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Discussion in 'Alaska' started by BARB, Mar 6, 2012.
My condolences to Emmitt.
PS, Don't tell Emmitt.
He has grandkids there. We sure are going to miss him. Thanks, Barb
Thanks for the GLOVES Barb.
Space is still available!
Dang and I have some stuff to sell. Going to be in class that day and the wife is working.
find someone who will be here and add it to their table.
Just a reminder that our swap meet is this Saturday! We will have FREE FOOD!
10-6 in the Alaska Leather parking lot, 3611 Minnesota Drive.
Free space in the parking lot for motorcycle-related parts and apparel. Let us know if you need space for a table (907-562-2324)
Do we need to bring our own tables? Or just reserve a space? OR BOTH?
Also there will be no car or truck parking in our lot after 10:00 AM. If you have a booth, set up before 10, then park at PJ's or Alaska Housing on 36th and Spenard. They are not surveying this year so there is plenty of space. See everyone on Saturday! Thanks, Barb
Got it, see you Saturday MAN I found all kinds of stuff to sell:eek1
Helmets, gloves, riding pants,maybe a jacket, a knobby tire, and quite a bit of Harley Softail odds and ends...Should be fun. Other than I'm going to have to drive the Suburban (NOT the bike) in to haul all the stuff, and the table and chair, and cooler, and..........
Do you have a softail stock seat? If so, I may take it off your hands. Thanks, Barb
Thanks to Barb and her crew for putting on this event, it was a great excuse to hang out and talk about bikes for the day! Oh, and a chance to sell some old gear too.
Thanks to everyone for showing up. It was like a block party in Spenard! All we were missing was sunshine. Barb
That was a nice party Barb. Thanks for lunch.
The cute little girl in the Espresso stand wouldn't even take my money, so thanks for the coffee as well.
September 20th, come in and sign up for a spot
Will take the 2-3 shift.
Whoops , fat fingered another one.
Dang it, I'll be working the 20th:eek1 I will have some things to sell IF someone from the valley is going down and would care to help a brother out