14 stallions gathered in The Gloom for today’s rendition of The Breakfast Club. Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, Emilio Estevez, and Ally Sheedy all opted for the Fart Sack even though temps were sunny and 70. Their loss. Old Glory flew proudly down Cary to Robinson to the park to the Police Memorial, then left on Park until the Shovel Flag was planted. More or less reverso on the way back with a slightly shorter route of Park to Shepard to Cary to S. Thompson and ET’s. Call it 4+ miles.
Number-am-a, name-a-ram-a, YHC took us out. Let’s keep The Hammer and his family in our prayers. Too young.
Another perfect weather day in the RVA today for a mosey through Carytown, home to the longest French Film Festival in the world. This thing may never end.
Good mumble chatter all around. YHC thanks the PAX for today’s omage to YHC’s father’s driving as he grew older – speed up, slow down, speed up, slow down. Toss in that the PAX doesn’t signal lane changes and has repeated discussions about the route, and YHC expected dear-old-Dad to be right there running stop signs with the PAX.
8-Ball thanks all who helped rummage around for a lost GrowRuck patch. Sorry to come up empty.