Thursday, February 16, 2012

Sweet 16

There are two hours left in this day and this is the first chance I've had to do my post.

It's been a busy couple of days.

But I do have a cool photo to share. And it's even motorcycle-related.

The obvious motorcycle-related bit is the birthday card from my parents with a bike on the front. Appropriate for me for sure.

The other bit is the frog sticker. Hubby and I have identical motorcycles. You can see them in my first #29in29 post. When Fuzzy saw that pic, she asked how we tell them apart. Honestly, other than the license plates, they really are the same. So I needed some sort of identifier.

My first thought was a "RIBBIT" tag. But my current tags are good for a while. Then I saw this cool sticker and thought it would be perfect for my windshield.

I would have photographed it on my windshield, but my bike is still hibernating in the mountains.

Soon it will wake up. I hope.

What's on your ride to make it uniquely yours?

Don't forget to stop by these other bloggers to see how they are doing with this #29in29 challenge.


bluekat said...

Love it! Want one!
(I suppose I'd have to wash the windshield to make it stick.)

...and thankfully I'm on the west coast - I still have 4 hours to post :)

Dar said...

I love the froggy sticker. My bike is so new to me I don't really have many farkles yet. Windshield is on my list. I am thinking my OEM windshield on my scooter may just fit. Need to fiddle around with it and see.

Trobairitz said...

That frog sticker is way cool. A good way to tell the bikes apart. I think it is awesome that you and hubby ride the same bikes.

I have done a few things to make my bike my own. Ixil slip on exhaust, blue reflective rim tape, and valve stem caps, but nothing as cool as a frog sticker.

ToadMama said...

Y'all made my day liking my frog sticker. :-)


bobskoot said...


Happy Birthday to you. I'm starting to like Toads, perhaps if you had a smaller one in Yellow, I would stick it on my bike

"Sweet 16", if only we were . . .

Riding the Wet Coast