I say that Critter and OJ's bikes in front of real Civil War soldiers, (even if they're dead) counts as pretty close.
Wait, so is this the challenge or are we waiting on you to come up with another one?Had to go back and read that. Yep, challenge not met, here is the next Challenge.
Your bike, with you sitting on it, somewhere in The Sea of Tranquility.
JK! Give me a minute.
Times up, previous challenge winner or a mod should decide......The old challenge expired 4 days ago. :thumbsdown:
If the previous challenge winner doesn't come up with a new challenge by 8pm tonight (East Coast USA), I will come up with a new challenge.Times up, previous challenge winner or a mod should decide......
I think it would be better if you did NOT know the deceased.
Go pick out a veteran's grave that doesn't have any flowers or flags, one that has lain forgotten, and take the briefest pause out of your day and your ride, to put a couple bucks worth of flowers on it.
That would be a very small contribution to honor someone that helped give you the day you are enjoying, no?
I've just recently heard of that. We used to just leave a beer on the graves of friends. The ones that had graves. Now it's way too far to do that and I've learned that they'll never be out of my heart whether I leave something or not.There is actually a tradition for veteran grave visits.
Leave a penny on the stone if you visit.
Leave a nickel if you knew the deceased.
Leave a dime if you served with the deceased.
Leave a quarter if you there when the deceased passed.
I've left $1.35 on veteran markers.