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post #1 of 5 Old 08-15-2017, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Sunday Ride for a Burger and Ice Cream

Headed over to Ripley, Ohio from my base in Northern Kentucky on Sunday. What a perfect day for riding! This September-like cooler weather in August is incredible.

Fresh pavement on Kentucky 22 between Falmouth and Willow.










The big 1/2 lb. double cheeseburger is called the Fats Domino. I went for the 1/4 lb. Bogart Burger. Miracle Whip? Lol. It was still a decent burger.


Single dip Butter Pecan.




Ohio River


Back to old Kentucky and burley tobacco.




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Nice report.

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Great photos too, you appear to live in a very green and scenic part of the States.

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Thanks. We get a rather consistent level of rainfall and a lot of sunshine in warmer months, so there is a long growing season. The topology is formed by erosion of ancient limestone seabed, so the terrain is hilly with lots of curvy roads and open farmland.
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