4th annual fish-fry ride Fri April 3rd

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Marko82
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It’s time for the 4th annual Good Friday fish fry ride to Holy Angels Church in Hays, just a level half mile off the GAP trail from Sandcastle (408 baldwin road) . They have one of the best fish sandwiches in the area and the price is just $9 for a sandwich, fries and slaw.

We’ll meet up at OTB around noon for a beverage with tires on the pavement at 12:30. Holy Angles gets very busy, so hopefully we’ll hit them in between the lunch and dinner rush. (I think we had a half dozen folks with us last year)

It’s only four miles or so to the church, and then we’ll have a leisurely ride on the river trail afterwards. This is a chill event open to all faiths/non-faiths – just so long as you are hungry because their samiches are pretty big. They have soup and some other stuff too, but it’s all about the fish!


JustRay
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Awesome. Feels like this might be the year the stars align — and I’ll be able to join you.


pinky
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I’d like to be there – and if I can convince my other half to join, we’ll bring the tandem.


fultonco
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I’ll be there, probably closer to 12:30, hopefully in time for a warm-up brew.


Marko82
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Friday forecast from NWS:
Showers likely, mainly after 2pm. Cloudy, with a high near 62. North wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 70%. New precipitation amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.

So I’ll meet you at OTB and hopefully the rain will come a little later than predicted. At least it will be somewhat warm.


andyc
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Please Note: There is a (optional) devotion of maintaining silence between 12 and 3 on Good Friday. If the hall is especially quiet, this is probably the reason. Regardless, a little extra reverence on this day is appreciated.


pinky
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Not going to make it. Got distracted doing garden prep and didn’t realize how late it is already.


Marko82
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We ended up with five hungry riders. And other than some lite sprinkles early, it was a dry ride & even some late afternoon sun.



fultonco
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It wasn’t exactly quiet in there but not raucous either. The ride was good and it even warmed up considerably in the later part of the afternoon. I got down to a T-shirt and took the long way home through McKeesport, Glassport, Clairton, and the Montour Trail. Met a couple of Montour Board members walking the trail in South Park Township. Worked-off the big sandwich in time for a small dinner and then got to hold the new grand baby all evening. A good day all around! Thanks for organizing it.

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