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    I am a Native Pennsylvanian. Let me add that the Grand Canyon of Pa. is a worth a look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    Spruce Creek in Huntingdon County?
    shhhhhhhhh....
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgadley01 View Post
    I am a Native Pennsylvanian. Let me add that the Grand Canyon of Pa. is a worth a look.
    What part originally?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dancogan View Post
    shhhhhhhhh....
    Even President Jimmy fishes there.....
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    Thumbs up Great thoughts so far !

    Quote Originally Posted by dancogan View Post
    Don't forget the fishing in PA, especially fly fishing for trout. It's been a while since I lived and fished in PA, but there are plenty of nice streams, some world class, within a day's ride.
    Fishing Creek in Benton and Bowmans Creek near Noxen are nice ones.

    Little Schuylkill River is to the southeast and close to Hermys BMW. http://www.riversflyfishing.com/litt...kill_river.php

    I have not heard who is chairing the rally nor the dates, anyone ?

    Think about doing some forum rider reports that could end up in ON. Tell us about your facorite Pa area or way to the rally. Lets try and keep people off the slab.
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    Whoo hoo! I'm there!

    And since I'm reasonably local, I'll be glad to help out. Where do I sign up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newstar View Post
    Whoo hoo! I'm there!

    And since I'm reasonably local, I'll be glad to help out. Where do I sign up?
    I would guess that won't be ready until after the upcoming Redmond rally. After that, when they get the 2011 rally page up and running, you can look for information there or email the rally chairs who can point you to the correct person. Better yet would be to contact the committee chair in charge of the area you want to volunteer in. I suggest working registration - I had a great time when I did it in West Bend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    Yeah, that's something to boast about in our legal code. Right up there with 14 as the minimum age for legal marriage, if pregnant.
    And you were making fun of Texas the other day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg View Post
    I have not heard who is chairing the rally nor the dates, anyone ?
    July 21-24, 2011

    The question as to whom will be the Rally Chair(s) was asked during the live webcast..and was told that announcement would be at the Redmond Rally

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    What part originally?
    North/West...Forest County...Marienville...East Forest High, class of "71"
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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    And you were making fun of Texas the other day

    Hey, we haven't even touch on West Virginia, yet

    Seriously, you have to be from somewhere to truly know what makes it special. PA is a great place, but it's got some unique features. Hopefully, everybody will come and enjoy the rally. I suggest a large plate of Ponhaus for breakfast, a bowl of chicken corn soup for lunch (dinner) and a generous helping of Ham Potpie for dinner (supper). Yep, you get the picture........very unique, in a very special way, just like the uncle that the family didn't speak of.

    Oh, and yes, don't forget to bring a big sense of humor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgadley01 View Post
    North/West...Forest County...Marienville...East Forest High, class of "71"
    I'm not sure if they still have a gas station in Marienville. It's pretty sad these days, the nice houses are hunting camps owned by folks from Pittsburgh and Cleveland.

    Sad, ever so sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    I'm not sure if they still have a gas station in Marienville. It's pretty sad these days, the nice houses are hunting camps owned by folks from Pittsburgh and Cleveland.

    Sad, ever so sad.
    Yes but it was a great place to grow up. My youngest brother is still there. he works for the State park service. he's over Cook Forest & Clear Creek State Parks.
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    Yeah! Finally in our "neck of the woods"!

    I can't believe the best hidden treasure will be right under our noses and hasn't been mentioned yet!!

    The absolute, positive, coolest, must-see place:

    http://www.billsbikebarn.com/index.php?pageid=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgadley01 View Post
    Yes but it was a great place to grow up. My youngest brother is still there. he works for the State park service. he's over Cook Forest & Clear Creek State Parks.
    Up there, you have the following choices for employment, US Forest Service, State Park/Game Commission or the new prison. Anything else is pretty much a minimum wage job. It's never good when the government jobs are the best in town.
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