Was good to see Joe during his brief visit to Dallas. He helped work on SpineDr's LT, to which we added J-Pegs, HID high beam and MotoLight Caliper Lamps.
BeemerRiderBob stopped by for a while, and brave soul that he is, even let Joe ride his treasured R100 & side hack around the neighborhood.
KeithTXDallas came over after work, and he, Messenger13, SpineDr, and yours truly took a jaunt up to Marietta, OK to McGehee's Catfish Restaurant. The fish disappeared quite quickly and the plate kept magically refilling. We tried to get back to catch some ice cream at Carvel, but they were closed by the time we returned.
Back at the house, Joe and I put tools away and cleaned up a bit. Of course, Guinness Draught was involved. Looked at the clock, almost 0200.
Up early, we met Bruce for brekky at Pete's Cafe in Carrollton. Joe's instructions to the waitress -- "bring me food, I don't care what it is." The waitress called Joe some names at various intervals during our visit.
Back to the hose, where Joe packed up and loaded his gear onto his trusty GT, off to meet Deacon Channing ("CFell") at the Hard Eight for some Q. Between the incoming WX and not feeling so well, I bowed out. Good thing, too. Storms here were torrential, and the house three doors down from me got struck by lightning. Yikes!
I got a phone call that the Q was excellent, and that they made it safely back to Deacon Channing's home in Round Rock, just north of Austin.
Glad you stopped by, it was a lot of fun. Godspeed and safe travels, Joe, until out paths cross again.