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Lannis was just in front blocking the horizon,
The only guy that took me up on a Aero engine demo offer was (zoom zoom) John Henry, I’ll let him tell you what he thinks.
Stolen from Witchy, one of the Massholes
I wonder who won my prize donation?
My full pictures here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/mojohand/sets/72157654919265516
Myself and my wife had a great time at the rally. Her first rally. Thanks Randy and all who put in a huge effort for our enjoyment.
Indeed.And, the �adventure� continues.We are, incredibly, back in Keene! Spent Sunday and Monday with friends in Cornish.Long story on Norge, and it's still evolving.Short version is that Seacoast is a great dealer. More on that soon, but Kyle -- a gifted tech -- fixed my issue (details later), but another, entirely unrelated, arose on way home, albeit only 40 miles from Derry.Limped back � again, details later; too tired just now � and then Kathi and I returned to Keene as we had already locked in a room here. We'll drive back to Seacoast in the a.m.�Mazing.Bill
Tex, living the good life
Judi and I are still in New England. ...
Anxiously awaiting the novel this adventure will elicit, but sorry for your problems. Good to hear of another "good" dealer..
We wondered if we should turn out the lights in Swanzey, but see now that you can. Kathi left from (stupendous) Seacoast Cycles in Derry -- http://seacoastsport.com -- yesterday after it clear (enough ) I could make it home on my own. She has to be at Fort Bragg to help our kids unpack; I wanted to take the "long cut" back to Cross Junction.I spent the night with friends in Cornish, and had a fine ride today down to Carbondale where I am in what is undoubtedly the newest and high-end Best Western in that chain ... and I am not damning with faint praise. Back home in no hurry tomorrow.The illustrated novel is in the works. Bill
The illustrated novel is in the works. Bill
I enjoyed looking at the pictures and reading the accounts of the National Rally.Tonight I was chatting on the phone with a friend as I scrolled through the pictures and I happened to notice the "Mr. Nevada Lives" T-shirt on one attendee.A friend at the rally had already informed me that he had seen more than one such Nevada shirt still in existence.The irony is that the friend with whom I was chatting tonight was The Great One himself.I am happy to inform everyone who remembers our infamous lord that Mr. Nevada is indeed very much alive and well. He continues his antics, escapades, foibles and unintended predicaments with a fervor that has not abated. Sometimes I really wonder how long his roller coaster ride can continue but it keeps rolling along its merry way. Nevada is still inflated with joy at the sight of KK doughnuts speeding off the cooking line and his other more amorous pursuits have landed him in jeopardy time after time.Also, rest assured that Skate is still the same and very much on the scene. The two are in a perpetual state of friendship flux that has persisted since the transmission oil debacle a few years ago. This is all a sometimes unbelievable play that is going on in reality and proves that truth can be stranger than fiction.
Thanks for the update, David.. that was me. Lannis had a Mr. Nevada t shirt, too, although he probably had to source it at the tent and awning shop..
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