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Re: USA Q-list gathering

Sounds like great fun, Jim.

How's about seeing if we can obtain some sort of special dispensation from
the local gendarmerie relative to speed limits for some of the proposed side
jaunts.  Maybe even getting some sort of limitation of access for the
slowpoke tourist-types for a short while?

Probably not.  Dream on, Alice.

Gosh, I really need to get those suspension mods, Eric.  Unfortunately, $$$...

At 08:49 AM 11/9/96 -0500, you wrote:
>After the recent Maryland gathering, and listening to the reviews of the
>Kanc run, I began thinking how great it would be if we could organize a
>nationwide Q-list gathering, possibly somewhere in the center of the
>country, thereby making it accessible to all. (Of course, our international
>friends are welcome also!!)
>I was thinking that each region (i.e. New England etc..) could organize the
>"fun runs" (i.e. drives through scenic twisties...), so that we would not
>always be on the highway (i.e. yawn... ho hum!!) on our way to the meeting
>place. As the group travelled along, they could meet up with others along
>the way, making sort of a convoy.
>I kinda' picture it like the One Lap of America (especially for those that
>will have to drive a big distance!), where instead of stopping off the
>highway adventure at selected racetracks, we would take a detour through the
>scenic twisties.
>For all those that experienced the Kanc run, and those that read about it
>here, I think you can envision how great this trip would be. I feel it would
>be an incredible experience.
>If we wanted to, we could possibly see if AoA would like to get involved, or
>perhaps instead, try to raise some $$ for charity. Just random thoughts. I
>am opening this up for discussion.
>So as not to take up extra bandwith, once I start to get some
>responses/feedback, we could take it "off the list".
>So, is anyone up for it? Organizing it would be a large task, but I am game
>to do it (with help from volunteers, of course!!).
>Hoping to hear some feedback........
>                             Jim Griffin
>                      JGriff@pobox.com
>                        Maryland, USA
>"Perception is often stronger than reality!"
>                               '92 100S
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