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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Stagehand, Jan 26, 2010.
Don't worry. It's not going to sit long...
Right now I'm looking at a Dutch consulate, Canadian consulate, and Mexican consulate in town...maybe others...now to see which one has a fence, if any.
even in nz the us and german consulates have fences.The US one dont like you stopping outside though,The german one looks like a fortress
It's funny that none of them around here have fences. But I'm going out to get one that's "fence sized" even though it doesn't have the surrounding hardware.
I think fence-sized is sufficient.
There are a lot of them that are just signs on a building - just an office. I want a structure.
Be aware that the Mexican one in Raleigh is no longer on Six Forks. It's on Capital near Yonkers. Just in case you didn't know or the bingoogle yellow pages are stale.
Kinda like this Then(NOT a Tag)
Guess advNZer just found three places to ride. :)
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So don't stop...take a picture as you ride by, making sure to get a mirror, wind screen or something like that in the shot.
FB, I was mistaken. The crowds that used to be here have moved, but not the Consulate. If you headed to where I said it was, I relinquish this one. Will check back in an hour.
It's all yours...
Sorry, meant to get back more quickly, but completely forgot.
Breakfast/lunch/dinner/late night snack stop while out riding.
I think that counts!
Thanks. They have the entire building, but although there's no fence, it's a paranoid crowd that hangs around this building. Wanted to get in and out quickly to avoid confrontation or I'd have gotten more pics.
Edit: The one on Capital has a big Consulate sign on it. Got a feeling they're moving over there.
Now go find a western apparel shop.
got one 5 minutes from me, and I can't ride there.
One day I'll figure out how to avoid this work thing.
That will probably be the same day you sell your bike and can't ride anymore.
In the USA when we think of "western" we often imagine things like Clint Eastwood Spaghetti Westerns shot on location in Italy, riding horseback into the sunset, and softly rolling plains full of Buffalo.
For the new tag go find something that brings to mind or evokes the kind of "western" you have in your country.
In this picture the store is named for our savannah roaming buffalo.