A singing tribute to this year’s East Coast Greenway ride

 

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The WAY warriors prepare to battle the bridge over the Ashley River and then Highway 17

Sing along to “The 12 Days of Christmas” for this one.

Three of us had a bit of fun while on the few quiet roads between the highways this afternoon and then finished it before tonight’s final dinner. So much material ended on the cutting-room floor!

Maybe you had to be there to appreciate the references to the weather, the state of the roads and more … but here it goes:

On the first day of WAY tour, Dennis gave to me

Dexter with The Greenway flag

IMG_1296(And so on, with the second day, etc.)

2 live snakes

3 dead deer

4 feet of glass

5 fab’lous trails

6 cyclists tumbling

7 finished tours

8 squashed armadillos

9 melted Clif bars

10 knee-deep puddles

11 lost riders

12 stinky jerseys

 

About alliumstozinnias

A gardener (along with the Brit) who has discovered there is more than hybrid tomatoes. And a cyclist.
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2 Responses to A singing tribute to this year’s East Coast Greenway ride

  1. Buzz Shattan says:

    End each verse :
    “….Annnnddddd a weird logo with a downward-growing pine tree”

    Congrats on finishing !!
    Hoo-ray hoo-ray!!

    WAY riders’ conquest of Georgia most audacious since General Sherman’s march to the Sea 150 years ago
    Can’t wait to get the full download when I see you next in person

    Like

  2. Pingback: Day 7: 53 miles from Marathon to Key West | Exploring by bicycle

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