A long, long time

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A long, long time

Postby Coniston » Mon Aug 06, 2018 2:01 pm

I joined this merry crew 7 years ago this month. After having had Rovers in my life since I was four in 1994, I took the social plunge.

From first meeting everyone at the old Fuddruckers in Bridgewater, it's amazing how this crew has become family. The opportunities that have blossomed, personally and professionally. The trips I have taken with everyone, literally from coast to coast. The personal shit we've been through together, public and private. The domino of friends across the country and the world that this first group led me to.

Things have changed since 2011, but flipping through the forums here reminds me of how much of an awesome ride it's all been. We should use this thing more. :D
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Re: A long, long time

Postby Jarek M » Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:12 pm

I guess it is natural for every club to evolve down Philly Rovers track
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Re: A long, long time

Postby Coniston » Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:16 pm

Perhaps...but damn, we have some good shit in here, content wise...
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Re: A long, long time

Postby 80-One » Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:06 pm

.......PhillyRovers died as people moved on to other states and gave up Rover ownership.
I believe there is still one PhillyRover event but there's only one Land Rover.......the rest are pick up trucks and minivans!

Keep the flag flying!
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Re: A long, long time

Postby Jarek M » Fri Nov 23, 2018 10:26 am

I’ve been nostalgic lately,
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