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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    A few years ago, a R11RS rider from Kane used my car port to attend a football game at the University.
    That would have been my friend Rick. Since then, the RS was totaled and Rick was injured fairly seriously when a pickup truck ran into him a few miles from home. He's now riding a GS and took his dream trip to Alaska last summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbenson View Post
    That would have been my friend Rick. Since then, the RS was totaled and Rick was injured fairly seriously when a pickup truck ran into him a few miles from home. He's now riding a GS and took his dream trip to Alaska last summer.
    Sorry to hear about the accident, but I'm glad to hear that everything worked out. Pass on my regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    Somewhere more than 20-miles from my house. BTW - it's a good coffee shop.

    How are you doing? Not many posts in the last few months?
    I rode past it today but didn't stop--heading up to Snow Shoe, 144 over to Renovo then 120 down to Lock Haven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36654 View Post
    I like to stop for a nice coffee on my Sunday or Saturday afternoon ride thru the nice, but desolate northern tier of PA. Sadly, beyond the little shop in Bellefonte, PA (closed on Sunday and in my home town), I can't think of any decent coffee shops from there to the NY border.

    Any suggestions?
    HI, There is a bagel shop in Edinboro,Pa They usually have a few different coffee flavors along with excellent bagels (sandwiches [made with bagels of course] and soups). I'm pretty sure they close at 3pm. Although I just called them (2:20pm) ,their websight said they're open until 4, no answer. Located on Rt 6n. west of the center stoplight in town. 6n & 99. From there go North to Wattsburg, Pa. Hop on Rt.474 into N.Y (southern tier) it's a beautiful curvy,rolling hills kind of road. The last time I was on it, it was newly paved. I hope it's still in good shape. Google it and have fun. Ride safe.
    Last edited by noobus1100; 08-10-2017 at 01:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockbottom View Post
    Opposite of south.....but if you travel far enough north, you will go south .......and vice versa.

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