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Run to Ronnies

Our good buddy Billy Childress had the idea to put on a nice little ride this weekend from Winston-Salem up to Meadows of Dan, VA to a buddy of his named Ronnie who graciously opened up his shop and property for us to camp out and break bread for the weekend. The weather was perfect, super warm for October. This weekend was Trey's birthday so we had the perfect excuse. Rolled out Friday night with Loco, Travis, Josh, and Trey to Wake Forest, met up with Shop Rag and the Gorgeous George and crashed at Billy's out. Greeted by him and his lovely lady with all the provisions we needed for the night. Then rolled out right after Bo Time and hauled ass to Winston where we met up with Will G, the Butcher Chop and NSTC boys and everyone else at Centennial Trading Co. Then left out of there and hit the backroads to the Blue Ridge Parkway and ended up at Ronnies a few hours later. Set up tents, broke the bread and just had a good old time. All good dudes. Everyone we met was super cool. No entry fees or shit to buy. Just a good little run and get together like it should be. Thanks again to Billy, Toby and Ronnie. The Butcher Chop boys for rolling with us and coming through when Josh needed a trailer. Billy especially for giving up his bike so Winslow could ride it home. Next time hopefully Seth, Danny and Marc can make it. Can't wait to do this again.
































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