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post #11 of 1058 (permalink) Old 09-29-2010, 12:40 PM
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you guys are all just jealous you dont got amazing cheese like we do here!
n btw.. i have never heard of cheese curtain either n i have heard alot

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ok that cali cow stuff is B/s lol i was watching rob derdecks F-factory and he bought one of their most expenisve cheese guess were it came from Wisconsin lol.


but on to the real topic welcome to the site Padlock im in oshkosh so i tend to drive around the foxvalley area alot...me and DKS were planning a cruise sometime before it gets bad out....so if u ever want to cruise im sure ull see me around sometime !

great to see another owner in wisconsin !
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post #13 of 1058 (permalink) Old 09-29-2010, 01:58 PM
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yea i more or less just drive down 41 and thats about all! if i knew where you guys were on my trips back i wouldnt mind stopping but its all a matter of knowing. I always wanted to get a cruise going or go on one.

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well im in oshkosh so 21 or 41 i cruise around sometimes...but if u go to appleton for school or something or around that area..i could always meet u somewhere and we can cruise !
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yea ill have to remember this... most of the time, like i said, im just drivin through. i never really stop anywhere, but that can change!

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ya i mean if u ever got time to just chill..u just let me know cuz appleton is 20 mins from me and well gb is about 40-45 so those are really short drives to go for an enjoying balt ride !
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this is very true! appleton is like a 3 hr drive for me now haha.. otherwise it normally an hour or so

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haha ya that is a long drive for u lol...but ya i dont mind driving a little ways to have some fun with our balts.... its an adventure lol
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im thinking this might have to happen during my winter break. i got a month off wit nuttin to do so yea. drift busting in the cobalt FTW haha.. i love winter with the exception of the salt which WI seems to douse on every roadway/sidewalk/& wheelchair ramp in existence lol

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lmao ya man i know what u mean it sucks for winter lol..if we do go during winter we will have to make sure the roads are clear and we really warm our engines up before we do anything...going fast or anything of that nature in the cold winter..could hurt the engine
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