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Old 10-09-2011, 05:46 PM
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I went to the Pa. Grand canyon today. It was so beautiful. Bright sunny day.It looked a little like Sturgis too. Here are pics from the day.The bikes pictured are nice rides, and I promised these folks I would post there rides on here so they can look later when they get home. I Suspect some of them will be joining after they see the site . None of them heard of hotrodders untill now. Check out the next to last pic. It a german war machine. It was moving so it turned out blurry. It had a sidecar too.
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Old 10-09-2011, 05:48 PM
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Old 10-09-2011, 05:51 PM
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Here are some more.The folks were great, everyone had a great time.
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Old 10-09-2011, 05:54 PM
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Here are the next set. I couldnt photo all the scooters as some were allways leaving and more were coming in.The last bike is the german war bike.Check out the last pic...a 61 willys....sweeet.
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Although these bikes are works of art, I am moving this to the lounge....
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Here are the next set. I couldn't photo all the scooters as some were always leaving and more were coming in.The last bike is the German war bike.Check out the last pic...a 61 willys....sweeet.
I like the word on the front fender of the German bike.Do you no what it stands for?If not I do.
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Sheesh this in PA! I spent 6 six weeks in Erie and asked many people about things to go see while I was there in their city and no one mentioned this? Makes the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame look pretty shallow in comparison.

I feel ripped off, nice pics...thanks for sharing!
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Sheesh this in PA! I spent 6 six weeks in Erie and asked many people about things to go see while I was there in their city and no one mentioned this? Makes the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame look pretty shallow in comparison.

I feel ripped off, nice pics...thanks for sharing!
I was thinking the same thing, I was 5 months in Philly/N.J. area in 2000 for work, could have taken a nice road trip.
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I like the word on the front fender of the German bike.Do you no what it stands for?If not I do.
It says Dilligaf, dont have a clue, maybe it is the name of the bike?
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Sheesh this in PA! I spent 6 six weeks in Erie and asked many people about things to go see while I was there in their city and no one mentioned this? Makes the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame look pretty shallow in comparison.

I feel ripped off, nice pics...thanks for sharing!
Too bad you didnt know. Route 6 is voted the most scenic in the country by may popular tour agencys ( AAA and stuff). The canyon is several miles off of route 6.
I live close to the grand canyon, between two state forests, my view at home is pretty nice too.
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I was thinking the same thing, I was 5 months in Philly/N.J. area in 2000 for work, could have taken a nice road trip.
Next time you are around Philly, head west on route 30 to lancaster. Its big on Amish there. Its pretty neat.On Lancasters east side (ronks) there is a steam train you can ride . We used to stop at the farm stands and buy produce. Oh man the tomatoes were so good you cant believe it. The scenery is real good too.It is not uncommon to pass a field with a guy plowing with a few horses hooked to the plow.
I like it better here in the mountains though.
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Hee Hee. I just did an internet search for dilligaf.. seems it ISNT the bikes brand name ...LOL
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Next time you are around Philly, head west on route 30 to lancaster. Its big on Amish there. Its pretty neat.On Lancasters east side (ronks) there is a steam train you can ride . We used to stop at the farm stands and buy produce. Oh man the tomatoes were so good you cant believe it. The scenery is real good too.It is not uncommon to pass a field with a guy plowing with a few horses hooked to the plow.
I like it better here in the mountains though.
I took that trip, also went to Hershey. About all, cept the historical stuff in and around Philly.

I will use Dilligaf, probably more so than I should. I lie this one, I can mumble it, I can shout it out, not many will know the meaning. I will say it's Norwegian.
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