Monday, February 23, 2015
Full Moon Fiasco XXXVIII in Review
We did a little ride through town and went on over to some friends of FBC who have a little photo studio. Atom and Marjan had set up a Full Moon photo booth. They took some sweet pics of everyone and we drank some beverages. Huge thanks to them for all their work. If you wanna check them out, or better yet order some prints, check em out Atom & Mars Photography.
After some photos in our fine attire, we mosied on back to Eich's for our after party and giveaways. Why back to Eich's? Well, for one, the ride was the day after Groundhog Day and we thought that was pretty fitting...although not maybe timely. We also like to give major props to Jeff and the crew at Eich's for supporting FBC and allowing our monthly shenanigans to happen there every month, for 3 years (and trust me I have had to do some day after FBC apologizing for some of you). Lastly, we have never left Eich's and then went back to Eich's...and we like to keep it fresh.
Anyways, we all gathered upstairs. We gave away a bunch of great shit. We played some shuffleboard. We told stories. And most importantly we gave the FBC Sandpoint MVF Award to Lifetime Member for Life Dick. While we have A LOT of great members, Dick goes a little bit above and beyond every month by always showing up regardless of weather, dressing to the theme, smile on his face and ready to party, promoting and spreading the good word of FBC, helping keep the younger generation in line, donating to any and every cause we throw our hat into and being an all around great guy to ride with.
We also gave Best Dressed to Lifetime Member for Life Jason, although it doesn't seem to take much incentive for him to dress up...or in this case dress down.
Lastly, thanks to all the businesses that threw in swag and have supported FBC Sandpoint through the years: Laughing Dog Brewing, Idaho Pour Authority, MickDuff's Brewing Co., 219er, Stradasoul, Greasy Fingers Bikes, Eichardt's Pub Grill & Coffee House, Larson's and Small House Winery.
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