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Old 07-03-2008, 02:42 PM   #225
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No oven?

What trailer you bringing? I'm up for some French Toast Casserole too!
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Old 07-03-2008, 03:15 PM   #226
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What trailer you bringing? I'm up for some French Toast Casserole too!
We are bringing the Bambi II. I will be trying out my West Bend "ovenette" on this trip. Supposedly it acts as an "oven" on either a stove top or on a grill.
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Old 07-03-2008, 08:50 PM   #227
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We will caravan from the Wilton Mall to the Saratoga Spa Park through downtown Saratoga on Thursday July 10th at 2PM ala Vintage Parade at the International.

We will form up at the Wilton Mall and fly flags at no more than 11 feet high. I am checking with the Sheriff to confirm the lowest clearance. I have been over the route and there are wires crossing the street and trees overhanging. I will run the route solo before the rally to make sure there is enough clearance.

Directions to the Caravan form-up area:

From South:
I-87 (Northway) Exit 15 on to Rte 50 N
RT on Rte 50 to 3rd traffic light 1mi to Wilton Mall on right

From North:
I-87 (Northway) Exit 15 on to Rte 50 N
LT on Rte 50 to 4th traffic light about 1.1 miles to Wilton Mall on right


From Wilton Mall to VTJ08
LT on Rte 50 (Broadway) for 3.3 miles
RT on Rte 29 (Washington St) for .9 miles
LT on Rte 29 (West Ave) for 1.3 miles
RT on Rte 50 (Ballston Ave) for .3 miles
LT on Geyser Ave (Avenue of the Pines) for .2 miles to VTJ08.


Total distance is 6.0 miles. The highest speed limit is 45 mph for the first 2 miles on Rte 50. We can go slower. The remainder of the route has a 25 to 35 mph limit.

So far I have 3 firm, possibly 5. Contact me at sol3classm@aol.com if you wish to caravan through Saratoga and into the Park.
I'm in the Saratoga area now and can run that route tomorrow if you'd like. Saratoga is a VERY cool town. I'll try and post pics but can't make any promises in that department. I still haven't figured out a good way of accomplishing that feat.
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Old 07-03-2008, 08:51 PM   #228
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We are bringing the Bambi II. I will be trying out my West Bend "ovenette" on this trip. Supposedly it acts as an "oven" on either a stove top or on a grill.
What bread do you need?

We can stop at the Bakery in Kittery and pick up french bread to contribute. How many loaves/baggettes?
Of course there must be some very good bakeries locally. But we can provide that part. And more coffee
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Would quiche be considered a breakfast pie?
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I'll try for pie- but may resort to brunswick stew and biscuits- warning: I rarely cook! I'll see what I can pick up at farmers markets on the road up from Virginia- guess I could pack some blue crabs on ice or something. Elderberries sound great lol. Glad to hear about the electric too. See you guys soon!
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Let me know who wants NY bagels and how many.
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Old 07-04-2008, 07:29 AM   #232
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fresh peaches

Can we get fresh peaches in the Saratoga Springs area??
Or do we need to bring our own from VA?
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Let me know who wants NY bagels and how many.
A 1/2 doz. sounds good to us if it's not too much trouble.
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Can we get fresh peaches in the Saratoga Springs area??
Or do we need to bring our own from VA?
I just ate one from the local store. Pretty good. I don't know where it came from though. It was one of those shiny, waxy skinned ones. Not fuzzy. Hope this helps.
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Let me know who wants NY bagels and how many.
We can split that half dozen with Mistral Blue so count us in for NY Bagel delivery.
Thanks in advance.
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Not a problem. We will get them at fresh at of the oven on Thursday morning.
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Old 07-04-2008, 01:36 PM   #237
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I just ate one from the local store. Pretty good. I don't know where it came from though. It was one of those shiny, waxy skinned ones. Not fuzzy. Hope this helps.
??????
What did you eat??

We need the "fuzzy" ones. Can you get them local? We can bring our local ones, but its hard to keep them from Monday to Friday.

Hey when do we want to have the forum pot luck?
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?????? What did you eat??
Well, now I don't know.

It sure tasted like a peach!

Maybe it was a nectarine?

~head down in shame, That doesn't help you much, does it?

It was good!
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