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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #571605 11/11/14 2:35 pm
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Ger, Peter, don't know if you're an endangered species in BB but certainly not in Holland.
We know quite a few Nederlanders in the Dutch BSA Owners Club, Eindhoven comes immediately to mind plus many others. Whether or not they have been here I don't think so.


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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: Peter R] #571616 11/11/14 3:29 pm
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From the Neterlands, does that count?


Definitely. This isn't a "US" census. You guys ride Brit and post? You count!

And Paula, in the Live Music Capital, I have somewhere a photo taken from about five rows from the stage of Elvis from a concert on March 28, 1977 live in Austin. A friend went and gave the photo to me years after Elvis passed.

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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #571650 11/11/14 6:42 pm
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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #571674 11/11/14 9:01 pm
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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #571682 11/11/14 10:14 pm
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T140, I am taking a guess that you didn't know that the Garden state is New Jersey? i know, i know....Garden state=oxy moron.....atleast four of us from my area... edfromnj, rocketscientist and oldcoastie...

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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: T140V-Rich] #571776 11/12/14 3:56 pm
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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #571835 11/12/14 7:53 pm
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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #571931 11/13/14 10:34 am
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Originally Posted by T140V-Rich


And Paula, in the Live Music Capital, I have somewhere a photo taken from about five rows from the stage of Elvis from a concert on March 28, 1977 live in Austin. A friend went and gave the photo to me years after Elvis passed.

Cheers

Richard


That's great? Do you remember the venue? He would have been a bit too big to be at the Armadillo, though I did see lots of legendary performers there. Probably at the Palmer Auditorium. Austin has changed a lot since those days.

Cheers,

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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: Paula C. Buls] #572130 11/14/14 1:06 pm
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Originally Posted by Paula C. Buls
Originally Posted by T140V-Rich


And Paula, in the Live Music Capital, I have somewhere a photo taken from about five rows from the stage of Elvis from a concert on March 28, 1977 live in Austin. A friend went and gave the photo to me years after Elvis passed.

Cheers

Richard


That's great? Do you remember the venue? He would have been a bit too big to be at the Armadillo, though I did see lots of legendary performers there. Probably at the Palmer Auditorium. Austin has changed a lot since those days.

Cheers,

Paula


I really don't what venue. He came to Columbia, SC near here the month before which was considered small for Elvis at 12k seating capacity. If I run across the buddy anytime soon, I'll ask though! If I can find the picture, I'll post it up.


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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #572132 11/14/14 1:22 pm
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Current tally, to include the lost state of the Garden - New Jersey. (Thanks, RoyalOilfield! NM was entered twice. I think one of those was your entry).

Ohio - 9 1/2
North Carolina - 5 1/2
Florida - 4 1/2
New Jersey - 4 1/2
Maryland - 4
Washington - 4
Texas - 3
South Carolina - 2 1/2
Pennsylvania - 2 1/2
Virginia - 2
Netherlands - 2
Colorado - 2
Ontario, Canada - 1 1/2
New York - 1 1/2
Derbyshire, UK - 1
Nanaimo, BC, Canada - 1
Idaho - 1
Oregon - 1
Oxfordshire, UK - 1
Indiana - 1
Vermont - 1
Wisconsin - 1
West Virginia - 1
Iowa - 1
New Mexico - 1

Again, the "1/2"s are where folks reside in two areas.


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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: T140V-Rich] #572160 11/14/14 2:52 pm
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Pennsylvania, and it's darned cold here just now. eek


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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: Dave M] #572162 11/14/14 3:00 pm
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Originally Posted by Dave M

Pennsylvania, and it's darned cold here just now. eek


We have experienced three of Pennsylvanias's seasons and have no wish to try the fourth, seen the pics & that will do for us :bigt


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Re: state by state...how many members [Re: mac] #572169 11/14/14 4:11 pm
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Well, I thought this was something aimed at our Stateside friends so I was delighted to notice a few inclusions from the other side of the pond.

OK, so I'm from Cleveland. No....not Cleveland OH but Cleveland UK. However, I suppose that you've already realis(z)ed that by my user name.

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There's two out here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean that I know of. So far, that beats out about a dozen other states and countries.

There is a small but rather loyal group of Britbikers here.

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