This post is really about a ride we took north into Moultrie Georgia....but I also have to share a bit about the place we went to eat. For us it's usually ride to eat expeditions. Usually long rides but this one was only about 3 hours round trip.
Three Crazy Bakers is located in the heart of downtown Moultrie near the courthouse. They have been open for years and have quite a good business going. The previous time we ate there it was great. This time I had a better lunch than Doug as they disappointed us on the quiche.
They have a large menu featuring 6 salads, loads of sandwiches and dinner casseroles. Check out the menu HERE - they are very reasonable
Here is my Santa Fe Chicken Salad. If you want a packed salad, this is one of those offered and I liked it very much. Doug ordered Quiche which came with a mini muffin and fruit. Unfortunately, the quiche portion was very small so, I don't think he will ever get that again. I wouldn't.
Ok, ready for a ride? Here are some photos I snapped from my seat on the back of the bike. Thus, some are fuzzy photos but I still wanted to share.
A cool looking country home. We were riding along and I saw several homes I liked.
One of the many barns we saw on this road. Truly country living.
This house has to be very old but I see much appeal in living way out here. I can imagine us spending many hours sitting on the porch in the evenings, listening to the night wildlife, enjoying a glass of wine and dreaming.
Lots of farm land and pasture.....
One of my favorite sights - cows.
And here's the map..........
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