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rayg
Posted 3/11/2015 3:14 PM (#83321 - in reply to #56262)
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Would love to meet up at The Bean in the Spring.



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Donmystic1
Posted 3/11/2015 4:05 PM (#83323 - in reply to #83321)
Subject: RE: Eastern, CT



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I can make it most anytime as I am retired.
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newenglandjim
Posted 3/12/2015 8:16 AM (#83334 - in reply to #56262)
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The bean works for me.
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iwrench2
Posted 3/17/2015 9:30 PM (#83462 - in reply to #83334)
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Had the flue off the pad. Not this week next week or after that. Vanilla Bean works for me. Thursday,Friday or Saturdays.
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iwrench2
Posted 3/22/2015 8:32 PM (#83534 - in reply to #56262)
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Still waiting for the weather to break?
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phlaug
Posted 3/23/2015 9:01 AM (#83543 - in reply to #56262)
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The Vanilla Bean is a jaunt for me from Durham, but I look forward to doing it at some point when the weather's properly warm. (While I don't mind riding in cool weather, my kids are less enthusiastic, and I want to take them with me.)

Hopefully you folks will post on here when you have specific meet ups there (or anywhere in CT for that matter). I've yet to run into another sidecar rig when out on mind -- I only see them on occasion when I'm two-wheeling it! lol
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newenglandjim
Posted 3/23/2015 1:14 PM (#83553 - in reply to #56262)
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I still have a bunch of snow in my back yard, I can't get my rig out of the shed yet.
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iwrench2
Posted 3/23/2015 5:23 PM (#83559 - in reply to #56262)
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Looks like Durham is about 36 miles from Willimantic we can meet many different spots Vanilla Bean just one of many. We all just need better weather sooner or later it has too change.
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phlaug
Posted 3/25/2015 12:33 PM (#83588 - in reply to #83559)
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I took the kids 45 miles when we lived in Europe, from Zurich to Konstanz, Germany, so they'll be able to hack the 36 miles to Willimantic. But I'm certainly open to other spots!

Next week is finally showing a whole week with daytime highs above 50. We are right on the cusp of solid riding weather!
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iwrench2
Posted 4/4/2015 5:35 PM (#83763 - in reply to #56262)
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I'm ready?
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Donmystic1
Posted 4/4/2015 5:38 PM (#83764 - in reply to #83763)
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Me too, Do we want to go to the Vanilla Bean or to Fords Lobsters in Noank for a lobster Roll



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iwrench2
Posted 4/5/2015 7:09 PM (#83781 - in reply to #83764)
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Do they have fish & chips ? I don't do lobster. Has to be cold there still on the water. I only have Thursday & Friday this week and the weather isn't looking good at all. I was out last Thursday great only 41 miles but a good ride.
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Donmystic1
Posted 4/5/2015 7:35 PM (#83783 - in reply to #83781)
Subject: Re: Eastern CT



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Yes they have fish and chips. They have a full menu.

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g33858-d3245178-Review...

You are right the week is lost.

Don
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iwrench2
Posted 4/5/2015 9:22 PM (#83785 - in reply to #56262)
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Either place works for me weather. I think we are entering the rainy season.I work part time and have Thursday,Friday and Saturday most weeks off.

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Donmystic1
Posted 4/28/2015 5:06 PM (#84162 - in reply to #83785)
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Anybody going to the rally at the Ural dealer in Boxboro, MA this coming weekend?
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newenglandjim
Posted 4/29/2015 2:22 AM (#84167 - in reply to #56262)
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I got an invite but I have family coming from out of town.
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iwrench2
Posted 4/29/2015 9:09 PM (#84181 - in reply to #84162)
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We have a CMA Run for the Son annual fund raiser. We missed the fall one last year also. Maybe this fall. What about the Bean next week ?
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Donmystic1
Posted 4/29/2015 9:12 PM (#84182 - in reply to #84181)
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The Bean or Fords lobsters in Mystic is fine.
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iwrench2
Posted 5/1/2015 9:49 PM (#84197 - in reply to #56262)
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Fords ok with me. My days off have changed I work Monday & Tuesday off Wednesday,Thursday & Friday I'll be doing therapy dog visit on one of my days off not sure yet which day yet. Maybe this week we can meet?
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Donmystic1
Posted 5/6/2015 5:39 PM (#84258 - in reply to #83321)
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Hi Ray,
Did we meet at the Boxboro rally last Sat.?

Don





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rayg
Posted 5/6/2015 6:06 PM (#84259 - in reply to #56262)
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YaHa, small world
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Donmystic1
Posted 5/6/2015 9:43 PM (#84264 - in reply to #84259)
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Don't forget about blueberry pancakes at Noahs in Stonington.
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Chinookmark
Posted 6/21/2015 7:43 PM (#84993 - in reply to #56262)
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Do any of you guys ever head out west side of the state, to Toymakers or anything?
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