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The Busted Knuckle Chronicles Canada’s ONLY Weekly Newspaper for the Canadian Riding Community Serving the Riding Community Since 2003 Vol. 11, Edition 13 Yes, Texas Has Hills Connect with Us Daily News and Events: The Busted Knuckle Chronicles Online Mobile Tools: Riders Helping Riders: Social Media Belt Drive Betty & The Busted Knuckle Chronicles on Facebook Belt Drive Betty on Facebook Belt Drive Betty on Twitter April 4th, 2013 Kathryn (Kat) Perry And winding roads. And great scenery. Look no farther than the Texas Hill Country west of Kerrville for proof. Rolling foothills lined with oak trees and creeks provide visceral pleasantries, while winding ribbons of asphalt like Ranch Roads 335, 336 and 337, nicknamed the “Twisted Sisters,” (must have been thinking of my sister Lisa and I) fulfill a motorcyclist’s desire for excitement. Belt Drive Betty on Linked In Belt Drive Betty on Google+ Editorial Office: The Busted Knuckle Chronicles 10908-102 St Grande Prairie AB, T8V 2X3 Phone: (780) 402-8892 Fax: (780) 830-4947 E-mail: ISSN: 1925-9514 SUBSCRIPTIONS: 1 Year (48 Issues) Full Color PDF Delivered by Email every Thursday Morning (Free if we sponsor your riding club or event Contact Belt Drive Betty for more information) $20.00+ GST Includes unlimited classified ads & Access to our Member ONLY Tools We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund of the Department of Canadian Heritage. Along the way, stop, take a break for a cold drink at the Frio Canyon Motorcycle Stop in Leakey and check out the Lone Star Motorcycle Museum in Vanderpool. There we even found an antenna Stripper Doll for Dad’s CVO Road Glide. And before anyone gets offended - Lisa and I are both feminists. Beyond the cowboys, Texas may be better known for beer and steaks, but the Hill Country is home to great wineries and gourmet cuisine. ‘I just love the Tempranillo with spicy hot wings,” says Lisa, my bubbly blonde sister, as she pours our Dad and me another glass. It smells like Texas, doesn’t it? It smells like Texas dirt. I don’t like saying that, but it does - you can taste the mushrooms and all the minerals. Think Texas and you probably conjure up images of cowboy boots, honky-tonk bars or smoked brisket (and yes, it has all that), but the state’s wineries - such as Pedernales Continued on Next Page Articles submitted to the Busted Knuckle Chronicles and the Attitude Zone are the opinions of the writer and not necessarily that of the publisher of this publication. All efforts are made to ensure the accuracy of information for events and schedules but it is recommended that you check with the event coordinators before heading out to an event. All information and articles in the paper are copyright protected and reproduction of this publication in part or entirely is strictly prohibited without prior written permission. The Busted Knuckle Chronicles & Belt Drive Betty Media® will not be held liable for any article or ad that is forgotten in error or is not submitted in time for publishing deadlines. For more information on these or any other policies of this publication please contact the editorial office.

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