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Still More WOW Attendee Info!

  1. Saturday’s dinner registrations have come piling in beyond our projections. While we have PLENTY of chow to go around, and our numbers guarantee great company, we encourage people to bring a lawn chair or other folding chair. This will ensure that everyone gets a seat in which to eat and meet.
  2. The weekend weather looks to be warm. Warm enough to swim in Lake Superior if you choose. Consider packing a suit if you think this is a great idea.
  3. Dan Miller and Kate Kovar are hosting a pre-WOW ride up north for those of you interested. Here are the details:

    10 FRI 1:30 pm. A/B 35-40 mi. North Shore Waves, Lighthouse, Ore Docks and Smoked Fish. Rev up the WOW weekend with an out and back ride on scenic old highway 61. Starting at Brighton Beach, aka Kitchi Gammi Park, we’ll hug the Lake Superior shoreline up to Two Harbors and visit the Lighthouse and world famous Ore Docks. On the way back we’ll stop at Russ Kendalls in Knife River for a performance snack of sugar cured lake trout and saltines. This ride will afford you sightseeing, watching, washing out the soul listening to Lake Superior waves and the comeraderie to get the WOW weekend going. Directions to start – mapquest Brighton Beach, 6100 Brighton Beach Road, Duluth, MN 5580, Its on Duluth’s north end. or enter http://www.eventective.com/provider/map.aspx?num=112927 .Co Leaders – Kate Kovar katekovar@hotmail.com 763-234-5180 and Dan Miller 612/789-8876, mplsmn1959@aol.com (Web Ride)

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Author: julie

Julie Kosbab is an online marketing consultant and active transportation advocate living in Anoka County, Minnesota. She was one of Minnesota's only League of American Bicyclists Certified Instructors when certified in 2005. She is a past member of the National Bicycle Tour Directors Association. She has 2 children and 4 bicycles. Find her on Twitter as @betweenstations.

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