Frank, Robin, Carla and I set out to Sandusky from Indianapolis on Friday June the 5th.
The plan was to take back roads or avoid the interstate.
All was well until less than 100 mile from Sandusky we got rained on a little, but the rain did not last long and we never really got wet.
We pulled into Sandusky around 4:30 pm and checked into the hotel and freshened up a bit then went exploring. Stopped by Mad River Harley to check out the venders and the bikes. Off to downtown to see what music and activities could be experienced.
After wandering around for a while and stumbling across a band with a female lead singer that was “more than a handful” and was trying to hit the high notes with the help from an inhaler. It didn’t help.
Then we found a couple of empty bar stools at an outdoor bar behind the stage and surrounded by venders and crowds of people doing what people do at biker rallies.
Then some people came up beside us at the bar trying to get drinks and we said we would get the bartenders attention for them, they said not to worry the bartender was her niece and the other girl with them was the sister and their husbands. Turns out they are locals and we talked and drank and talked long enough to close the bar and go with them to a local spot or two and closed that one down too.
Turns out they publish a motorcycle magazine called RidinOn. Check them out.
So day two rolls in before you know it and off we go to Marblehead Lighthouse.
It was windy that day and cool. Did I mention it was cool? Along the way we stumbled across a winery and stopped for a snack and a taste of the local flavor.
Very good stop!
Next stop Margaritaville
Do I need to say we had a good time? or should I just let you assume.. Thanks to Robin and Frank for going along and this blog wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Jasmine Cain and her Kick Ass Sound.