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Old 04-13-08, 08:59 PM   #1
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Birthday Pie Pics

As per your requests on the string: "Alright You Crusty Buzzards..." http://bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=406395



I did not ride 50 miles on my birthday, however I did see two people riding bikes that day. As for the pie....righteous!

Thanks for all the good wishes and welcome messages!

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Old 04-14-08, 09:09 AM   #2
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That's great looking pie

I'm sure there will many of us wanting to join the next birthday ride if that pie is served.
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After the pie we can smoke the flowers...man.
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After the pie we can smoke the flowers...man.
Can't say I ever smoked flowers but being an old farm girl I've had my share of corn silk
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Can't say I ever smoked flowers but being an old farm girl I've had my share of corn silk
Yup, me too. And tea, regular tea from a tea bag! One bag would fill a pipe, very convenient.
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Yup, me too. And tea, regular tea from a tea bag! One bag would fill a pipe, very convenient.
Never use teabags- Get the proper leaf tea and a mix of 2 parts Assam to 1 Earl grey.

Now as to the pie. Coconut sounds appetising- but Don't fancy the roughage much.
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