Rocco’s Vermilion Long Lost Cousin

Well, look who showed up to examine the striated limestone boulder!

He tells me he has been hanging out at a long closed gravel pit, but when he heard there was a BOLO out on him he had to come to town and investigate it.

He is currently on the other computer reading all about his kin and ancestry on Cycle365.

The Fed Ex guy should be in town tomorrow I will see if I can flag him down to send him Minnesota way, COD of course.  🙂

Says he is excited to meet Greg and Rocco, and then travel on to California to meet the entire group of relatives in Santa Rosa, then on to Washington to help Nancy locate more of his extended family,

Very much enjoy all the entries you all have provided -- great to see the everyday cycling venues. Being in eastern Illinois, scenery certainly isn't our forte, but oh well, the roads are normally quiet. Look forward to more and more entries from all of you, I do have a few over on BL -- in Bill's Day Rides, and one journal.

5 response to "Rocco’s Vermilion Long Lost Cousin"

  1. By: Bill Stone Posted: January 9, 2020

    I hope Rocco’s long-lost cousin enjoys his visit to Minnesota. We’ll try to have slightly warmer weather out here when he comes to visit the California branch of the family.

    PS: Ricky says he’s thankful that despite his tragic exposure to radioactive coolant California is welcoming and supportive of the tri-ocular.

  2. By: NancyG Posted: January 10, 2020

    We must have the large Rocco family wait for slightly better/dryer weather here in Washington as the others will be hiding behind non-relatives during the upcoming storms. I am so happy that you all are finding more of Rocco’s clan. Who knew he had such a growing family!

  3. By: gregblood Posted: January 10, 2020

    That relative is known as Rachmaninoff. In Rocco’s words, “he’s so 19th century. Not hip at all . . . such a square.”

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