Tuesday, March 12 - crossymphony

Riding bicycles inappropriate for off road terrain off road

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Tuesday, March 12 - crossymphony

Post by JTyre » Mon Mar 11, 2019 5:06 pm

Our formidable interpreter of the crossymphonic repertoire, Maestro R. WornButtons ...


... seems not to lead us on Tuesdays anymore (little f*ker).

Short of anyone else stepping up, I'm ...


... willing to lead us through UVic, Haro, 10-mile, and Mystic, with coffee at Pure Vanilla as the final movement. (Yes, PV is half a block from my house, but this is conductor choice.)

Please join us at OBH with your instruments pre-tuned.

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Re: Tuesday, March 12 - crossymphony

Post by LouiseF » Mon Mar 11, 2019 7:52 pm

Ah, JT. That sounds awesome and most especially the PV part (the only coffee shop patronized by the club that is anywhere close to my house - and it's still not that close). I was all in until breakfast meetings about submarines took precedence. One day we'll ride again.....

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Re: Tuesday, March 12 - crossymphony

Post by esilnarson » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:05 pm

I will be there.
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Re: Tuesday, March 12 - crossymphony

Post by Rolf » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:09 pm

While the prospect of waking at 4:37 a.m. (biological time) to tootle my horn in JT’s orchestra* is certainly appealing, I won’t.

Have fun!

*More conductors is good! But a lot of our cross rides are closer to a late-night jazz club: a bit wobbly, traded leads, and a whole lotta SOUND, man!

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Re: Tuesday, March 12 - crossymphony

Post by Alan » Tue Mar 12, 2019 12:45 pm

I'm glad someone is out there waving the baton and telling you guys how to play.
Maybe we could try a little bit more free form Wednesday morning?... kinda like Angus doing a solo. (ACDC guitar god)
Glad to be home, and rarin' to go....


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