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    Hollywood Thanks for the pictures - looks like I missed a good one.

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    thanks for the great pics hollywood and nice to talk to you again

    I was there late friday afternoon - TOO HOT. woke to pouring rain early saturday morning, then up at 8am to almost too hot had to leave about 1pm - too hot again

    lots of harley knuckles and other great bikes - took some pics but by this time too many people blocking all the good angles ( sat morning )

    bought a new gas line for the indian, a couple harley hummer parts for girlfriends project and then headed home

    nice talking to old friends

    2 thumbs up to the organizers of another great wauseon weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Wieland View Post
    Hollywood Thanks for the pictures - looks like I missed a good one.

    Jerry
    !st time there for me and two chapter friends, sooo good, well worth the insufferable heat. Great race exhibition, good show by the vendors. Good reunions with friends, glad you sold ice there, wassies, and the food was on the healthy side too.
    As to the heat, I saved myself with a bucket of ice water and a cold wet towel. Also (more critical) we used a 3-wheeled cart with an umbrella, and as I am recovering from back surgery, and one of my friends wears a wooden leg, we are certified CRIPPLES, and couldn't enjoy that meet without those things that overcome the discomforts. .. Takes a lot of good planning and execution to best enjoy these meets. Water and spark are essentials.
    Cheers to all who made it possible!

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    Thanks Hollywood, those are some really great pictures. Denise

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    Congratulation to everyone involved in making this year’s event a wonderful weekend even in the smoldering heat. As always there where plenty of things to see and do. I really enjoyed all the different educational seminars.

    Anyone remember the name of the gentleman who was nice enough to bring this piece of history out for us all to see and learn about?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpVh_1ACXeM
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    I cannot remember the gentleman's name. However he won numerous awards in the judging circle. Oldest bike, and most rare at the meet. Very cool he brought to share with everyone. Great meet once again, cannot wait until next year.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ohio-Rider View Post
    Congratulation to everyone involved in making this year’s event a wonderful weekend even in the smoldering heat. As always there where plenty of things to see and do. I really enjoyed all the different educational seminars.

    Anyone remember the name of the gentleman who was nice enough to bring this piece of history out for us all to see and learn about?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpVh_1ACXeM

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