Monday, March 2, 2009
We rolled up to Indy on Friday for one of the most enjoyable weekends of my adult life.
The critical mass was great, though cold. The open sprints were damned exciting, I nearly screamed my voice away (not sure of the cost, but it's definitely something I would like to try to bring to Bloomington). And after all that, we headed across the street for some duckpin bowling, $3.25 High Life bottles, and onion rings by the pound (also something Bloomington could benefit from...the duckpin bowling that is).
On Saturday, we made it over to the handmade show. Though it was a bit overwhelming, it did not disappoint. Naturally, I came away with a serious case of gawk-jaw.
Big thanks to Burd for getting the hook up on the Macaframa premier, which was wild. It's just too bad we only watched it once. I could have just hung out and watched it on repeat all night.
Tricking around at Pan Am was also a blast, still cold though.
REALLY BIG thanks to Shawn, Mike, James, and Chris for letting everyone invade their place for all the goings on. And, to Big Car Gallery for hosting ArtBike and the premier.
Tons and tons of fun.