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    Thumbs up Thanks Bob and David!

    We had a really great time on the Fall Tour this weekend. The drive was spectacular and the company was great!! I'm already looking forward to the next one!

    Thank you for all of the hard work and planning that you put into this, it was top rate.

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    Cool

    All I can say is what a rush, myself and Cheryl really, really, really enjoyed this weekends over night Fall Tour to Wisp/Deep Creek Maryland. The location was amazing, the fellowship outstanding, the food superb and the drive nothing short of breath-taking. This tour took our breath away and added a great deal of excitement to our lives. Thanks Dave and Bob for putting together another NCC First-Class Tour. Just me and Cheryl's two and a half cents worth. Happy Motoring...
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    I'm jealous.
    My current local chapter doesn't do a thing.

    The directions should be posted on the website so others can go on the drive on their leisure.
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    Talking The next time?

    1. I can't speak for David - but I can tell you it is great fun planning and executing a good tour. Thanks for your comments. Suggestions are also welcome.

    2. Bonnie (Clarese) and Clyde - Where were you? I though you were gonna join the 10 of us at the winery? Someone said they saw you blow right past Elk Run. Were you still trying to catch up to me?

    3. and we will not discuss on here - the group that CLOSED the WISP Bar - Saturday night (Sunday morning). Or the sleepy wife who said exit 28B....instead of 29B.....

    4. Steven - we started a group in Maryland and another one in Virginia for this tour. You could always start a group in the Carolina's and join us.

    and for all of you who monitor our web site - and did NOT join us this past weekend...eat your heart out...just wait until all the pictures get posted.....

    AND PLAN NOW - MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW --

    - APRIL 26-27, 2008 - SPRING OVERNIGHT TOUR!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpongeBob View Post
    2. Bonnie (Clarese) and Clyde - Where were you? I though you were gonna join the 10 of us at the winery? Someone said they saw you blow right past Elk Run. Were you still trying to catch up to me?
    Having been among those that were still in the bar when they started turning out the lights and locking the doors, we were pretty tired by the time we left Liberty Road Seafood. We decided to call it a day and head home. Next overnight, we will have to have a better sleep-management plan

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    Thanks to Dave and Bob

    Great job as usual guys! Carol and I thoroughly enjoyed ourselves on the Fall Tour to Long Branch and Deep Creek. We understand what a tremendous amount of work it takes to put on one of these events and want you to know it does not go unnoticed!
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    Talking

    Thanks to Dave, Bob and all the members who made this the greatest event Saida and I have attended so far! The drive was incredible! My lovely co-driver commented more than once on how much I was "enjoying" the ///M3 through the twisties. We both made "WWHHEEEE" sounds as we went down the steep grades and sweeping turns. It was great running into friends from the previous events and making many new friends. I really appreciate Dennis, Ann, and Sue who all showed great concern when a splitting headache tried to ruin my day. After lunch I was good to go! The second leg was even more exciting and we made it to Wisp non the worse for wear. Which is a good thing because it ended up being a looonngg night thanks to a group I can only describe as the "Columbia Maryland Mafia"; a renegade crew of name tag switching comedians who literally drove one of thier own to tears of laughter! We had such a blast words cannot describe it. I can't wait for the next event!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ///MARINE View Post
    "Columbia Maryland Mafia"
    Let me guess...they must also be known as Bonnie and Clyde?
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    Red face

    There are six members of the "Columbia Maryland Mafia" I cannot confirm or deny any of their identities because, as they say back in Brooklyn "Snitches get Stitches". Your investigation will lead you to this Thursdays social at "Chammps" where you will find us all. The members of CMM have lied to us with regard to how far Columbia is from Solomon's Island, so we will make the drive out as if we don't realize it is a trek. See you all there!
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    I'm glad I don't live in "Columbia" and that it is the Columbia Maryland Mafia not just the Maryland Mafia. Also, thanks to Bob and Dave -- this was my first tour but definitely will not be my last. I had a blast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladydi View Post
    I'm glad I don't live in "Columbia" and that it is the Columbia Maryland Mafia not just the Maryland Mafia. Also, thanks to Bob and Dave -- this was my first tour but definitely will not be my last. I had a blast!
    May I suggest looking at our past tours at
    http://www.nccbmwcca.org/index.php?tours_past_events
    Feel free to pick one to do on your own.
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    Thanks for the information, Steven. I've heard about a lot of them from "SpongeBob and gang"; I will definitely take a look!
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    founding member of the CMM just now waking up!! A little "bloated" but overall not feeling too bad...Oh, wait...Where's my legs?

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