EffBee Posted November 8, 2007 Share Posted November 8, 2007 Actually, the official name is the: "Honey, I'm Gonna Get Out Of Your Way So You Can Cook Thanksgiving Dinner In Peace, Male Chauvanist Pig Breakfast Ride." And yes, ladies are welcome. Well, hail. Enough of you have asked me about it I guess we need to try and do this again. The Bakery in Julian is open on Thanksgiving. And normally that means if you're not there at 7:30 when the doors unlock, you don't get a seat. So someone else (shudder!) gets your apple/walnut/oatmeal pancakes, your side order of 8 strips of bacon, and your 3 scrambled eggs. Of course there are also biscuits the size of a large tuna can, a waffle deep enough to hide a half a bottle of syrup in, and other gastronomic exxagerations. Fortunately, being Thanksgiving, their business skews toward turkey dinner that day, so we can arrive a little bit later (allowing Nora to get her beauty sleep), and we should be able to get seated without much issue. So, unless you hear differently, here's the plan. Coming from SoCal we can meet at my house at 6AM (PM me for address/directions. . .do not trust MapQuest for directions) or you can just ride to the rendezvous point. Sandy Eggo area riders can meet at our SoCal rendezvous point or if someone from down south wants to post here with a pre-staging area and/or a rendezvous point of your own, please do so. SoCal Rendezvous: From I-15, take the Hwy79 East exit (in Temecula), go east about 1 block and turn right into the side street with the Mobil station on it. We will depart FROM the Mobil station at 7:00AM sharp and that should put us in Julian at 8:00, seated/eating/paid/out by 9:30AM and home by 11-11:30. If you don't overdo breakfast, you should have room for a 3PM Thanksgiving dinner. Please RSVP below and if you want to take the lead for the SD riders and establish your own meeting points, be my guest. One note: We will be cooked for and served by people who don't have Thanksgiving off and we are grateful for their sacrifice. It IS Thanksgiving, so we tip heavy. Come armed. Link to comment
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