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Discussion in 'Texas Bikers' started by Mr. JayT, May 31, 2009.

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    Mr. JayT Guest

    We rode solo to Gibsland, La, yesterday. about a 285 round fun trip.
    The little southern Louisiana town is where Bonnie and Clyde were
    ambushed in 1934.
    Facing the west sun coming home was pretty bad.
    Thanks to our Garmin we found Panchos to eat some good Mex Food, in
    Shreveport.
    That's all I haveta say about it. Gentlemen the fact is; ‘that I
    ride’,'dont mess around on NGs as often as some....I
    ride.....hotdamn.ass.shoot.craps. <g>
    Mr. JayTFuss........
     
    Mr. JayT, May 31, 2009
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    Anonymous Guest

    Can you actually use the term(s) "Panchos", and
    "good Mex Food" in the same sentence? <g>



    We rode solo to Gibsland, La, yesterday. about a 285 round fun trip.
    The little southern Louisiana town is where Bonnie and Clyde were
    ambushed in 1934.
    Facing the west sun coming home was pretty bad.
    Thanks to our Garmin we found Panchos to eat some good Mex Food, in
    Shreveport.
    That's all I haveta say about it. Gentlemen the fact is; 'that I
    ride','dont mess around on NGs as often as some....I
    ride.....hotdamn.ass.shoot.craps. <g>
    Mr. JayTFuss........
     
    Anonymous, Jun 1, 2009
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    Mr. JayT Guest

    --anonymous ax..?
    JayT...Can you actually use the term(s) "Panchos", and "good Mex Food"
    in the same sentence? <g>

    =======LOL. Anoymuss... I know what you mean, atleast I understand that
    we are probably the only ones in Bowie county that liked our
    Panchos......not even any of our family.
    The darn place only lasted about 10 years here, and closed
    down...dogGone&Shit.
    We're the oddities of our family, in many other ways, as you can
    probably imagine <grin>
    For instance, not one other friend or foe, or family member would ride
    down south Lousiana to see a durn twobit Museum, like Hunni and I did.
    That's why we rode ass by our selves.
    We've about decided we like being by our selves on the road, dont have
    to worry ass about when and where to durn stop, and where ass to eat....
    LMAO, Bill Walker style.
    my best...JayTkana
     
    Mr. JayT, Jun 1, 2009
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    Anonymous Guest

    True story....


    Back in '70 / '71 we had a Ponchos just
    up the road from where I now live.

    A lifelong friend of mine, temporarily on
    break from college, would call me to go.

    So, we'd appear at Ponchos and attempt
    to eat everything in sight. These were the
    days when it was common to encounter
    a wait line just to get in.

    We're standing in line behind a couple of
    other young guys like us, when one turns
    to the other and says:

    "You wait, when you get outta' here you'll
    say **** you Poncho, but you'll be back".

    We almost died laughing.


    And, I never really understood why it was
    spelled "Pancho". Must be a south-of-the-
    border thing.
     
    Anonymous, Jun 1, 2009
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    bj_kana Guest

    ==========thank' so
     
    bj_kana, Jun 7, 2009
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