In excess of 100 Motorcycles turned this quiet little village into a mini-Sturgess Saturday, as seven or 8 minutes of single file motorcycles roared into town. The Captain's Wheel hosted the outsized group for lunch, which taxed the facility greatly, as over 150 people wanted service at the same time. The only excitement was an EMT call for a bee sting allergy, oh, and the hard working staff at the Wheel putting out record numbers of lunches and other refreshments.
Two hours later, most were gone, leaving only the ones that were enjoying the setting left, too laid back to continue on to wherever the next stop was planned. One could imagine the Town giving a great sigh as normality returned.
Photo by Taryn Hecker Thonpson.
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