TALLADEGA SCENIC HIGHWAY ON MT. CHEAHA ~ ALABAMA ~ photo taken by Dianna Stover
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Monday, August 9, 2010

PIC OF THE WEEK - LIFE'S A BEACH!!

LIFE'S A BEACH!!
It's summer time in the south, and about the only way to stay cool is to be in the water! While we were riding around Lake Guntersville State Park back during the 4th of July, we noticed a few campers and picnickers taking advantage of that very thing. Considering it was a holiday, it wasn't crowded at all, and it sure looked inviting. I should have joined them, but I was having too much fun already doing what I do... and that's ride the Glide!

Alabama is blessed beyond measure with great rivers and lakes, and we ride around them often. I plan to share some of them with you very soon. I just have to park the Glide long enough to type, but you know what they say... "Life's a beach"!!

Have a great Monday everybody!

Lady R

6 comments:

Webster World said...

Great picture. You have an awesome week.

Arizona Harley Dude said...

Hope the work week flies by so you can get back to riding. Being in that water would be nice.

Eve said...

Yep that's the beach in Guntersville!! Great photo LR! I think riding is much for fun too!!

irondad said...

I've been in Georgia in July. Even the water was hot!

Lady Ridesalot said...

Webster... Thank you, I hope the same for you!

AZD... In two weekends, we get the use of a cabin on Lake Martin (one you saw). Can't wait... there's a couple of wave runners just dying to get played with!!!!

Eve... Lake Guntersville is beautiful. We'll be back!!

Irondad... Several years ago, when Harley and I still had our pontoon boat, we would stop out in the middle of some big deep water so we could feel the coolness. Around the docks and piers, it gets pretty warmish! Still better to be in the water than not!! :)

IHG said...

That's very purdy!