OCTOBER THEME: Pots and Pans and Coffee Cans

Hobo

Hobo attire suggested.
Painted on 5 o’clock shadows, bindle bags and cardboard signs welcome.
Kitchen noise makers a must.

Added Oct.5th

———————-HEY! READ THIS:———————-

NEW ROUTE:
We will turn on Nipomo Street instead of Broad.
This should help with congestion.
DO NOT RIDE INTO OPPOSING TRAFFIC, duh.

SUMO IS AT A NEW LOCATION:
On the last lap TURN RIGHT on Santa Rosa and follow the pack.

The Bike Happening is a “LEAVE NO TRACE” event:
ALWAYS Pack out what YOU pack in.
ALWAYS leave anyplace we end up at better then we found it.

4 Comments »

  1. broken BOner said,

    September 15, 2006 @ 8:55 am

    My iron and steel pans are too burly to look like a Hobo’s kitchen; they’re pretty bombproof. i don’t think they’ll look very used anytime this decade.

    If anybody has some dented pots they can lend me, i’m at 235-8042

    Cover your shiny pots with soot: place them over a wood fire, it won’t take long. If you are concerned about handles falling off, consider JB Weld: $7.50

  2. Yardsale said,

    September 17, 2006 @ 2:53 pm

    Dude, no pots or pans? Just tie on some of those soup cans you eat out of onto the back of your bike. It will be like a hobo wedding.

  3. Yardsale said,

    October 5, 2006 @ 10:09 am

    IF IT RAINS…..
    Assume a true Hobo persona,
    Grab some cardboard,
    And deal with it.

  4. Cool Pots And Pans images | Food Living said,

    March 23, 2011 @ 11:41 pm

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