Picture of your bike @ a Tim Hortons!

Discussion in 'Canada' started by Crackberry, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. rchrds

    rchrds Head Doucher

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    Sorry, I missed my chance to get a pic of a loaner bike in front of the timmy hortons over here in Afghanistan. But you guys left early, they closed it, and now we have no doughnuts to enjoy. Sorry.

    (and no cool picture.)
    Maybe someone will ante up a picture from before they closed?
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  2. Crackberry

    Crackberry Been here awhile

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    That fact that you're out there wins major cool factor in my book..:super

    BTW, not sure if you get out to the United Arab Emirates but they've opened one up in Abu Dhabi....which seems to have been a hit!
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  3. kelsow

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    A few more,
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    Does this count?
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  4. waterlilly

    waterlilly No Agenda World Tour

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  5. Crackberry

    Crackberry Been here awhile

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    Does this count?
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    That'd be a YES! :thumb The Timmy's cup is clearly visible
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  6. Dilligaf0220

    Dilligaf0220 Miserablist

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    Can't believe it took three pages!

    At the end of one of those January days when it's just warm enough to tempt you into riding out to Niagara. Ofcourse at night all the melted snow has turned into ice. :huh

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  7. BumpyRoad

    BumpyRoad Adventurer Supporter

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    June 2011, Sunday, Sussex, NB. Headed to Cape Breton. Not able to exchange currency yet so my small black coffee cost $5+ U.S.:bmwrider

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  8. Crackberry

    Crackberry Been here awhile

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    No Kidding! :bow
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  9. Crackberry

    Crackberry Been here awhile

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    Nice picture! No comment about the price you paid for the coffee.....:huh
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  10. 4badboyz

    4badboyz Been here awhile

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    Brockville (I believe) en route to the Trans Lab.
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  11. Drif10

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    Nope.

    That's Napanee.
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  12. adiablolex

    adiablolex Lost again

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  13. enduro0125

    enduro0125 Sticks and Stones™..

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    A blacky,and a whitey.

    :nod
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  14. 4badboyz

    4badboyz Been here awhile

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    how could I forget, we had coffee with Avril:evil
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  15. ohgood

    ohgood Just givver tha berries !!!

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    I wonder if the OP would like to give a brief review of what TH's is.... since some folks don't have them on every corner like Starbucks ?

    (yes, i've seen on, but upon asking my yankee-fied uncle what it was, he said "Its Tim Horton's, that's all" and we kept driving) <---- which was hilarious
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  16. Drif10

    Drif10 Accredited Jackass

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    My condolences.
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  17. Crackberry

    Crackberry Been here awhile

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    For me personally, Tim Hortons is part of Canadian culture. Asking me to provide a review of Tim Hortons would be similar to me asking someone from the South to explain their love of Grits or Biscuits.

    Many Canadians congregate at their local Tim Hortons or &#8220;Timmys&#8221; to socialize with their friends over a cup of coffee, a donut, or some other fare and as my opening post stated, a good portion of our motorcycle community will include a stop @ a Tim Hortons as part of their journey.


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  18. Drif10

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    Everyone knows where T-Ho's is. :nod

    Even if they're not a fan (folks like that turn to communism, eventually).

    For the bike guys, it's easy to meet at, enough parking, has something to eat and drink for most everyone, and a clean toilet. Sold.
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  19. BackRoader

    BackRoader Life Is A Hiway, Ride It.

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    Tim's, Fort France Ontario. Returning to the Peg from a great steak dinner in Ely MN.

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    Woops, that's not Tim's.... it's better !!!! The MADHOUSE Thunder Bay

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  20. GatSS

    GatSS Canadian eh Supporter

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    I got out for a quick ride this afternoon, I had to check out the Tim's that just opened. It's just like home :clap

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