Tues 9/25 Miss B's in Louisburg

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rcrgl1800
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Tues 9/25 Miss B's in Louisburg

Post by rcrgl1800 » Fri Sep 21, 2012 4:14 pm

[attachment=2]Louisburg Miss B's 003.JPG[/attachment]Roger is vacationing and Gary is nursing so they asked me to make arrangements for our Romeo adventure Tuesday the 25th. Miss B's in Louisburg Kansas will be our destination for breakfast through lunch. We haven't been there since last winter. I visited with Debbie and she and her staff are happy to see us back. Breakfast, lunch and sandwiches are always good especially the tenderloin. Miss B's has plenty of seating for all. The weather is supposed to be nice, hope to see you there.

Randy

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Miss B's
1006 South Metcalf
Louisburg, KS
913-837-5974
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5/10/2010
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This picture shows two Romeos
who are now in heaven riding the curves
enjoying themselves in no pain.
Larry & Mel - God bless.
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Re: Tues 9/25 Miss B's in Louisburg

Post by Klem » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:26 am

If anyone knows Dick Roussolout, (spelled wrong I am sure) please ask him to contact me (sourdough40@hotmail.com). We are having a reunion in Emporia and he owned a shop there during the time most of us were riding dirt bikes.

Thanks

Don Duncan
Motorcycles are like Potato chips One is never enough

rcrgl1800
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Re: Tues 9/25 Miss B's in Louisburg

Post by rcrgl1800 » Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:02 pm

With temps in the upper 70's and partly cloudy skies the riding was just right for the trip to Miss B's this morning for several Romeos. The lot had around 30 bikes parked when we arrived with several arriving after us. We spent time looking at Leland and Slina's new BMW before going in to have breakfast/lunch. There were several Romeos that arrived early, ate and left. Several were waiting to visit with the rest of us. As well as I could count there were around 40 of us.

The ladies and cooks did a good job of taking the orders and getting our meals to us. We must have looked like we were starving because they had us served, and ready to go out the door before noon. I believe everyone enjoyed their meal and was full when it was time to leave. They had some good looking pie, cake and bread pudding but I don't believe anyone had room.

I believe the staff and everyone at Miss B's was happy to see us again.

I took a few pictures today, hope you enjoy.

Following this weeks pictures are three pictures taken in Arkansas last week when we were at the Hub. Think maybe this artist has been riding too long.

Proud to be a Romeo
Randy

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[attachment=3]057.JPG[/attachment]Smiling faces all around. Good time today.


This guy may have been riding the Arkansas hills and curves too long. Is this the Romeo that never went home after the Hub?
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