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- March 3, 2024 | 3:00 PM414A Mary Esther Cut Off NW, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548, USA
- March 10, 2024 | 2:00 PM625 Eglin Pkwy NE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547, USA
- March 17, 2024 | 1:30 PM625 Eglin Pkwy NE, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547, USA
- Last Sunday was Fun we do it again Sunday 9 am GTD
Sir Tim is leading the Merry Group of Escapees from Reality . Enterprise AL is the hoped for target and Reds Country café is lunch. Sir Tim says 130 up, more direct back. https://www.facebook.com/redscountrykitchen/ See some pictures from last weeks Adventure thanks JoeJoe
- Sunday is going to be sweet
Weather is looking the best it has in weeks. So gather em up at GTD at 9 am and we are riding. Where right now its up in the air. Sir Tim W has shown us a bunch of new places to ride. So we do need a place you folks would like to have lunch. I have a few in mind, no matter, lets enjoy the day, see ya there.
- Shake Off the Raindrops & Freeze Ride
A merry band of eight Sandies on an assortment of bikes rode through Crestview, Milligan, and Florala for lunch. Local residents are left questioning their eyesight, and wondering if the circus was in town. There were three (Honda) Goldwings, a pair of Can-Ams, a BMW, a Harley-Davidson, and a Victory. All eight pilots were bundled in an assortment of textiles, leather, and gasp electrically heated layers of gear. We started the ride with temperatures in the upper 30’s, and because it’s Florida the humidity was still around 50%. George and Sam led the group. They made sure we stayed on the move so we didn’t have much time to think about the frigid temperatures, our bladders, or just how long it had been since breakfast. Tony G was filming the shenanigans of the group, and telling tales of the recently retired. JoeJoe took up residence in the middle of the pack to get still photos of the group. JoeJoe awards bonus points to himself for the most awkward photos he can publish. Mark S was out with us. He was sharing stories of his recent travels and showing off his battery heated gear. “Sacrificing” the convenience and portability, Greg L and Tommy N showed the rest of us how to travel in the cold. Full on heated gear with multi-zone adjustments. Tommy reminded us that it’s always 74 degrees, even at 60 mph under his jacket. After circling Lake Jackson, we stopped for lunch at The Depot in Florala, AL. We had a great meal and super service. Mostly we were happy to be warm, but that doesn’t take away from the great job the staff did at handling us right at opening time. Kudos to the team there, everyone we saw was professional and courteous. If you are ever out that way, I highly encourage you to stop by and give them a try. With full bellies, we headed back to our homes. To change things up a bit we cut back towards Mossy Head instead of Laurel Hill. After leaning into a few curves and feeling the day starting to gather some warmth, we parted ways along the way. It was a good time with friends, and it was great to be out on the bike in February.
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- SDMC member Sharon Woods memorial
< Back Sharon Woods 1959 - 2020 Sharon Dimmick Woods, 61, of Fort Walton Beach, peacefully passed away on December 12, 2020 surrounded by loved ones, after a difficult battle with Covid-19. Sharon was born on June 8, 1959 to Dennis and Annie Dimmick at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. Sharon graduated from Fort Walton Beach High school in 1978. She was a loving wife, mother, and namaw who was a very caring person and well-liked by all who knew her. She will be dearly missed by those who loved her. Survivors include her loving husband, Robert S. Woods of Fort Walton Beach. Daughters and Son in law, Nichole and Dave Vaughan of Fort Walton Beach and Hayley Woods of Fort Walton Beach. Grandchildren Alivia and Cannon Vaughan of Fort Walton Beach. Sister Kathy Warden of Dayton, Ohio and nieces Jennifer and Melissa. Sharon logged 41,544 miles as a Sandie and will forever be remembers by all of those fortunate enough to ride with her. Previous Next