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Old 05-18-23, 05:01 PM
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Originally Posted by puchfinnland
thank you pastorbobnlnh It was a difficult time in my life and I thank all C&V people who were there for me,
I was suffering for a grave depression, divorce, Unemployment, and about to loose my kids, and moving away from my home of 16 years.
I still have my thinned fleet of vintage bicycles, I will be selling off a frame set or 2 that is not needed, but It has been awhile since I been on the PUCH,
I am now re-married and live in Deale Maryland , I have been employed with the same company for almost 9 years and can say I am financially doing OK.
I ran into photogravity about a year ago and it was really wonderful to meet up with my old friend again. I never forget you guys, and Nelli is now 18!
We went for a ride last summer on my Puchs, Im not dead yet, and I sure could need some exercise to loose about 20 US pounds!
Photogravity! A blast from the past.
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Old 05-18-23, 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by fender1
I wrote this one without really thinking about its alternate meaning:

What does $150 buy you in Lancaster Pa on a Saturday night??
It's ok, I remember this one and everyone else did for you!
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Old 05-18-23, 05:28 PM
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When I see that Cannondale, I can't help but think of June's choice of media in her Club Berlin basement art space.


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/After_Hours_(film)
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Old 05-19-23, 10:25 AM
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Post your Centurion Ironman.. For the love of 80s paint jobs!
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