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Anyone interested in having a meet in the puget sound area?

was thinking of somewhere in seattle or tacoma? I know some good places to eat in both.



whacha think? i know steven was trying to arrange something in may but i guess it never panned out.

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How about Dicks!
12325 30th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125

i was there today and they aren't as busy as the downtown dicks at all but the parking lot is big enough.

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lets keep the ideas coming ppl i want a meet too..

or i could just say ill be somewhere sometime for something fun and you all could meet me there

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If not ****'s, then I'd recommend either XXX Rootbeer in Issaquah (which is a bit far for me), or Hooters in Lakewood. If not, there's a Famous Dave's BBQ in Lakewood, too.

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Any meet that I attend would have to be on a Monday or Tuesday, of course.


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i have heard nothing but good things about famous daves and hooters, but never gone. not only that but the parking lot is big and it can be a meet that the whole family could enjoy.

but if we want to include our chapter mod we will have to do it when people get off work after dark)

Steven do you have any time off for a weekend?

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Weekends right now for me are extremely hard to come by as far as getting time off for them. I work in retail and this time of year is especially demanding.

I'll keep an eye on my schedule, and if I work a morning shift that'd be fine for a late afternoon, early evening meet or somewhere in that range. The Hooters in Lakewood has a small parking lot and it's always packed, and where the Famous Daves restaurant is, it's packed because it's in a retail shopping complex.



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Weekends right now for me are extremely hard to come by as far as getting time off for them. I work in retail and this time of year is especially demanding.

I'll keep an eye on my schedule, and if I work a morning shift that'd be fine for a late afternoon, early evening meet or somewhere in that range. The Hooters in Lakewood has a small parking lot and it's always packed, and where the Famous Daves restaurant is, it's packed because it's in a retail shopping complex.[/b]
lets have a meet where you work..

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There's a couple really nice restaurants in the Lacey area adjacent to my work, including a Puerta Vallarta mexican restaurant as well as several others on the other side of Marvin Road.

That is, if you are willing to drive down from Seatac to Lacey.



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There's a couple really nice restaurants in the Lacey area adjacent to my work, including a Puerta Vallarta mexican restaurant as well as several others on the other side of Marvin Road.

That is, if you are willing to drive down from Seatac to Lacey. [/b]
Lacey is nothing. i drive to Tacoma all the time for the pull-a-part in Lakewood.. Lacey is a little farther, but shouldn't be a problem.

so now we need more people!

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