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Where: Melrose, WI, St. Kevin's Catholic Church. When: Sunday Sept. 15th. Time: 12 Noon!

I am thinking this would be a good ride to eat. I hear they have a great turkey and ham dinner. Location should be central for a lot of us. Share with others. Please click on the link. If I get enough responses I will let them know ahead of time.. This is great riding in this area.

https://www.guardianangelscathparish.org/ :biker::eat2::chat:
 

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Tentatively, yes...would be a nice ride along 35 on the river then 54 over....
 
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Orrin I definitely hope to make it ! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
 

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Where: Melrose, WI, St. Kevin's Catholic Church. When: Sunday Sept. 15th.

I am thinking this would be a good ride to eat. I hear they have a great turkey and ham dinner. Location should be central for a lot of us. Share with others. Please click on the link. If I get enough responses I will let them know ahead of time.. This is great riding in this area.

https://www.guardianangelscathparish.org/ :biker::eat2::chat:
What time do you plan on being there?

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Murph, It's 150 mils for me, so I am planning on noon. I hope to see a bunch there. I didn't realize that I had not put a time in.
 

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I sort of thought that there might be more interest going to a church supper for a ride to eat. It's something that is not done here very often. I hope there will be more interest as we get nearer to the date. It's always good to see the group.
 

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Orrin, luckily it wasn’t today it rained like crazy here ! The forecast is looking good for Sunday.
Definitely was a frog choker yesterday. Another frog choker here this AM with another one forecasted this PM. The lawn looks like a mushroom farm. >:)

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Murph, It's 150 mils for me, so I am planning on noon. I hope to see a bunch there. I didn't realize that I had not put a time in.
Glad ya put a time in for planning purposes. :wink2: It's right at a 200 mi hike for me and it appears the weather is going to co-operate.

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Linda, I, and a friend are leaving our house at 8:00 am and planning on being there at noon. We are planning on back roads all the way. Any one who wants to ride with us is more than welcome. Just pm me and we will set up a meeting place.
 

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Sunday is the big day, so far the weather is looking great.
Sure hope the weather holds out for a nice day tomorrow. 45 deg here this morning. Warmed up quickly. Now we have pop up t-storms with lots of lightning. Hope that doesn’t happen tomorrow.

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Yes it rained pretty lightly here today about 5 times but fortunately it never rained hard enough to require rain gear, in the past 2 weeks we have gotten over 5 inches of rain here, I can’t believe how crazy the weather has been all year !
 
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Weather looks great, I will be heading for Melrose in a few minutes.
 
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Nice turnout 5 riders on 5 bikes, never saw Mr Proudpeacock hopefully everything is well. The food was excellent.
Was a great day for a ride. About a 300 mile day.
 

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Great call on the RTE, Orrin. Food was excellent and there was plenty of it. Definitely worth the 400 mile day. Turned out to be a great day, lots of bikes on the River Road.

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Good to see Murph and Cycledude, and that you guys made it home safe. Yes, I agree, the food was good. Linda, Tammy, and I made it home in good time, and no rain.
 

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Good to see Murph and Cycledude, and that you guys made it home safe. Yes, I agree, the food was good. Linda, Tammy, and I made it home in good time, and no rain.
Got home not that long ago. Big festival in Pepin so I stopped for fuel at the BP, rehydrate, and to look over all the bikes that had stopped there. Saw an absolutely gorgeous 1199 Panigale ridden by a dude that had to be at least 6' 6" or taller.

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Nice turnout 5 riders on 5 bikes, never saw Mr Proudpeacock hopefully everything is well. The food was excellent.
Was a great day for a ride. About a 300 mile day.
Thanks for noticing! Mr. Proudpeacock had too many chores today, after 400 mile R/T yesterday to "Randy's Workshop and Home for the Terminally Young" to have a new Driveguard put on the Bike, and still have time to prep for Tuesday departure to Rockies Gold. Will try to not miss anymore if at all possible...
 
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