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Discussion in 'USA Northeast Riders' started by Mr. 36654, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. Mr. 36654

    Mr. 36654 Well-Known Member

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    The folks from Massachusetts can be real chatty when you violate their arse backward technique in traffic circles...
     
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    DewBoys isn't part of any universe........:)
     
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    Do they still hold the RubberCow rally in that area?
     
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    Google isn't my friend: showed me a delicious breakfast in a beautiful area THEN told me it was 1,700 miles away. Stupid Google
     
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    :D...these are probably displaced Bostonians or New Yorkers, and not good old downeasters or New Englanders. Ignore them.
     
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    Mr. 36654 Well-Known Member

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    You need to relocate
     
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    And, she looked like such a nice middle aged nurse. Waving at me with one finger and showing all her teeth. She was trying to tell me something, but I was wearing hearing protection. Oh well.
     
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    Not sure how many of my relatives still have all their teeth....
     
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    OK........from this point forward, I consider you an honest man.
     
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    Global Warming is your friend. I think I scraped the drive way once this winter
     
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    Mid-Atlantic here, but a huge fan of scrapple, the famous Amish-based breakfast meat...
     
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    New Yorker, living in VT for the past 18 years checking in. So I have both the reticence and chattiness covered.
     
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    Reticence is an excellent SAT word........I wish I could remember to use it.

    How could anyone forget the bacon delivery king of the Empire State?
     
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    http://www.dictionary.com/browse/reticent

    Re: My claim to fame on this board, being the bacon delivery king of The Green Mountain State, I've expanded my skill set and just carried 6 gallons of genuine Vermont maple syrup. Photos to follow:D!!!
     
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    Ponhaus is the local term. If you say there's meat in there, that's your choice.

    The connective tissue of the abdominal cavity and the head of the hog (minus the skin) are boiled in the butchering kettle. Once the head is cooked thru, the skull and bones are removed from the kettle and corn meal is added to the broth to thicken. The mush is then placed in rectangular pans and allowed to cool and gel.

    If you forget about the boiled hog parts, but still add the corn meal........you make Polenta
     
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    I am truly in awe.....
     
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    Well, I went to Hartman's and didn't find Mr. Numbers in attendance. Had a great ride and found some new roads. Here's the pic:
     

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    I never got past the PA/NY border............:oops: From End of Road.jpg
     
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    Ohh........You have one of those spiffy red frames..........Fetching!
     

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