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7/01/2016 6:20 PM  #1


Just made it home from the bash on July 1st.

After almost 3500 miles, 9 different hotel rooms, countless fuel and meal stops and unlimited sights Miss Shirley and I made it back to Mississippi safe and sound in the Boss 302 mustang. I averaged 23.7 miles per gallon from Flagstaff to home which is pretty amazing considering we consistently drove between 80 and 85 MPH.
I can't express my appreciation to the excellent preparation and planning Bullet Bob and whomever did to put on the bash. It was truly an enjoyable gathering of outstanding folks and we had a most excellent time.
For those that are wondering, new tires are on order.


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7/03/2016 11:35 AM  #2


Re: Just made it home from the bash on July 1st.

Dumnernhell wrote:

After almost 3500 miles, 9 different hotel rooms, countless fuel and meal stops and unlimited sights Miss Shirley and I made it back to Mississippi safe and sound in the Boss 302 mustang. I averaged 23.7 miles per gallon from Flagstaff to home which is pretty amazing considering we consistently drove between 80 and 85 MPH.
I can't express my appreciation to the excellent preparation and planning Bullet Bob and whomever did to put on the bash. It was truly an enjoyable gathering of outstanding folks and we had a most excellent time.
For those that are wondering, new tires are on order.

Thank you very much, Don.  I'm very glad you folks could make it.  Enjoyed meeting Billy too.  I'm Just curious, though...did you turn right at Ridgway or go back over Red Mtn. Pass?

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Last edited by Bullet Bob (7/03/2016 11:38 AM)


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