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  1. Old Comment

    Well it's that time of year

    There's never enough summer, especially years like this one. June's iffy, July through mid August are the best chances we have for summer. My target every year is the middle of August for that Fall kind of feeling, and mother nature usually delivers.

    Almost every year around this time my mind wanders to thinking of better climates, or at least places where a few lousy days doesn't equate to a quarter of the season. One of these days, I'll be wondering if I really need to take a few days off and travel north again to see a few leaves.
    Posted 08-21-2008 at 11:09 AM by VtSteve VtSteve is offline
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    Well it's that time of year

    you're right...

    It just seems to happen so quickly every year.
    Strange...when I was kid, it seemed the summer was a solid 2 1/2 months...mid June, July, August, back to school Sept 3 or 4.
    Now, Summer is one month...ONE! Kids in school until very late June, and as soon as August hits, it's cooler, football/ cheerleading starts 4 nights a week, and noone seems to travel much. Summer= July....just too bad.
    Posted 08-20-2008 at 08:11 AM by sa meredith sa meredith is offline
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    Early Morning

    Hi WBB! Best of luck with your open house!
    Posted 05-30-2008 at 12:40 PM by Rattlesnake Gal Rattlesnake Gal is offline
    Updated 06-05-2008 at 09:22 PM by Rattlesnake Gal
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    Harley Davidson Riding Site Members?

    Yes are rates are competitive. Word on the street is my little business, little old me,is a big enough concern for a Big business who will remain nameless that we were brought up at todays managers meeting! Can you feel the love in town?
    Posted 05-22-2008 at 10:28 PM by WeirsBeachBoater WeirsBeachBoater is offline
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    Harley Davidson Riding Site Members?

    Rates?

    Dave, can one ASSUME that your rates for typical maintenance/repairs on a Harley would be somewhat less than what Meredith HD charges?
    Posted 05-19-2008 at 07:03 PM by Gatto Nero Gatto Nero is offline
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    Harley Davidson Riding Site Members?

    good luck to you & your family Denis! I'll be stopping by next time I'm out that way.

    I have also just started a new "side" business. Nope, not giving up my day job, still have a few more years I want to do before I retire...but I am bored doing "details" and wanted to fire up a Company I had a number of years ago.

    In out first month we've been booked solid. But as t he dust settles I may be branching in to some ancillary side work over in the Winni area...it will be in the installation, repair upgrading of Marine & tow vehicle electronics.

    Anyway, once I get the kinks out of my website and loose ends tied up, I'll be making a splash & be pulling an Ad here with Don....

    Oops, I got sidetracked....but isn't that what blogs are for?

    Once again, good luck Denis!
    Posted 05-19-2008 at 03:34 PM by Skip Skip is offline

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