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PostSubject: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Fri 16 Jul - 21:12

Festers,

My wife and I are considering having breakfast Sunday morning at our house before you all head for home.
The biggest problem is that I do not live in Waterloo as Fred did, I live in Farmington NY. which is about 40-45
min. west of Waterloo. I know a lot of you will be heading east out of Waterloo to head home, so this would be
an extra drive for you, but if y'all haven't had enough of the wagons, kooks, and food this might be
a possibility if a bunch of you want to come.

Here is a link to a map.

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=New+York+5,+New+York&daddr=Farmington,+1528+Redfern+Drive,+NY&hl=en&geocode=FfOmjgId76Zr-ykdQ2MiwJXQiTHS7YbeDR7pKw%3BFXiBjwIdR_pj-ym76pShpy_RiTHQsS182uAyjw&mra=ls&sll=42.94235,-77.083511&sspn=0.300082,0.727158&ie=UTF8&ll=42.904136,-76.830826&spn=0.300268,0.727158&z=11

There are other ways to go, but Rt. 96 is the most direct way.

If you want to look it up on your own, my address is: 1528 Redfern Dr. Farmington, NY. 14425

Give me some feed back, you won't hurt my feelings.

Thanks,
Mike


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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Fri 16 Jul - 22:08

Hi Mike

I would like to go but have an 8 hour trip home, so I would pass. Thanks for the nice gesture.

Tom

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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Sat 17 Jul - 11:22

It's almost on the way home for us!
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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Sat 17 Jul - 12:43

If it were on my way I'd be all over it, but I'm heading straight south and have close to 1500 miles to cover, so um....don't think I"ll be making it Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Sat 17 Jul - 17:53

Its REALLY close to where I am staying. I only have to go to Syracuse for Sunday night......... I am in!! In fact, I will cook!!
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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Sun 18 Jul - 15:49

BigBlackBeaSSt wrote:
Its REALLY close to where I am staying. I only have to go to Syracuse for Sunday night......... I am in!! In fact, I will cook!!

Oh boy, if Tim's cooking I better pass on breakfast then.... j/k

We're definietly up for some b-fast on the way home. I can probably twist Ian's arm into stopping too.
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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Sun 18 Jul - 17:24

Thanks for the offer, Mike. That's really cool of you! Smile

If it were on my way, I would definately go, but unfortunately, I'm one of the guys heading east. And adding an hour and a half to the long trip with the wife and toddler just wouldn't be a good thing for me to do. Wink

I'm sure you'll get quite a few takers though! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Mon 19 Jul - 17:14

scoob8000 wrote:
It's almost on the way home for us!

i'm game if you are!!! you don't ever have to twist my arm for breakfast!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Thu 22 Jul - 18:47

Well, breakfast is a go. Only 4 signed up so it should be easy. We're going to do the French Toast stuff Kelly makes, a bacon, egg, and cheese casserole, some fruit, juice, coffee, and all the basic cold cereal as well. We will have a few other things as well, but I'm not sure of what just yet, it will have to be a surprise.

Any other takers? Let me know. I will have directions at the park on Sat. on how to get to my house, so no excuses of getting lost Tim. Wink

Mike
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PostSubject: Re: Wagon Fest breakfast?    Fri 23 Jul - 17:04

Dangit! I forgot I was supposed to get Kelly's recipie for her choc chip cookies!
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