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Seattle drive MONDAY 9/1/08!


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Hey I want to get to know some of you seattle 02ers!

Lets drive some time b4 the summer is up!

Next weekend maybe (AUG. 30 or 31)?????

Let me know. Even if its just one other person it will still be fun.

I know ive seen about 15 different ones just this summer alone.


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Aren't you a skater?

I've been meaning to check out the Woodinville skate park for a few years.

Looks like I'll have some time on Labor Day.

I'd have to go pretty early since I'm a hack and don't feel like crashing into any kids.

Anyway if it gets too crowded we could head out Woodinville-Duvall Rd. or Paradise Lake Rd. etc.

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Yeah im not sure where to meet...

I met a 02er today who's down to come along.

I live near downtown seattle. It depends on whos coming and from where.

Id love to meet at Golden Gardens beach then figure what to do from there.

Ive never set up a meet and drive but im so desprate to meet some 02ers that im trying to make it happen.

so as of now we've got a potential 3 people yet they all seem scattered around.

So my proposal is Golden Gardens on memorial day round 12pm. in the 1st lot

Anyone who has any better meeting places please post up and let me know ASAP.

this way i have time to call and invite the fellow i met today who has two 02s, he seemed like he was very interested.


like i said any meeting place sugestions arround seattle would be great. (golden gardens may be PACKED on monday)

As for skating.... im always down for a greenlake sk8 park run.

we have a big bowl set up and a deep pool i wont go near.

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Turnout for the first annual Seattle Labor Day (or thereabouts) Meet-Up and Drive was unprecedented...


Mine is the red one.

Eventually another faq'er arrived...


We got our ducks in a row...


And decided to head a few blocks down to the Ballard Locks.


Seriously it was just tron and myself and we only drove about five miles, but we must have talked on a range of subjects for about an hour and a half. Well worthwhile.


My uncle ran that drawbridge in the background for as long as I can remember until he finally retired.

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Turnout for the first annual Seattle Labor Day (or thereabouts) Meet-Up and Drive was unprecedented...

i would've been there if my car wasnt in pieces still.

Sometimes you're flush and sometimes you're bust, and when you're up, it's never as good as it seems, and when you're down, you never think you'll be up again, but life goes on

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Hey guys....thought you might like to join my Seattle Roundel group I just started on yahoo groups for anyone who has an old 02 the like....join in if you want at:


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