Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Full Moon Fiasco XLVII

Ahh Fall...

When: Tue, Oct 27th @ 7pm
Where: Eichardt's
Theme: Fiascoweeney

I know some of you are sitting there thinking, ahh look what they did with the name.  They took the name of our monthly rides, Full Moon Fiasco, and then combined it with Halloween.  They are so clever.  Thank you.  To the rest of you sitting there, I know what you are thinking too.  Stop it.  It is not nice.  You really think it is easy to be creative and come up with exciting new things every month?  Ok, I am done reading your thoughts now...

You may remember that in the past our October rides have had the theme Pink, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Breast are important to this group, mostly because more than half our members are women.  Yup, there is some FBC Sandpoint knowledge for ya.  And for the minority of this group, men, we appreciate them as well.

So, here is where things do get creative.  We ask that you wear whatever Halloween costume you want for Fiascoweeney, BUT wear something pink as well.  Examples.  If you were gonna be a werewolf, be a werewolf but with pink frosted hair.  If you were gonna be a naughty schoolgirl (Tracy), be a naughty schoolgirl but with some pink tights.  If you were gonna be a pirate, be a pirate but with a pink eye patch.  You get it?

We will DONATE all spoke card monies, and whatever other monies you wanna give us that night, to Community Cancer Services (right here in good old Sandpoint).

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Full Moon Fiasco XLVI in Review

There were some 110ish people that showed up for our last ride.  Hats were the theme, and many got creative with that idea.  And then a few took things to a whole other level with their costume.  There was the guy in the full bodied crochet blanket thingy...I kept thinking of Dumb Donald from Fat Albert, but then again those were the cartoons I grew up watching.  Then there was the matching suit couples on tandems.  You kids are so creative.

Anyways, Eich's had the alley blocked off for FBC and that was nice.  We hung out under the moon and then did a big loop through West Sand that featured a long back alley...seems to be a reoccurring theme for rides these days.  We looped back downtown and ended at the MickDuff's Brew Hall.  We arrived just to catch the end of some live music.  Thanks Justin and Jen for hanging out for us.  Mack had the fire outside on the lawn blazing.  It was a great venue and great night.

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