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Title:Girlie Motorcycle Blog | Fuzzygalore.com
Description:A girl and her motorcycle. Follow along for posts about motorcycles, traveling, road trips and roadside attractions. These are the adventures of a curious, thinky, weirdo.
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Girlie Motorcycle Blog Rider, curious and thinky person, lover of whimsy and weirdness - that's me. Sound good? Well then, you've got years of posts to sift through. Grab a cup o' coffee and get scrollin'. And don't forget to say "Hi!"
Daydreams in Motion
The Titan Quest 24-Hour Rally
The Greatest Road Sign #8230; In the World
The Zippo Lighter Museum
Bull Durham Ghost Ads and a Pink Elephant
Like a dumbbell, I brought my (3rd partially broken) point-n-shoot camera with its nifty 30x zoom with me #8230; but failed to charge the battery. One day I #8217;ll get this all right, but this? This was not that day. And so I was left to take pictures with my iPhone and my GoPro which on the whole isn #8217;t really so bad. But, the zoom situation can be a little less than optimal. I hope you can manage to suffer through these photos.
#8220;I come in peace. #8221;
Tucked within the recesses of my GPS #8217; favorites was something called #8220;BDS-32-54-04. #8221; Though I wasn #8217;t sure exactly what I would find when I pulled up, just by looking at the name I knew I #8217;d saved a #8220;Bull Durham Sign #8221; from the Mail Pouch Barnstormers site. That #8217;s their naming convention.
Wow, would you look at that? A tobacco ad that is loved, cared for and has been restored. Does that warm the ole ticker or what?
The kicker to my whole interest in tobacco advertising is that I find smoking and chew to be disgusting. I have memories of being trapped in the backseat of my parents car as a kid while they both puffed away in a blue-gray fog and it makes me want to gag. Apparently secondhand smoke wasn #8217;t much of a concern back then.
This one wasn #8217;t a GPS favorite or anything. I just happened to see it when I parked at the Bull Durham sign in Waverly, NY. I pulled around to the backside of the parking lot to get a better look. There is so much overlap, so much fade that I #8217;m not able to discern what #8217;s going on here. But the location came up on Barnstormers as having a Mail Pouch ad. The rectangle in the upper middle does resemble a Mail Pouch bag and I think I can see the word #8220;pouch #8221; on the upper left in yellow.
[edit]聽After googling soap ghost ads, I think that one of the layers may be for Ivory Soap. I found a soap add on Pinterest that tipped me off.
Towns like Waverly, NY that reach back a few hundred years and have a railroad line running through them seem to have the best shot at seeing ghost ads. Thinking back to other places I #8217;ve been, Waverly had that look much like Renovo, PA and East Liverpool, OH did.
Pressing east #8230;
I stopped to have a drink and a granola bar alongside a pink Elephant in Owego, NY. I mean, it really was as good a place to stop and take a breather as any, right? Maybe even better than most. It isn #8217;t every day that you get to bask in the glory of such a fine beast.
The cockpit of my faithful companion. I don #8217;t know if I took this picture on purpose or by accident, as I #8217;m wont to do. Either way #8211; the KTM is an excellent dance partner.
A lovely old sign in Owego provided me with some shade as I sipped and snacked.
Another Bull Durham sign perfectly perched above the olde tyme Harris Diner in Owego.
I didn #8217;t really explore or dilly-dally around Owego as I was running out of time to get back to meet Kenny. So I snapped a quick photo of a You Are Here mural while sitting at a traffic light and made my way out of town. If I #8217;m ever in the area again, something tells me I should have a closer look around. There are probably more roadsidey gems sprinkled through town.
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Red Rose and Crossing the Border at the Banana Curve
After leaving the Marie Antoinette Overlook, I continued on Route 6 to the town of Towanda, Pennsylvania.
My next stop would be for some breakfast at the lovely time capsule The Red Rose Diner. It sits 472 miles from Provincetown, Massachusetts on Route 6 to the east and 3180 miles from Long Beach, California to the west.
If you #8217;re in the area, don #8217;t skip it. It #8217;s worth stopping for a bite. The owner is a super friendly former rider who takes pictures of the travelers who belly-up to the counter for some grub before they set off again. Even if you try to resist. 馃檪
#8220;Ladies Invited #8221; made me snicker.
Everyone bags on hipsters. Artisanal this, artisanal that. But when I see lovely old things that might be made by hand like the center part of this cemetery gate with its gold lettering and swirly filigree #8211; I think maybe those beardos are on to something. Making beautiful things with your hands seems like a worthwhile endeavor. Everything doesn #8217;t have to be done in a bland, hurried way.
Now, I don #8217;t profess to know much about anything, really. But I know even less than that about this:
It #8217;s a #8230; dinosaur #8230; tree? Granted my thoughts go off on wild tangents every so often. One minute you #8217;re thinking about boiling an egg and the next thing you know you #8217;re remembering being in a basement in Italy. The brain is a mysterious thing. But I #8217;m not sure that I #8217;ve ever plumbed its musty depths so deeply that a lovingly painted, chainsaw-carved dinosaur tree would #8217;ve come to 3 dimensional fruition. This is the perfect example of why crazy people are awesome. They keep you guessing.
