4th Annual St. Patty’s Day Bike Ride
Saturday March 24th, 2012
Yes… it might be snowing!
Most definitely, it will be cold!
Yes…. we are all a little crazy!
And YES there will be Green S**t Margaritas!
Hosted By : Gayla Greis
Please RSVP to email@example.com (new email address) I need to give the restaurant a heads up to how many people will be there. Call or email for directions to starting destination.
Time: High Noon
Starting Destination: Father Greis’s House (Gayla’s new/old stomping grounds)
(Start with Dad’s famous
chilled Irish Jaeger Meister Shots)
303 W. Zedler Lane
Mequon, WI 53092
Ending Destination: Highland House
12741 North Port Washington Road
Mequon, WI 53092
Drinks you are on your own (we usually chip in for the pitchers). Irish coffee and desert will be served after the ride. A few desert donations would be appreciated – you don’t want to rely on my baking skills!
For those who have never been on the ride – green attire is requested. If anyone can out do Sue C. and Laura K. in St. Patty’s day bike and body decorations.... I say, bring it on! Prizes will be awarded for best outfit and best bike decoration.
We will ride unless it is raining or blizzard conditions – yes we ride if it is snowing. Mountain bikes or a sturdy bike are suggested since I can’t guarantee the road condition. Bike pumps will be available. This is a leisure ride - dad’s maximum speed is 8mph so don’t worry if you are new or think you will be lost or left behind – you won’t. Ride is around hmmm 3, maybe 8, oh I guess closer to 100ish miles (don’t tell Judy how long the ride is). Actually, one way is about 5 miles from dad’s house.
For those who just want the margaritas without the satisfying loss of calories, the utter enjoyments of riding with people as crazy as you, and the added enjoyment of looking like the green version of the Ringling Brothers Circus act, feel free to meet us at the restaurant (estimated time 1:30)
-Gayla Greis & her Pops
"As you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters never point in the wrong direction!"