Thursday, July 29, 2010

Mr Happy goes to The RiderWarehouse

The Mr. Happy Dude needed to stock up on some top secret gear
only available at the Riders Warehouse. Stay tuned...
Mr. Happy will be modeling his new duds soon.

Been meaning to stop at this fancy ass Frank Lloyd Wright gas station for years.

It's pretty cool. The toilets are up by the lounge.
Both were locked so no toilet pics.

It's located in Cloquet on the way to Duluth.

Here is Mr. Happy sporting his new Travel Bug tag.

One more thing checked off His list.
It won't be long now.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Wind Machine

Then turn the volume to 11...
Quick Ride from White SD across the boarder and into MN.
Goes through one of those places where they make the wind.
Took a bird to the helmet.
Music by the Brass Kings

Sunday, July 25, 2010


Breakfast @ Diamonds Coffee Shoppe
before that Bearded Lady thing.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Afraid of the rain

A little craigslist goodness for ya

Are you a weakling who is afraid to ride in the rain for fear of getting wet?
Tired of making excuses when your friends go riding on an overcast day?
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This suit is one piece for the ultimate weather protection that includes elastic sleve cuffs, stirrups to keep the legs from riding up, and a velcro backed zipper storm flap.
The nylon coated interior prevents the suit from sitcking to you like cheap rain suits do.
It is sized LARGE just like your kahunas will be when you ride in the rain. You can also leave your boots on with the zippered legs that have a boot cut.
Chest pocket, thigh pocket, and a clear map pocket on the thigh will hold the wads of money you'll save by riding your cycle instead of your car.
The black color lets even Harley riders maintain the look of cool while laughing at the weather. Cruiser, sport bike (crotch rocket), and touring approved.

Reflective striping saves you from becoming a speed bump to the four wheel coffin drivers.
Packs down to half the size of a soccer ball (weakling speak) or two 40 oz cans of Budwieser (Dude speak) or Bud Lite (Dudette speak).
It is like brand spanking new and has only been used twice, a ten hour monsoon ride to Elkhart Lake WI and back. That was back before my girlfriend made me stay home to do the dishes, dust furniture, and do her laundry.
Call (612) xxx-2050 to get your hands on this great deal for $40 so I can buy a subscription to Good Housekeeping or Better Homes and Gardens.

If this ad does not apply to you but does to your friend, do them a favor and forward it along to those who need it.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Uly Drive

The Lightning Masquerading as an Ulysses on Ullysses Drive.

So there I was... Scouting for a location for Mr. Happy's Travel Bug Hotel when I pass this cool looking next to no maintenance road. Photo op of the day.