Dear, Aunt Mildred – I’m So Confused About The VOID Rally 10

Dear, Aunt Mildred – I’m So Confused About The VOID Rally 10

 

Dear, Aunt Mildred-

Long time reader, first time writer.

Today I spent some time trying to plan my Void Rally route. You know, based on the waypoints sent out on Friday? There were over 300 of them in total! Oh, Aunt Mildred, I’m so confused, I just don’t know what to do! I’m like a deer in the headlights. Never before have  I been so unable to zero in on a route that seems right. Not even on my first rally.

No matter what I string together, I feel like my route is so low on points that surely it will be a disaster. I’m afraid that when they see our scores posted all the other riders at the banquet will point and laugh at me.

What should I do?

Signed,

Hopeless on Long Island


 

Dear Hopeless,

What should you do? Well you could start by going in to your bedroom, opening up the top dresser drawer and pulling out your big girl panties and putting them on.

Bitch, please. Get a hold of yourself!

So you plan a shitty route and you find yourself at the bottom of the score sheet. Who cares? Did you ride? Did you see stuff you might not have ever visited unless someone said “go here!”? Is there beer at the end?

Yes?

Well, then – Plan your ride, ride your plan and screw the small stuff like… points. Ride for riding sake and get your shit together, woman!

Yours in Horsepower,

Aunt Mildred
Badass Honey Badger and Dispenser of Motorcycle Advice

 

7 Replies to “Dear, Aunt Mildred – I’m So Confused About The VOID Rally 10”

  1. Haha! Too funny! πŸ™‚
    Man, I wish I’d written Aunt Mildred before my rally… sigh…
    Points, shmoints! Once the adventure begins and you’re on the road the rest won’t matter.
    Do what you always do and have fun with it. Looking forward to reading about it!

    May the floss be with you πŸ˜‰

    1. I know in theory this is correct. But even when you aren’t competitive, there is still some part of your brain that needs you to at least follow the concept and try to achieve something, point-wise. Know what I mean?

      My route has me going out of what is probably the most efficient route because I want to take a peek at something πŸ™‚

      I’m mentally all over the place on this one.

      1. “But even when you aren’t competitive, there is still some part of your brain that needs you to at least follow the concept and try to achieve something, point-wise.”

        I totally get that! I’m very familiar with the inner, personal rivalry. Don’t you recall MY route planning fiasco and what it lead to?! πŸ˜‰

  2. Don’t let them fool you. Those “carefree people ” have issues too, they just hide them well.
    In my next life l want to be a bird so I can fly around and crap on those people. πŸ˜‰

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