to the upper fifties (F) as we rode over Burnt Mountain on GA HWY 136 but it’s always cooler up there.  Here in northern Georgia we’re seeing the leaves beginning to change to brown and red and even yellow in some areas.  At times leaves were falling like they were snowflakes.  For lunch we stopped in at Bigun’s Barbeque in Talking Rock, GA before we headed for home.

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3 thoughts on “Is It Hump Day Or Ride Day?

  1. my camel

    (think i left this comment with a photo in error.

    thanks Chris I really need that 14mm socket. 🙂 :).

    My Camel is all encompassing. First it’s my transportation-you know, a camel; second it has two humps (rider/passenger); third and most importantly, it’s MY NAME!! When pronounced quickly, Mike Hammel comes out sounding like My Camel.

    Had a great ride. thanks for finding the excuse to a) ride and b) return that crucial hex socket. the day was a good one for this old man!

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  2. Observations of a Perpetual Motorcyclist

    Best looking camel I’ve seen.

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