Redondo Beach Meet & Greet

Our Annual Meet and Greet will be at this new location in Redondo Beach. A great setting to get together.
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Re: Redondo Beach Meet & Greet

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Post by Crismateski » Tue Feb 21, 2012 10:48 am

I can be there when ever, just give me a time.

I was planning on looking online to see if I can find a mom and pop place around there for breakfast.
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Post by DaveK » Tue Feb 21, 2012 4:00 pm

Cris:

Can you bring the tables at 8:30AM? If you are planning on staying all day (until about 3:30PM), we can certainly use the tables.

As far as a good eating place, most of us probably will have something quick (and maybe light) at the Ruby's Diner. They have very good food. If you are looking for some great local color and a truly mom and pop place, try "Eat at Joe's" on Pacific Coast Highway, see: http://www.originaleatatjoes.com/index.html. You won't leave hungry! The John Wayne Special is great!

It is very close to the M&G. Eat At Joe's is located at 400 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Redondo Beach, CA 90277. PHONE: 310-376-9570. Let me know which one you select.

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Re: Redondo Beach Meet & Greet

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Post by NotAMog » Tue Feb 21, 2012 8:30 pm

For those who prefer to drink their lunch there is always Naja's Place at the Redondo Beach Pier -

http://najasplace.com/Najas_Beta/Home.html

They usually have 88 different beers on tap.

:D

Of course, leave plenty of time afterward to recuperate from any side effects 8-)
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Re: Redondo Beach Meet & Greet

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Post by skersfan » Sat Feb 25, 2012 9:55 am

I will be there with my FJ and Ouray Base Camp trailer. www.aspenXtrails.com

I also have a Honda 2000 generator you guys can use if needed.

Is Ollie still alive, never answers the phone, never returns messages and never on a trail. What happened to him? I miss him sooooo much!!!!!! :roll:

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Post by DaveK » Sat Feb 25, 2012 11:31 am

skersfan wrote:I will be there with my FJ and Ouray Base Camp trailer. http://www.aspenXtrails.com

I also have a Honda 2000 generator you guys can use if needed.

Is Ollie still alive, never answers the phone, never returns messages and never on a trail. What happened to him? I miss him sooooo much!!!!!! :roll:

We have you logged in. Will the trailer be the tear drop?

We may need the generator. Thanks!

Ollie is just fine, but buried at work. He will definitely be at the M&G. Looking forward to seeing you there.
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Post by skersfan » Sat Feb 25, 2012 12:00 pm

Yes it will, with trail rash and all. Just under carriage scratches.

I was just pulling Ollies chain.

Hope to have information on the FJ Summit in Ouray with me.

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Post by taugust » Sun Feb 26, 2012 12:15 pm

I am planning on being there with the Tacoma. I have several camp tables available. Are you looking for radios in vehicles or desktop? I have both. Antennas are long wire only. No generator, yet. Is DO cooking allowed?
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Post by DaveK » Sun Feb 26, 2012 12:37 pm

taugust wrote:I am planning on being there with the Tacoma. I have several camp tables available. Are you looking for radios in vehicles or desktop? I have both. Antennas are long wire only. No generator, yet. Is DO cooking allowed?
Tim:

Very glad you can make it! You are logged in.

We'll be able to use the tables, and depending on how much room you have, 2 or 3 would be great.

Any radio installation would be fine. The wire antenna might be a challenge, but we may be able to string it on top of the pop-ups. Hector - will that work?

DO cooking........Hmmmmmm........... You know, the subject never came up, but I don't see why it would be a problem. We would have to make sure to do it above the asphalt surface so that we don't damage it in any way. If you have a stand, I think that would work. Triple chocolate cake....mmmmmmmm.
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Post by NotAMog » Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:04 pm

Dave,

I'll be bringing the Tacoma down rather than the Pinzgauer. The Pinzgauer is stuck in the garage until I finish the EFI conversion. I had to bring it home from having the engine rebuilt with borrowed carbs.

I should have the APRS up and running on the on-board PC for a demonstration.

Are you good for EZ-ups and tables? The Tacoma has an awning which could be used for some shade as well.
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Post by DaveK » Tue Feb 28, 2012 8:42 pm

NotAMog wrote:Dave,

I'll be bringing the Tacoma down rather than the Pinzgauer. The Pinzgauer is stuck in the garage until I finish the EFI conversion. I had to bring it home from having the engine rebuilt with borrowed carbs.

I should have the APRS up and running on the on-board PC for a demonstration.

Are you good for EZ-ups and tables? The Tacoma has an awning which could be used for some shade as well.

Bruce:

We have you logged in with the Tacoma and your APRS.

I think we are good for pop-ups, unless yours has side enclosures. What we really need is chairs.

Thanks!
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