Fw: cranberry recipe

Charles Scappaticci scapco at ecentral.com
Wed Oct 13 09:49:39 PDT 2010


Sounds like a great ride with your daughter, that's very cool.  I
really want to get back up that way sometime, I just have to figure
out how and when.

Took my new to me ZX6R our for a first ride last Saturday and decided
that Heli-Bars are in my near future as the weight on the wrists and
elbow is too much for a long ride.  On the other hand, this thing
handles amazingly and runs like a raped ape.  I've never had a bike
whose real power band goes from 10K to 16Krpms before, but it fly's
when you rev it.  The other downside of the ride was the asshole that
deliberately tried to run me of the road when I tried to pass him in
Turkey Creek Canyon..After some middle finger shaking, I pulled over
at the Deer Creek Canyon intersection and waited for him because I was
ready to fight, but he kept going instead.  I'm going to keep an eye
out for this bastard and if I see him again we will have more than

Charles S.

On Tue, Oct 12, 2010 at 6:50 PM,  <blackgpz at rochester.rr.com> wrote:
> I'll help you out here, Chuck. My battery's not dead, I'm not making Cranberry sauce and I'm not letting my meat loaf. My youngest daughter (29 yo) got her MC license this year and bought herself a new 500 Vulcan. She lives in Dover, NH. I decided to ride out and meet her and do some New England leaf peepin' for a couple days. Left Saturday morning for my 450 mile trip from beautiful downtown Brockport to my daughter's house in Dover. After the usual boring 200 miles on the NYS Thruway, I elected to stay off the Mass Pike and take Rt. 9 across VT and NH. Traffic was horrible but at least it was scenic. The next day, my daughter and I headed up towards Lake Winipisaukee then across the Kancamagus Highway and into Vermont. We ended up in South Burlington and met Rob and Michelle Schwartz for a nice (but somewhat lengthy) dinner. Rob & Michelle, nice to see you guys again. Next morning, we took 116 South toward Rt. 17. Hey Rob, since you guys aren't far off of 116, I took Amanda
>  and showed her your place so she could see how the "poor people" live ;^) The barn addition looks good! Back out to 116 to Rt. 17, across to the Appalachian Gap and on to Rt. 100. Took that South to Rt 9 again and back to Dover. I left Dover this morning (at 40F) and headed to West Brattleboro to have breakfast at my favorite restaurant, the Chelsea Royal Diner. If you like Corned Beef Hash, their's is homemade and to die for. Got back in Brockport at 5:15 PM after a quick 1400 mile/4 day trip. The season's not over yet!
> Steve

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