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Old 05-12-2012, 06:31 PM
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What sort of specifics are you looking for? I am finding it difficult to plan anything other than what I have without knowing who is coming or their needs.

I figure our outline is as follows:

Friday evening 25 May

Early arrivals can come directly to my place 8202 Middle Point in San Antonio where the visiting can begin. If you plan to bring a tent we can accomodate in the backyard (plumbing is indoors). Or you are welcome to pitch a sleeping bag or cot on the floor.

There are several motels/hotels close by if you require more creature comforts.

Holiday Inn Express at 9536 Amelia Pass is only 2 miles away.
Candlewood Suites 9502 Amelia Pass next door to HIE.
La Quinta at 9522 Brimhall Rd.

Saturday morning early there will be a pancake breakfast at the house and mild wrenching can begin. Anything that can be accomplished by noon is fair game.

Kickstands up at noon (unfinished work stays behind) and its off to visit Bandera and The Twisted Sisters loop. This 100 mile loop has been rated as #1 in Texas and will rival those in other states too. Its a good 250 mile ride including the loop. We return to the house by 1800 for grilling and relaxing and beverages.

Sunday morning is like saturday and we can plan to ride at 1400 (mostly because I dont anticipate the risers to be getting up as early) this time north towards Boerne, Blanco and Austin. Dinner at Rudy's BBQ in Austin on The Capital of Texas Highway before heading back to San Antonio. (I figure some northbound riders may peel off here)
(Keoki if you can swing it, we can end up at your place in Austin in the late afternoon and plan to ride out of Austin on Monday morning, I know you know some good rides up there)

If we end up back in San Antonio, Monday you can get your own darn breakfast and meet at the garage. I'm not planning a ride for Monday, we will talk it over and plan it together.

John is in an anonymous city with an Alamo (N29.519227,W-98.678980)

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