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Re: Phila MG Club March Breakfast - Saturday 3/20 @ 9:00

Kevin McLemore
 

Hi, folks -
Just a friendly reminder about this Saturday's MG Breakfast. 
Weather looks to be sunny, clear, dry and abut 32 degrees (brr!). 
Come with your top down for added "muy macho" points!

Details:
Date: SATURDAY, MARCH, 20

Rain Date: RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)
Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)
Location: FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion
Google Maps Link:    https://goo.gl/maps/RKXFEUhbXBLwtZT27


Most Scenic Drives in Every US State: Beautiful Road Trips to Take - Thrillist

Steve Harding
 

Club Members,
The road trips for Delaware and NJ sound good ; the PA one is out west and would require at least one overnight.
Steve Harding

https://www.thrillist.com/travel/nation/most-scenic-drives-near-me-every-state-america


GT Tonight

Lambert Liebel
 

Hey all,

We do have a GT tonight. Here is the link.

Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 938 2461 5134
Passcode: 8DNqvZ

Lambert

President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor
LLiebel@phillymgclub.com

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”


Monthly PMGC GT - Tue, 03/09/2021 7:30pm-10:00pm #cal-reminder

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Reminder: Monthly PMGC GT

When: Tuesday, 9 March 2021, 7:30pm to 10:00pm, (GMT-05:00) America/New York

Where:TBD - Most likely Zoom

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Organizer: kliebel@...

Description: Philadelphia MG Club Monthly GT


John Twist's MG Tech Zoom Meeting 8 Mar 21

Lambert Liebel
 

For those who may be interested!

Safety Fast,

Lambert
President PMGC
Nuffield News Editor

“Keep Calm and Safety Fast”




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Subject: John Twist's MG Tech Zoom Meeting 8 Mar 21
Date: March 7, 2021 at 8:35:08 PM EST
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V6 Powered! 1958 Austin Healey Sprite

Steve Harding
 


Re: 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

Robert Palac
 

Thank you for the information.

Bob

 

From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io [mailto:PhillyMGClub@groups.io] On Behalf Of Harry Hurst
Sent: Saturday, March 6, 2021 4:46 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

 

I used the Moss sealer in my 53 TD and it has worked fine.

Harry Hurst

Hurst Communications Inc.
610-725-9600 Cell


January - April 15
1217 Timberbrooke Dr., Palm Harbor, FL 34684

April 15 - December
431 Springview Ln., Phoenixville, PA 19460


h.hurst@...



On 3/6/21 2:27 PM, Robert Palac via groups.io wrote:

Hi fellow MG enthusiast;

My name is Bob Palac an am one year new to the club. I have a 1952 MG-TD that I purchased in late 2019. When I purchased the car it was not running due to a fuel issue. The owner stated that the car had a full renovation in 1992 and the tank was sent out to be sealed. (he does not have any records or paperwork)  We assumed the car did not run due to old ethanol that had gummed up. We drained the fuel and carbs. The fuel was a dark honey brown color and the carbs were glued with the stale fuel that formed a sticky sludge. We flushed the lines and pulled the carbs down and rebuilt them. As a precaution my buddy Skip installed a marine fuel filter ahead of the carburetors to catch any remaining sludge or foreign material. – RAN GOOD____ for a while.

 

Yep as the summer went on I developed carb issues and it often broke down. (fortunately we never ventured far from the neighborhood).

 

So my buddy installed a marine filter in line ahead of the carbs. Yes, It was compromised with silt. (see pictures)

 

After doing a lot of research and reading I have seen there are many gas tank sealers and that the early sealers DO NOT hold up to ethanol. I read so many varied suggestions as to either use a sealer, have it boiled, don’t have it boiled because the sealer won’t adhere to the surface, replace the tank and be done with t….. etc.

