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Old 26th April 2012
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im,planning on saturday.havent kicked the beast since,last wednesday when my,foot slipped off the the kicker,and crashed into the floor. [hope the weather forecast improves,its a,real bitch to start below 50.]
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I hope to be there Saturday. Look for the Girl's bikes parked by picnic benches.
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Got home a few hours ago from Fri/Sat. A great time as usual. The XL's were a bit light in the usual spot, but we still represented the best we could.

Saw the usual crowd: Magneto Sportster, Papa Magneto, Dr Dick, Model H, Monte03, Model H, 1967XLCH, Chevelle (all the way from Massachusetts?) some of the Machinist Mike boys, etc. Sorry if I missed you forgot your name. Cold, windy, and I was over-stimulated and over-served.

Spent all my $$$ on beer and parts so I guess it was a success.

I think Magneto took some pics, hopefully he can start thread. Funny stories to be told as well.
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