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Looks like a wonderful time was had by all. New Hampshire is home to me, and I had some great plans made, but the job took precedence and I spent the month, and particularly that weekend, relocating from Chicago (home for the last quarter century) to smack dab in the middle of Hoosier land. The dust has nearly settled and I hope to make it to Lebanon for a monthly lunch before too long, and hopefully meet with some of y'all. Clearly a group with their priorities straight.Thanks for sharing the stories and photos. Motivates me for the next one.
Do we know where the 2016 rally is to be held?Mike
Hello ALL:Finally back in Dallas... 5,000 Miles up and back... What a great trip.. Randy and all did a great job at the Rally !!!! The FOOD was excellent, venue was great, local riding was good... NH, VT, wonderful states to ride in.... See you all in Oregon!
What Sam said.I'm back home, too, but had less ground to cover than Texans Sam and Ken, and others from way off. That said, and especially since Kathi isn't here for a few more days, I'm in the middle of doing nothing, and think I'll continue on that for awhile. Bill
While you are doing nothing, why don't you peck out the Norge story?
Again it will be held in John Day, Oregon. Walking distance to town and lots of motels. Nice campground with the damn motorhomes relegated to their own spot away from us campers. Talk about good riding country. Look for thee little skinny man wearing the doubleknit pants with the shirt that has a pocket protector.See you there as it is only about 2,000 miles for us.Tex
When I go to Flickr, I only get one page of pics (up to the selfie at the rally site).Is that Flickr doing it, or my old, weak browser, you think?Lannis
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