Sunday, November 15, 2009

Pizza Sunday

Four cheeze's. Thin crust. Safeway house brand....Yuck? Inexpensive. Even managed to inadvertently bbq the pizza to a crisp here and there. I didn't bother to scrap off the charred splotches. Just ate it all. We'll just have to wait and see how that works out on the digestive track later tonight. I photographed the large size pizza box on my Valkyrie's saddlebags just to show how large the touring saddlebags are. Bottom photo....shows that the entire pizza box fits into the saddlebags with room to spare. It wouldn't be the same case with my Shadow 600 (Iron Horse) which saddlebags are half the size. Wish I could always take my Valk out for groceries, but I ride it judiciously only on the best of weather. One hour riding, one hour polishing is the general rule. Today hadn't the most ideal weather however I thought an exception was in order before the snow storms hit Hawaii. (more later)

4 comments:

Rowena... said...

And room for a couple cans of soda too.

I wouldn't suggest to quit your day job, but I think you have much promise as pizza delivery boy.

RONW said...

Rowena- I actually could stack 4 six-packs of soda in each saddlebag if I wanted to. We don't have the kind of pizzas you have in Italy, baked in wood stoves with 800-degrees temperatures.

Ann da sista said...

The California Pizza Kitchen BBQ Chicken frozen pizza is so ono - it's the only frozen pizza I've had that doesn't taste frozen. See if it will fit in your saddlebag....

RONW said...

Ann- I bet it would make a big difference if you toss a frozen pizza into a wood burning oven. Of course some people say it's the water.