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December Alpine owners get together

Discussion in 'Dallas / Ft. Worth Chapter' started by crs, Dec 18, 2013.

  1. crs

    crs Donation Time

    Three DFW area SAOCA members were able to have a nice lunch and get-aquainted meeting yesterday at the Gas Monkey Bar and Grill in Dallas. :)
    This place is auto oriented with good food and music - our waitress was a motor cycylist and wore jeans and bike boots, a cool chick who asked us to come back at night when there is a boot scooting band and much less clothing on the servers! :D Good times!
    In attendance besides myself (Red V6 Series 4 Alpine) were Lloyd Baker (Blue V8 Series 5 Alpine) and John Artuso(Recently moved here with original Series 2 red Alpine). Bill Mohr and Rick Guest were unable to attend.

    In addition to the usual BS and car talk, we discussed plans for local Alpiners to meet at my farm for BBQ and a tour of nearby country roads and interesting sights next spring.
  2. Hodee

    Hodee Gold Level Sponsor

    Get together

    I Would love to hook up next spring and cruise some country roads. Where is your farm? I am in southwest Houston so I would have about a 5 hr. drive up there. A 422 rearend will make for some slow highway travel but I'm up for it.
    67 SerV Alpine.
  3. crs

    crs Donation Time

    I will post here when we organize some tours and you would be welcome to participate. If you are new to the area, there are some very interesting roads in the hill Country west of Austin and also in the piney woods of east Texas. You can research such in Texas Highways and in Texas Parks and Wildlife.


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