Look at this sweet baby lt;3 I can #8217;t resist stopping to say hello to donkey-friends. Even when they throw shade and sideways glance me.
I crossed the border from Sayre, Pennsylvania back in to New York but not before passing this sign outside of the hilariously named Banana Curve Diner.
Sage advice.
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The View From The Marie Antionette Overlook
On the surface you might look at things like Instagram as a time wasting folly. But I #8217;ve come to realize that as superficial as my scanning of photos may seem, it also provides me with idea-seeds.
My problem seems to be cataloging or having a tidy way to tie all of my idea-threads together. For a while I used Evernote. But there is something that I just don #8217;t like about it. Lately I #8217;ve been using Slack to digitally collect random snippets. I find it a nice way to collect, categorize and search things. Plus, I can just share stuff directly to a channel through iOS which seems to be half the battle.
All these #8220;systems #8221; I have in place to remember things #8230;::sigh:: #8230; I #8217;m not sure they really help. They #8217;re probably just ways to feed my addiction to information. But at least they reallocate enough mental drive space to the functional part of my brain that I need to ride my bike.
When I scroll through my digital notes and make the move to write something down on paper? That #8217;s when I know I #8217;ll be visiting it. Paper seems to be the thing that sets something in stone. Funny, isn #8217;t it? Why don #8217;t I just stick with writing things down on paper, you ask? Well, I #8217;ll tell you! I have no idea.
One of my more recent scribble-downs was the Marie Antionette Overlook along Route 6 near Wyalusing. It #8217;s just a hop skip and a jump from the Giant Chicken Army, actually. I #8217;d seen a photo of the stone turret-like structure looking out across the valley and over French Azilum and decided I should probably go and take a look at that one day when I was in the neighborhood. So #8230; I did 馃檪
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The Route 6 Giant Chicken Army
It #8217;s been a while since I posted any news from the front lines of the Giant Chicken Army. But that is about to change, my friend. On Route 6 in the town of Wyalusing, Pennsylvania I stumbled across a mass-gathering of the feathered fiends.
Behold!
Sweet holy moly. Stumbled across this on Route 6 unexpectedly. Tickled my fancy! #x1f60d; #x1f602; #x1f413;. . . #giantchickenarmy #giantchicken #metalchicken #rooster #metalrooster #route6 #pennsylvania #wyalusing #roadsideamerica #Pennsylvania #sanfordandsons #roadtrip #explore #roadsideamericana
A video posted by Rachael (@fuzzygalore) on Aug 14, 2016 at 1:14pm PDT
Apparently they come in all flavors :-/
Up the road a piece I also saw the tank unit. You #8217;ve been warned.
Other Posts about the Giant Chicken Army
The Route 6 Giant Chicken ArmyOn the Front Lines with the Giant Chicken ArmyRoad Tripping: A Fabulous Pennsylvania Roadside Animal MenagerieRiding the Titan Quest 24-Hour RallyFrom the Front Lines of the Giant Chicken ArmyThe Giant Chicken Army Chronicles - New Jersey EditionThe Ural Monkey and a Double Chicken Fantasy
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Making My Way Toward Route 6
When I woke up and looked out the window, there was a cool fog hanging over everything. The world around me was still asleep when I set off for the day. Because it #8217;s August I had only my mesh jacket #8211; which I suffered with for the next hour. I never would have imagined that even in the mountains it would have been cool enough in the 6 o #8217;clock hour to feel like I might need to switch on my heated grips. But #8230; it was. As my engine thumped, I gave the occasional shudder as a result of the cold.
While you #8217;re in the thick of things, you assume that your聽circumstances聽will be聽same everywhere. But often, if聽you just keep moving forward you can rise above the clouds and out in to a big hug of sunshine.
Riding out of the valley, I was treated to an incredible cloudless sky. Just behind me, the fog-covered valley along the river looked like the Maloja Snake.
There are so many lovely dirt roads that skirt the aprons of farms throughout northeastern Pennsylvania. I have persistent聽romantic notions about the lives lived in such places. It #8217;s probably best that I never investigate the truth and carry on with my na茂ve and wistful ideas. They help to shape聽my perception of聽the good life.
A year聽ago, I talked about how it seems that once you see something, it becomes easier to do it again. Over the last few weeks I #8217;ve experienced more examples of this being true. After never having seen聽the Starucca Viaduct until a few weeks ago, I found myself once more passing below its arches.
Could it just be that my brain subconsciously moved me through聽an area that was #8220;familiar #8221;? Probably. But I like to think it #8217;s some sort of magic. Life is more fun that way.
This gorgeous dairy farm was along the way towards聽Route 6. My romantic imaginings have it occupied by an overall-wearing聽farmer who drives a tractor with heart shaped smoke that puffs聽from its exhaust stack. The cows with flower-crowns sing in their stalls. Every day a scarecrow waves good morning.
When I finally made it to Route 6, my first stop was the聽tiny old Meshoppen Fire Department building. It looked like you could pick it up and put it in your pocket.聽Instead, I left it where it was for the next person to enjoy and kept going west.
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