Sunday, July 24, 2011

2011 Tri-State Cohen Classic!

Arlene Zell, Ethan Forman, Donna Cohen, Drew Nelson, Lisa Hurley, Tam Cronin, Jack Gould, Kathy Beadle, Sheldon Brown, Brenda White, and Lynda Beaulieu at the Wallis Sands Beach stop en route to Portsmouth. (We picked up Brenda along the way!) After breakfast at Cafe Espresso, the group split with seven riders venturing on to Nubble Lighthouse at York Beach. A beautiful day with a light touch of rain at the start, and blasts of cold air along the coast to keep us cool. The heat didn't really kick in until after 1:00. A fantastic ride!

6 comments:

Tam Cronin said...

Congrats to Lynda, Lisa, Ethan, Arlene, Brenda, Kathy and Donna on reaching Nubble Light! Photos will be posted shortly. A great day and great ride! I especially enjoyed the cold blasts of air as we rode through Newcastle. Fabulous!.

Sprocket Girl said...

Beaulieu. But that's my maiden name. In a few more months, you may call me Lynda Fresolo ;-)

Tam Cronin said...

Ahhh... fixed that.

Anonymous said...

Saturday Salem ride:
Rumor has it that the ghost of Michael Kelleher the elder! was seen riding from Salem to Manchester with Av, the Prices, along with Lucy and Kate – the event was so shocking that the skies opened up and rained down on the 6 riders (with thunder and lightning)– kelleher says that he finished his BC academic work last Friday and he wanted to get in at least one ride b4 he volunteers in the PMC in 2 weeks – he also wanted to support those riders who rode the tri -state event – the 6 riders rode to Manchester where they also celebrated his return with a hugh craft fair!! and they visited singing beach and sung to themselves so as not to be fined for vagrancy!!

greetings to all
Michael

Tam Cronin said...

Your ears must have been burning too, because we were commenting on the Tri-state ride how much you've been missed this year. :-)

Anonymous said...

Congratulations, Mike, on your high achievement of completing your course work at B.C. I always believed that anything worthwhile requires hard work. And you proved it to me. Mazel Tov and love, Sheldon and Fran