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This Sunday- Wild Flour bakery drive - SF North Bay


SteveJ
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Hey all,

I'm throwing together another one of our impromptu drives to the bakery. We did one last year by just a few text messages and had 8 cars show up.

It's not a 2002-only drive, nor is it a vintage car only drive. Bring your 02, bring your Pinto, bring your tricycle (if you think you can keep up, Lance). We'll be in our MINI on this trip.

This is just a social drive to hit some of our favorite spots and get together with friends. There are some great foodie stops along with some fun roads. We may hit the bakery, or a funky coffee place, or maybe crab cocktails at the bay, or a picnic at the Cheese factory. Someone check ahead to see if the whales are at Bodega. Mob will rule, but no feelings will be hurt if people splinter off to do their own thing.

Informal.

No entry fee, no schtuff, might not even be any maps or directions. (Bring your GPS or AAA map of Napa/Sonoma counties)

The plan is to meet in front of Sears Point Raceway on the East side of the road across from the track at the official meeting time of 9:30-ish. (That means +/- 15 minutes, or so. It's Sunday). It might be an hour to the coffee place, then 20 or 30 minutes to the next stop. and so on.

Come for part and bail, or stay for it all and we'll figure where to get beers afterwards.

No RSVP, No phone. Just show and go.

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Sears Point (not Inifniteoni) is a good reference point. Most of us know where it's at. I wasn't sure how the Sears Point people would be about a bunch of cars congregating near their turf. It looked like there was a wide enough sholuder and then some dirt shoulder on the east side of the road across from the gate. There were also some turn-in points (for the dirt parking lots) that may be able to fit a few cars.

If you get there extra early and they say it's ok, then we'll meet there. Otherwise, we'll meet on the side of the road where most of our old cars are used to being from time to time.

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