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I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193183 09/21/04 6:40 pm
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Hey gang
I have the Guinness bottle here in Nelson B.C. and have tried about 6 different e-mail addresses in the Vancouver area to bring the bottle to but no one has answered my e-mails. If there is someone in the Seattle or Oregon area that I could send the bottle to that would be great. Riding season up here is coming to an end soon and the bottle should really head south for the Fall and Winter. Let me know who's interested.
Cheers
Brendan in Ymir B.C.


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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193184 09/22/04 2:29 am
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Count me in. I'm close to Seattle. Let's see if we can get some riders between Seattle and B.C, to move it on down. Otherwise, e-mail me about sending it down.
Cheers

Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193185 09/22/04 4:48 pm
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Hey Brendan,

How close to Sumas can you get? If nobody else can do it, I'll pick it up there. Oh--try Lance. He's "[email protected]" and involved with the calendar--like he'd doing most of the actual work...maybe he'd like a little ride on his Spitfire.

Did you try 441cafeSteve in Vancouver?

Details, details. The Devil is in the details!

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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193186 09/22/04 8:34 pm
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I'm pretty booked up with work and band shows for the next 2 weeks. My bike turns into a pumpkin on Oct 9th too. I've got a show in Las Vegas on Oct. 7th and will be flying out of Vancouver on the 6th so I will be down that way though not on my Beezer. Yeah Barb I did try 441cafeSteve but he never got back to me via e-mail.
Cheers


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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193187 09/23/04 4:58 pm
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Hey Brendan

Bob Gambarelli rides BSA and lives in Las Vegas

Try to contact him and see if he can take the bottle from there
his email is
[email protected]
or try to call him on this # 1-702-873-6061
preferebly around 6 PM Las Vegas time.

Thanks for taking care of the bottle and be sure to upload pics to
Coast to Coast Guinness Relay Photos
Ride safe
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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193188 10/09/04 12:20 am
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Folks, my email must have disapeared in the ether Brendan. Been on stand-by so if it is still in Canada I'll check back here to see it's status.
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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193189 10/10/04 5:35 pm
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Hi Steve,

Brendan is sending the bottle to me---if he already has, and if you want to carry it, I'll arrange to get it to the border at the Peace Arch (or Sumas) and you can carry it as far south as you like. How's that?

If he has not sent it yet, let's try to get hold of him and have him hand it off to you, and one of us down here will meet you at the border.

Either way, if you want to put miles on it, we'll make sure you get to. If nothing else, I'll call you if it shows up at my door, and give you the option.

Thanks for checking in....

Barb & Britney


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Britney the B44
Bella the '69 T120
Pip the Triumph (I have "Great Expectations!")
Jaelith the '77 XS650/chair
The unnamed '79 XS650 with...potential
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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193190 10/14/04 6:58 pm
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Originally posted by Barb:
Hi Steve,

Brendan is sending the bottle to me---if he already has, and if you want to carry it, I'll arrange to get it to the border at the Peace Arch (or Sumas) and you can carry it as far south as you like. How's that?

If he has not sent it yet, let's try to get hold of him and have him hand it off to you, and one of us down here will meet you at the border.

Either way, if you want to put miles on it, we'll make sure you get to. If nothing else, I'll call you if it shows up at my door, and give you the option.

Thanks for checking in....

Barb & Britney
I'm going to be meeting with some OVM guys on Saturday the 16th. Our constituency covers people from the Pugent Sound area South to Ashland, OR.
I'll see if I can find anyone in the Northern half of the state to hand that off to.
I'm certainly prepared to run it through the Southern Willamette Valley.
We might be able to get it to California before winter sets in hard.

Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193191 10/15/04 7:18 pm
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Hey folks, I got an email from Brendan and he has the bottle still. We may have it sent here so I can get to either the Peace arch (photo op) or Blaine etc if the timing is tough. I can take a day any time next week to start the ride south so this may be our window if the rain does'nt get to heavy. I'll ride if it is misty or overcast but no day after tommorow torrents please the 441 lost it's water wings last week. LOL! any further I would need a couch to crash on and perhaps a wrench or two.
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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193192 10/16/04 4:32 am
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Hi Guys,

Hey Steve, if Brendan can send the Bottle to you instead of me, that would be great! If I can't meet you at the border, I can arrange for someone to be there, so we can get it headed south! And obviously Carlo has his troops at high alert and will get the thing to the California border. From there it's---up to someone from California. We have long-standing people there. Time for them to step up to the plate.

Oh boy--the West Coast leg is about to begin in earnest! Yummy Guinness wandering down the most beautiful country in the States (go ahead, guys. Kill me now....)
:bigt:

beerchug To all concerned!

Barb & Britney


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Britney the B44
Bella the '69 T120
Pip the Triumph (I have "Great Expectations!")
Jaelith the '77 XS650/chair
The unnamed '79 XS650 with...potential
Millie the R80 BMW--she's "Thoroughly Modern"
Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193193 10/17/04 10:12 pm
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I have emailed Brendan I'm ready, he is busy with band stuff but once it's here I'll bring it down. Just dialed the bike after a bit of gearbox service.
Steve


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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193194 10/19/04 12:04 am
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Hey Barb, the bottle should be here by the weekend. I'll post up a "shout out" when I have it in hand and all is ready to see how far south I get. I'll get the bolts all nugged on the bike this week.
Steve


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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193195 10/19/04 2:22 pm
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Hey Steve
The bottle is officially heading your way. Have a great time with it and take a bunch of pics with it.
Cheers
Brendan


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Re: I need someone to pass the bottle on to... #193196 10/20/04 10:27 am
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Hey Guys and Gals has anyone posted any pics latly? I would really like to read the Journal I bet it is a real kick.. :bigt:

Cheers everyone :g: :g: :g:

Mike Carter

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Hey Barb, the actual bottle of wine need to be right here because of the weekend. I will write-up up the "shout out" as i contain it in hand as well as most is ready to observe how much to the south We receive. I will find the bolts most nugged within the bicycle that 7 days.


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So where exactly did the famous bottle end up?


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