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Re: [RC] [RC] [RC] Caution around trailheads - Truman Prevatt

I used to spend a lot of time at the AFB outside Boston. My knuckles are still white from driving there. One time we fly in and decide to stop in downtown or dinner on our way out East. There was a U2 concert in town that night. It was packed. I actually saw a guy driving up on the sidewalk to get around all the people in the street. I made a comment to my traveling mate. A native beside us heard me and said, "it's quite common in Boston." I am sure he was kidding =-O .


Susan Cushing wrote:

> Actually Boston traffic will do just fine. Not only do you have to watch
> what is coming at from all directions on the street - one way or not -

Were you just picking on the Boston drivers since you know there are not many of us in MA that ride endurance and you thought you could escape insulting someone-hehe
Susan Cushing


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