Hey Lou and aloha.
Kauai? See you've been naughty. Bad Boy, No Le Cirque for you.
Seriously, Take a ride up to the north shore and visit a town called Hanalei. Its about 15 minutes west of Princeville There is a small bike shop, The Bike Doktor, up there owned by a guy named John. He sold me a 1988 Masi 3V frame that is currently at Brian's "Vintage Cycle Studios" and should be ready in about 3 years or 3 weeks if I can come up with a certain 50 CM Confente. (Sorry Baylis but its all in good fun) Anyways he is closed Mon & Tues. While you are up there, do this great Luau at the Sheraton in Princeville which is also on the north shore.
Wish I could tour with you in Paradise but I am going to LE CIRQUE and taking the 84 McReynolds.
Mahalo to the list memebers
A hui hou
=> From: LouDeeter@aol.com => Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 11:29:06 -0400
I got on the plane yesterday morning, settled back in the seat, dreaming of waking up in Greensboro for a wonderful weekend with friends. Next thing I knew, I was stepping off on a vintage volcanic rock called Kauai!! Wow, where did I take a wrong turn? The only lugged steel bikes here are already rusted away. I think this this one of those places in the world where the cyclists are absolutely thrilled with the aluminum and titanium revolution. Not bad scenery and the weather is, well, about like Orlando. The waves crashing outside my hotel room are nice though. :)) Hope everyone enjoys Greensboro while I suffer with work out here in the middle of the Pacific. I'm already anxiously awaiting the reports from NC. I'm always amazed when I can log into my computer and actually communicate from a place this remote. Lou Deeter, "south coast of Kauai, Hawaii" _______________________________________________