All the In-N-Outs in the World

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - West & PNW' started by brfinley, Apr 15, 2006.

  1. brfinley

    brfinley Brooster

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    Here is some nutritional support for your route files.

    (No, I haven't visited them all.)

    ::dg

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  2. John E Davies

    John E Davies Runs at Mouth Adventurer

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    Ok, for everyone else in the West who doesn't live in CA - these are apparently restaurant waypoints throughout CA and some in AZ. They are not exactly useful for me.....

    PLEASE post a full description when you post a gpx file!

    John Davies
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  3. soloyosh

    soloyosh Dad and husband

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    In-n-Out burger... Linky

    Good Stuff

    Cheers
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  4. felix21685

    felix21685 Adventurer

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    best fast food burger out there. man the closets one is an hour and a half away.. i want one NOW ! :)
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  5. brfinley

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    John, this is useful to you. You just may not know it yet. Even if you are
    vegetarian you can get something at In-N-Out from the Secret Menu.

    Today's geography lesson:
    Redding, Las Vegas, Reno, Laughlin, San Francisco, and Phoenix are not in
    Southern California.

    Suggested adventure tour:
    Ride from Spokane to Redding, CA or Reno, NV (your nearest In-N-Out) and
    eat one. People have done things like this because they like them so much.
    You could even include Steen's Mountain, the Alvord Desert, the California
    Discovery Route-Modoc section, and the Black Rock Desert to make it more
    traditional.

    Really, for the whole cultural experience you should ride all the way to
    Southern California, preferably a beach community and visit an In-N-Out
    in its native habitat. And for the history, visit In-N-Out #1 on Francisquito
    Ave. in Baldwin Park, next to where the Snyder Family's meat market was.

    Happy Motoring
    Bruce
    (no affiliation with In-N-Out, only an affinity)
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  6. ontheGaS

    ontheGaS Adventurer

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    Hey Bruce, where can I get a copy of the secret In-N-Out menu??? Sure glad there's an In-N-Out 10 minutes from my house, although I have to limit myself so as to not burn out. Great group ride destination. Later, Roger.
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  7. brfinley

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    This is it: Secret Menu
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  8. Ostrich

    Ostrich Jaded and Happy

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    MmMMmmMMmmm In-N-Out Burger.
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  9. LAPTRAFFIC

    LAPTRAFFIC RIP, Wes...

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    can you get us a "BURGERVILLE" listing?...
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  10. brfinley

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    I have never heard of Burgerville, so I will have to screen your request. I don't want any part of promoting shoddy burgers.

    Are they good?
    Are they made fresh?
    Any cases of food poisoning in the past five years?
    Do they come in waterproof wrappers (since they are all in the Northwest)?

    OK, here your go....

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  11. AngryRed

    AngryRed Lost in Cyber Space

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    I am a vegetarian and I eat at In-n-Out any chance I can get. They have some of the best grilled cheese you can get on the go (mmm grilled onion).

    I have visited In-n-Outs in all three states and frequent the ones in Vegas where I live often. This GPX file is an awesome idea for when I'm in L.A. and riding hungry. I can never seem to find the ones I'm looking for on I-10 until I drive right by them or have already eaten.

    Thanks :clap
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  12. canpile

    canpile Trail User

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    Cheeseburger w/onions, animal style fries, and a large rootbeer!!:D
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  13. PozoRider

    PozoRider Just Ride

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    Double-Doulbe, Animal style, fries well, large Diet Coke mmmmm. The only way it could get better is if they had beer on tap.:freaky
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  14. brfinley

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    Diet Coke? Oh Puleeez! No wonder you want beer.

    BRF
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  15. PozoRider

    PozoRider Just Ride

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    The Diet Coke is so that I CAN drink beer, and not have to switch to riding Harleys.
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  16. brfinley

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    Yeah, I can see that. I didn't realize the Sugar/Harley relationship.

    BRF
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  17. Jack90210

    Jack90210 quia ego nominor leo

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