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    Georgia Guidestones
    on: Feb 04, 2019, 04.09 pm
    Feb 04, 2019, 04.09 pm
    Completed a destination ride to see the Georgia Guidestones, late last year.  Around 750 miles round-trip.  There are any number of websites with explanations of their purpose.  I think that it's guidelines for the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse...  Here's another:

    https://vigilantcitizen.com/sinistersites/sinister-sites-the-georgia-guidestones/

    In any case it was a good day ride, mostly back roads, though it was foggy from early dark thirty until about 1300.  It's up on a hill and the fog kind of limited the view.  Home in the dark, but at least it was no longer foggy!





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    Re: Georgia Guidestones
    Reply #1 on: Feb 04, 2019, 06.14 pm
    Feb 04, 2019, 06.14 pm
    That's Waco, Texas Saturday weather!!! :745:
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    Re: Georgia Guidestones
    Reply #2 on: Feb 04, 2019, 06.50 pm
    Feb 04, 2019, 06.50 pm
    I see you have a laminar lip on your screen, I had one of those once  :138: I bought it last year for a trip up to Scotland. Put it on and left it a week to bond. Going up the M74 about 90mph with my visor up suddenly it decided it didn't want to go to Scotland with me, it came off hit me in the face and then somersaulted  over my head right in to a very nice and very expensive Mercedes behind me !!!
    That was £89 well spent!  :157:

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    Re: Georgia Guidestones
    Reply #3 on: Feb 04, 2019, 07.57 pm
    Feb 04, 2019, 07.57 pm
    *Originally Posted by trophied [+]
    That's Waco, Texas Saturday weather!!! :745:

    Could be...  When you get on those little county roads with woods on both sides, in the dark and thick fog, it's hard to tell where you're at, at times.  Twilight zone...

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    Re: Georgia Guidestones
    Reply #4 on: Feb 04, 2019, 08.03 pm
    Feb 04, 2019, 08.03 pm
    *Originally Posted by leathers999 [+]
    I see you have a laminar lip on your screen, I had one of those once  :138: I bought it last year for a trip up to Scotland. Put it on and left it a week to bond. Going up the M74 about 90mph with my visor up suddenly it decided it didn't want to go to Scotland with me, it came off hit me in the face and then somersaulted  over my head right in to a very nice and very expensive Mercedes behind me !!!
    That was £89 well spent!  :157:

    Knock wood, but I haven't had any problems with it - I've had it installed for about three years now.  The couple times I've removed it, I had to pry the Dual Lock apart with a flat tip screwdriver.  It's held on at 100+ mph - I don't think it's going anywhere.  I had a Lip on my previous BMW with the same results.   :002:
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    Re: Georgia Guidestones
    Reply #5 on: Feb 07, 2019, 02.47 am
    Feb 07, 2019, 02.47 am
    Been to Elbert County, Georgia, have you.  :017: There's nothing else there except for this weirdness. (Some dude paid for his version of "Stone Hinge" to be built there.) Elbert County is the self professed "Granite Capital of the World". Of course there are more than a few counties in Georgia that claim the same. (Bunch of granite in Georgia. Search "Stone Mountain, Georgia" and you'll see.)

    Another county in Georgia claims to be the marble capital of the world too. Except there, the dang roads are stained with marble dust, both white and pink. Kind of cool really.

    I wish I had known you were up in my hood! I could have shown you around a bit.  :821:

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    Reply #6 on: Feb 08, 2019, 12.00 pm
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    *Originally Posted by PhilInAthens [+]
    I wish I had known you were up in my hood! I could have shown you around a bit.  :821:

    Hey Phil, I make it up that way every once in a while - I'll give you a shout the next time.
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