Huzzah! My NA Meetup post was approved. If you know any motorcyclists in the New England area, please share this link with them.
I'm sorry it's last minute. Bike week snuck up on me this year.
The loop ride will not be an option for me, as I have somewhere I need to be that afternoon. So, is there any interest in a guided ride on good roads to Weir's beach?
Is there any interest in a NA meetup/MC ride at NH bike week? I'd be happy to lead such a ride on Saturday June 12th.
I'm thinking either a 150-ish mile loop on some of the lesser used (and more fun) roads, or we can meetup on the NH/MA boarder, and I'll show you the good way to Laconia (hint: it's not Route 11).
This is crazy/awesome. I ordered a used CD. It arrived today, and it's autographed! What are the odds?
I want to thank everyone for the suggestions. I don't want to give up on this cat, but he's not leaving us with much choice. We got him from a shelter that does not euthanize. He was there for over a year, because he is incredibly standoffish with new people, even though he's very affectionate. We've put a lot of work into getting him to trust us. I think my wife is close to giving up on him. If he goes back, I don't think he'll ever find another home.
I'm a cat person. I've never had trouble with a cat before. I don't know what to do.
Please help of you can.
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Lodge sells these decorative skillets on their website. They have a bunch of nature designs also, but I liked the Buffalo nickel the best. I bought one for myself, and one for my daughter. I ground them flat and smooth with a grinder and flap disks, and I relieved all the edges and casting lines with a Dremmel and carbide burr. It took a while, but I'm happy with the results.
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