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March 19: Bike ride in Franklin Lakes, NJ

Old 03-07-11, 12:06 AM
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March 19: Bike ride in Franklin Lakes, NJ

Come ride with us. My rough draft of a route is here: https://goo.gl/maps/0EvS

It's about 30 miles long. My wife requested a 16 mile route with the same start and stop points, so I'll work on that, too.

Meet at 10am. You don't have to ride a C&V bike.
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Penciled in. Need to see if it fits with family plans for the day.

I'll ride the old Windsor. sailorbenjamin tried valiantly to find me some rear hub bearing cones in his stash today. I'll have to ride it "grindy". And think about whether an original Windsor wheelset (on ebay) is worth $160 to me or not. These are the times that try men's souls(?)
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I'll definitely be there for this. Sounds like a good time and the route is a very good one. The section between Fayson Lakes and the Lincoln Park airport is really awesome on some very cool backroads.

Plus the ride goes past the end of the runway at the Lincoln Airport. Always a good spot to see some planes taking off and landing directly overhead!
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I'd love to go but it's a very busy time for me, I have Church services Saturday mornings all through Lent. Most of my riding is done on weekdays until after Easter. So, rain check for some time after April? Hope everyone enjoys the ride and I hope I'll see everyone latter in Spring.
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When is Orthodox Easter?

Speaking of Holy Week, I have a temporary church choir job at an Episcopal church. The director asked me to sing at Ash Wednesday service this week. I'm not Christian, but I'm excited anyway, because I've never been to an Ash Wednesday service, and I like the whole idea of it. There ain't nothin' realler in this life than "ashes to ashes!"

The job may turn into permanent if I do well enough.
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Sing baby sing! Hope they offer you the position Tom. This year Orthodoxy and the rest of the world are on the same date and page for Easter, Apri 24th. (Here comes the CV content) Which is cool cuz that means I can sneak away on Friday the 15 to Copake to check out the swap. Still doesn't make up for missing the ride and seeing everyone again ( here comes the weepy part) cuz I miss you guys.
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Tom,

Way back in 1982, as a youngster, just graduated from seminary, I lived about a mile from where you will start and end the ride, on Fardale Ave just over the F.L.-Mahwah town line in Mahwah. My wife began her career with IBM there in FL, or "Flakes" as they called it. We rode our recently bought '80 Schwinn 10 speeds while we lived there. I wish I could join you.

Best of luck with your singing gig this Wednesday. Since I just got home from vacation, this reminded me of what I need to do on Wednesday. I had completely forgotten.
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Friday the 15th?!?
What time would we be getting back? I've got a sister coming to Laguardia at about 2:00.
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Friday the 15th?!?
What time would we be getting back? I've got a sister coming to Laguardia at about 2:00.
No, Velognome is talking about the swap meet on April 15. Our ride will be a week from Saturday, i.e. March 19. Please come! I chose this location with you in mind.
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Thanks, Pastor Bob. I sang this Sunday and also once last month. I think I did well. I'm a really good at sightsinging, and I love doing it. The director asked me to sing out after the first Sunday, so I did my best. Oddly, I'm the only bass in the choir, and they have four tenors.

I chose Franklin Lakes because I want to invite sailorbenjamin and New Jerseyans. I don't know if I've ever been there, but it looks nice on the map.

Velognome, Copake has got to be gorgeous. My daughter went to camp in Lakewood, CT. Rt 22 is amazing though slow. There's a fantastic farm stand near Millerton. If you plan to take that route, buy your lunch there.
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The only bass!?! That is an unusual twist. My director is usually scrambling to see if he can have one of the older women sing tenor! Hope you guys have a great ride.
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I know, tenors are the most rare and precious, except in this choir. No one knows why they have so many tenors and no congregants who can and will sing bass.
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Wish I could join, but I've got family obligations.

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Wish I could join, but I've got family obligations.
Ditto. Daughter's birthday.
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Too far, too soon, otherwise I'd go.
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I don't think I can do this ride. The weekend was open when this thread first posted and now there's a million things happening that day.
I was on stearn watch once during a sort of tight docking maneuver on a sort of big boat. Everyone was really busy with their own task and I was busy with mine, not a good time for joking or non sequiters. I looked up for just a second and caught the best of avian comedy.
A cormorant surfaced with a decent sized fish. A passing gull and a pelican going the other direction saw him dove full speed for the fish. You could hear the smack of those 3 birds colliding across the marina. Of course the fish got away.
I didn't even have time to laugh, though I was about to double up trying not to. I couldn't tell my pals, they were busy. I just had to suck it up and keep going.
Sometiimes, though, I feel like that cormorant. I've got one free saturday to go for a ride with my pals and everyone converges on it with appointments and things that really need to get done and I watch it swim away.
Let's hope for a cancellation
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Put me in as a maybe. Was planning on running on that day but i can always run after the bike ride. Would be nice to meet up with other NJ riders; already met up with neilfein, was pretty cool.
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I don't think I can do this ride. The weekend was open when this thread first posted and now there's a million things happening that day.
I was on stearn watch once during a sort of tight docking maneuver on a sort of big boat. Everyone was really busy with their own task and I was busy with mine, not a good time for joking or non sequiters. I looked up for just a second and caught the best of avian comedy.
A cormorant surfaced with a decent sized fish. A passing gull and a pelican going the other direction saw him dove full speed for the fish. You could hear the smack of those 3 birds colliding across the marina. Of course the fish got away.
I didn't even have time to laugh, though I was about to double up trying not to. I couldn't tell my pals, they were busy. I just had to suck it up and keep going.
Sometiimes, though, I feel like that cormorant. I've got one free saturday to go for a ride with my pals and everyone converges on it with appointments and things that really need to get done and I watch it swim away.
Let's hope for a cancellation
How poignantly you express your feelings! You should be a poet or something. Then you'd get really rich. KIDDING!
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I'm going to try to dust off my Raleigh International and join you on Sat. I have to get my front tubular glued back on. What is the starting address??
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Zaphod is the routemaster. Have we settled on a start point?
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Oh geez, I am??

We've got two routes. A 15 and a 30 mile, both start and end at the same place.
Here's the start/end point - 8 North Corporate Drive, Riverdale, NJ 07457 Park your car in the first lot on the right outside of KO Floors & Specialty Refrigeration/Kitchen Supply (its a large white building on the corner)

Here's the 30 Mile Route: Map Link

Here's the 15 mile route: Map Link


Proposed start time is 10am.
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I have an early afternoon appointment, so I can't sit around and schmooze much before or after, unfortunately.
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Forecast is calling for Rain to end in the Am on Saturday. I'll be there rain or shine.

If its raining look for the beardy guy with the hi-vis rain cape.
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I'll be there rain or shine. My Lovely Wife™ will be there, too, to take the short ride, but I'm guessing she won't come if it's raining.

I'm the guy with the enormous mustache. She's the thin woman with the silver hair.
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I would love to come out and ride with you, if someone can give me a ride from the Bloomfield/Montclair area. My truck has to go into the shop and my wife needs our van at that time. It sounds like a good ride.
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