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Old 08-27-2008, 01:41 PM   #1
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Labor Day Ride

We're meeting at my house in Huntsville @ 6:00 Monday evening to do a nice relaxed Labor Day Ride up around Lake Livingston and Onalaska then back to here. It's straight down I-45 only about 35 minutes from the Woodlands so I'd love to see some of ya'll show up!

Here is the route, if anyone shows interest I'll PM them directions to my place. Last time I did a ride out here and posted on MH YankeeR6 and a few others met at Hooters in Houston and rode out together:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&sadd...6&ie=UTF8&z=11

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There is already a Labor Day ride meeting that morning. Can you guys make it down to that one, or are you trying to do a small group?

Those are nice areas to cruise, btw!! I may actually end up going to Onalaska anyway (to hang at some friends' lakehouse )!!!!
I have a club here at school so a group of us are going. It's too hot to go in the middle of the day, but these folks don't wake up till noon+ and I have work until 5PM (but I get double pay w00t!!)
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