Friday, December 22, 2006

Merry Moto-mas

Since a bunch of you are probably going to be too busy to look at my blog before the holidays are over, Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, Good Yule, Happy Plowfest, and best wishes for whatever holidays coming up I might have missed.

Personally, I'm hoping for a Triumph Daytona 675 under the old Plowfest shovel, but don't let my other bikes hear that.

All the best to you and yours.


Chris Cope said...

No message of Happy Solstice?! You offend me, sir!

(Nadolig Llawen to you as well)

Steve Williams said...

Lucky: I hope you find that Triumph under the Plowfest shovel this year. I'm sure you must be on the nice list.

And the best Season's Greetings to you!


Biker Betty said...

Lucky, Wishing you, your family and friends a Wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year. Hope you get what you want for Christmas.

Betty :)

Bill Sommers said...

Hey, I wasn't too busy to look. Is "Plowfest" a farmers holiday?

The best to you this Season as well!


Lucky said...

Chris - Ahem, I mentioned Yule. ;)
And thank you!

Steve & Betty - Thank you!

Bill - Plowfest is the singularly unique and delightful holiday invented by Lady Luck and me. Before we moved to Arizona our group of friends was religiously diverse, to put it mildly.

We decided to create a fun, non-spiritual winter gift-giving holiday in order to avoid any bickering about what holiday we were going to celebrate as a group.

Plowfest, ideally, is celebrated after the first snow that sticks enough to require shovelling or snowplows. "Traditional" plowfest activities include the gift exchange (naturally), decorating a shovel, shovel racing (or just shovel sledding), snowball fights, and other traditional "first snow" activities.

There are currently no known plowfest carols.

Surly said...

Rock on brother! Happy Ho Ho

Combatscoot said...

In much of the country besides Colorado, there's no plowing going-on, but some mighty happy riders! If that 675 shows-up, go for a nice, long ride. If it doesn't, well, ride anyways!
Merry (insert holiday),