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    not so retired henzilla's Avatar
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    Lone Star Open House



    Don't forget Lone Star is having their annual Open House Saturday from 11- 3...bring a non perishable food item for the food bank and let's crowd up the parking lot! ALways some classic bikes rolling thru
    http://www.lonestarcycle.com/

    See y'all there...A group of San Antonio BMW Club riders are leaving the courthouse square in Blanco at 10 AM... Prob eating at Sunrise Bakery first
    Steve Henson
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    not so retired henzilla's Avatar
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    Weather cooperated this year! Temps in the low 70's and partly sunny...huge turnout...I didn't snap as many pics as previous years...too busy yakking and looking at all the bikes! Led a group of 16 bikes 70 miles into Austin on the back roads from Blanco until we had to do Loop 1...I was on the S instead of the Adventure today...felt funny on point riding my German Flag. Winds gusting to 25-30 on way home...WHEEE! Thanks to all at Lone Star who put on the food & party! The food drive looked like it did real well! Helen had to carry mine and Andreas canned goods since the Smuggler trunk on the S only holds my cap and Andreas has no place on his Boxer Cup

    http://henzilla.smugmug.com/gallery/...35925366_VdGTa
    Steve Henson
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    What incredible fun!


    Almost like being there.

    Next year we will be.

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    Smile Thanks for the photo's

    From those of us snowbound in the mountains (suffering from PMS), thanks for the photo's.

    Don "Radar" Wreyford
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    Steve, that looked like a buncha fun! Thanks for posting the pictures.

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    Steve,
    It was a fun time, wasn't it. How'd you like the High School Jazz Band?

    I got there a bit too early and got blocked in by some other bikes. But the GSA had no problem climbing over the wheel stop. Of course, I had to remove my panniers first in order to squeeze by that way.

    Every year the open house is a great way to visit, eat good BBQ and help out those in need.
    Dave
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