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3,000 Visits

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

This morning, I noticed the 3,000th visitor to our page had just dropped by and I just want to say thank you all for your interest, curiosity and continuing support. This little milestone means a lot for our scooter club. Really.


Ron and Ed “Scare Bear”. From last Saturday’s ride. Read on for more…

Last Saturday’s ride took us out to Sabine Pass, another part of our area still rebuilding after the destructions of Hurricane Rita in 2005. Weather was just fantastic and the sunshine made me feel all warm and comfy. The winding roads minus the cagers provided some of the best rides we’ve ever had so far. “Where are we gonna eat?”, Ed asked. Well, as you can see, we ended up at Cowboy Red’s Bar-B-Q. Let me bring it to your attention: If you haven’t tried their hamburgers, boy, you’re really missin’ out!

Cowboy Red’s Bar-B-Q received the SCGT (Five Scooters!) rating.

Wish you were there!–Lorenzo


Ed showing off his new topcase LED brake light. Very cool!


Sam Houston’s statue at Dick Dowling Park, Sabine Pass. Artist: Douglas Clark.


Offshore rigs are refurbished at Sabine Pass.


Well-fed riders are happy riders.

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  1. Richard Demeter permalink
    Friday, May 22, 2009 11:53 am

    I am writing to ask permission to download and use the photograph of the Sam Houston Monument located on a web site associated with the Scooter Club Golden Triangle.

    I found the photo on a posting dated February 27, 2008, at the following web address:
    https://scgt.wordpress.com/2008/02/27/3000-visits/

    I would like to use the photo in a digitized version of a soft-cover book called Irish America: The Historical Travel Guide (Volume 2), which I wrote in 1995. The new digitized version will have additional information and photographs.

    I am interested in including the photo of the Sam Houston Monument because Sam Houston was of Scotch-Irish ancestry.

    The new digitized version of the book will not be sold but, instead, will be donated by an educational foundation to Irish cultural societies in the United States and to American universities that have Irish studies programs.

    If you grant me permission to use the photo in the new digitized version of the book, I will, of course, give credit to the photographer.

    If you are willing to grant the requested permission, please tell me how you would like the photo to be credited.

    Thanks for your consideration.

    Richard Demeter

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