The Dandy Daffodil Tweed Ride

March 18th, 2017

The Itinerary

The Itinerary

Vintage Daffodil
FRIDAY, March 17th
3:00PM-6:00PM
Our activities shall commence on Friday afternoon. Meet at Hellam’s Vineyard, 109 N. 1st Street, for early Check-In and to raise a pint or wine glass and celebrate the Saturday adventure.

— START/FINISH AREA DIAGRAM —

SATURDAY, March 18th
9:00AM-10:00AM
The Festivities continue in front of the La Conner Channel Lodge, located at 205 North 1st Street, at the most respectable hour of 9 (ante meridiem).

At 10:00AMSHARP!
We shall ride like the wind! Well… a slow, polite, and Jolly wind, anyway.
Stacks Image 3528
10:00AM - 2:00PM
We have been granted with a very horizontal riding surface. Many millennia ago, the ice age melted and produced miles of delightful riding. Alright the ice age had nothing at all to do with it, but there are plenty of smashing flat roads and beautiful scenery to savor. This will give you an ample amount of time to enjoy the ride.

11:00PM - 2:00PM The Picnic
After the photographs of daffodil’s are taken, you might fancy a picnic brunch mid way through the journey. Spread a blanket and enjoy a spot of tea and cookies. Perhaps a scone or lemonade? Maybe you’ll partake in a ripping good game of croquet or badminton?

2:00PM - 6:00PM The After Party
Our great adventure shall conclude around 2PM at the La Conner Channel Lodge. Not-so-coincidentally the very same location where we began and in close proximity to our Dear Friends at Hellam’s Vineyard where the hobnobbery and other diversions await! Isn’t it amazing how these things work out?
Inquiring minds may ask, why, Sirs, do you insist upon 10AM? To this we shall reply, that after a most thorough and scientifically sound analysis of the diurnal habits of the native tweed rider (Herringbonius Velocopedus), our team of experts have determined that they require increased social interaction, along with the quaffing of a plethora of potables and a variety of victuals. As naturalists, we desire to create as close to a natural habitat for these delicate creatures as possible. With this in mind, we propose that the Tweed Ride should have a Brunch Picnic! This will give those slightly more nocturnally-inclined individuals of the species time to catch up with us. So please BYOB (Brunch)!
Stacks Image 6200
Any proceeds collected from this revelry shall be donated to the Home for Wayward Orphans afflicted with that dread disorder known as FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out).