As I'm crossing the road to get my photo a gentleman comes around the corner of the house and asks if he could help me with anything. So I say "If you're the driver of this limo, then yes." He says he is and I ask if I could get his picture with the limo (extra points in the scavenger hunt for a driver). As you can see by the picture above, he was happy to help.
Then he insists on getting my photo with the limo. Afterwards we get to chatting. His name is Tony and he and his wife are owners of the limo, a store, a bed & breakfast and some other things. His store was closed, but I got to see the inside while he was hunting for flyers and their business card. I've got some to hand out to people. They have a little shop with an eclectic array of items. If I remember right, there was even some Harley Davidson Beer Cans. It was fun looking around at all there was. Many things they sell are made locally. I spied some tie-dye shirts hanging on the wall, with a color - bet you can't guess ;) - I liked. Well, they didn't have my size, but I've put one on order. If you guessed "purple," then you win . . . a Biker Betty high five, lol. These shirts are made locally.
How about that neat old motorcycle above? I forgot what model Tony said it is.
So, if you ever make it to Victor, Colorado and need a place to stay, you might want to look into this. Above is the info. Tony was more then happy to have me post all this info for you. You can click on the picture to read it better. At this time, they accommodate 2-4 people in the bed & breakfast. It's a cute little house that is attached to their store.
Just outside of Victor are old abandoned mining buildings. Above is one of them. This is an area rich in history. It was a fun day to be out riding and I met some really nice people.
So, fellow MSR'rs, if you still need a limo for the scavenger hunt you can look up Tony. He'd be happy to help you.
Wishing You Adventurous Journeys,