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Hey, HEAVY! Whom do you support for the Grey Cup?

I favour the Argonauts, always, but I will bet either way.

I surely look forward to the "Jailbreak" ride that you organize for late April
(or occasionally early May) each year. I have ridden with you a few times,
and I hope to summon the stamina to join you in 2013.

IF ... (that is a capital if) ... I attend the ride, I will bring some fresh oranges.

And I will bring you some Apple Fritters.
If I lose.
Putcher money where you choose.

Keith
 

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Hi Keith.

Sorry I missed this post. I have a new job and it takes almost all my time.

I managed to lose a few bucks over the game. Good thing I didn't see this. I could have added to my losses. ; )

I hope you are well. Looking forward to seeing you next time.
 

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I enjoyed the Argos' victory.

We can settle up next time we meet. I will bring a fritter for each of us.
I will probably bring an orange as well, but timing may affect that gift.

I hope your new job is rewarding and challenging.

If you arrange a springtime ride, I hope I am able to attend.
Spring is not a big issue here, but I cherish the memories of
several springtime rituals in Ontario: Beaver River Rat Race,
picnics shortened when unexpected snow commenced,
camping and waking to find the drinking water had frozen.

And nowadays, the first day riding south after Heavy's springtime ride.
380 miles of chilly rain, with the expectation of better weather ahead.

We shall see if I am up to it. Better May 5 than April 28, but it's your call.

Keith
 

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Keith,
I'm actually enjoying your Southern weather this week. We're on holidays in the Orlando area. Not a fritter to be seen.
 

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Substitute fritters are available.

Keith,
I'm actually enjoying your Southern weather this week. We're on holidays in the Orlando area. Not a fritter to be seen.
Well, you can actually find decent apple fritters at 7-Eleven,
in a case about as tall as you are, among fresh donuts.

The fritter weighs 5 ounces, and costs $1.39 + no tax in Florida,
and it is guaranteed to be as bad for you as the smaller and cheaper
Tim Hortons apple fritter ... but the apple bits are not as good here.

Keith
 
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