 

I am interested to here other input and or experience. (I was leaning toward a two part epoxy tank sealer) --  (many others that I have read as recommended are: KBS Coatings 52050, KBS Coatings 53000, CASWELL, PUR-15 and KREEM

 

Any input is appreciated.

Thank You,

Bob Palac

     cell: 484-620-9655

     e-mail: rpalac@...

Attachments:


Re: 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

Robert Palac
 

Great information. Yes, I have heard of the Hirch product. I will read up on it much more. Your recommendation comes with very good reason. Thank You.

Bob

 

From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io [mailto:PhillyMGClub@groups.io] On Behalf Of Kevin McLemore
Sent: Saturday, March 6, 2021 7:31 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

 

Bob, my TD tanks are fine and don't presently need sealing, but my Sunbeam Alpine tanks (there are two in that car) both needed it very badly many years ago.  I used the best recommended product at the time, Bill Hirsch's sealant.  It absolutely works.  It's been in my tanks for over 25 years and they are still nicely sealed and never have any residue.  Link: https://www.hirschauto.com/ALCOHOL-RESISTANT-GAS-TANK-SEALER/productinfo/GTS/

Resistant to all fuel types, this car fuel tank sealer will seal leaks and prevent rusting. Use this alcohol resistant gas tank sealer in your project today.

 

I strongly recommend against​ using an epoxy sealer.  First, there are better alternatives (like above), but second is that it's totally non-removable if it ever goes bad... you'd need to scrap the tank. Not a good thing.

 

Now, as to your filters, it's a nifty idea, but I need to warn you to NEVER put a filter before the MG's fuel pump - doing so will cause the fuel pump to not pull properly, resulting in an early burnout of the pump's capacitor... which will lead to burning of the pump's contact breaker points, and the annoying problem of having to rap on the pump to get it going again... forever. Only put a filter - if you need one at all - on the output side of an SU fuel pump. IMHO there isn't any need for a filter as long as your tank is reasonably clean, which it will be once you pull it and seal it. Note that Hirsch also makes an entire kit for your tank: https://www.hirschauto.com/AUTOMOTIVE-FUEL-TANK-REPAIR-KIT/productinfo/ARK%2D01/

With three of our gas tank repair products in one kit, you have everything you need to keep your classic car in top shape. Order this fuel tank repair kit today.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Cheers,

Kevin


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Robert Palac via groups.io <rpalac@...>
Sent: Saturday, March 6, 2021 2:27 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

 

Hi fellow MG enthusiast;

My name is Bob Palac an am one year new to the club. I have a 1952 MG-TD that I purchased in late 2019. When I purchased the car it was not running due to a fuel issue. The owner stated that the car had a full renovation in 1992 and the tank was sent out to be sealed. (he does not have any records or paperwork)  We assumed the car did not run due to old ethanol that had gummed up. We drained the fuel and carbs. The fuel was a dark honey brown color and the carbs were glued with the stale fuel that formed a sticky sludge. We flushed the lines and pulled the carbs down and rebuilt them. As a precaution my buddy Skip installed a marine fuel filter ahead of the carburetors to catch any remaining sludge or foreign material. – RAN GOOD____ for a while.

 

Yep as the summer went on I developed carb issues and it often broke down. (fortunately we never ventured far from the neighborhood).

 

So my buddy installed a marine filter in line ahead of the carbs. Yes, It was compromised with silt. (see pictures)

 

After doing a lot of research and reading I have seen there are many gas tank sealers and that the early sealers DO NOT hold up to ethanol. I read so many varied suggestions as to either use a sealer, have it boiled, don’t have it boiled because the sealer won’t adhere to the surface, replace the tank and be done with t….. etc.

 

I am interested to here other input and or experience. (I was leaning toward a two part epoxy tank sealer) --  (many others that I have read as recommended are: KBS Coatings 52050, KBS Coatings 53000, CASWELL, PUR-15 and KREEM

 

Any input is appreciated.

Thank You,

Bob Palac

     cell: 484-620-9655

     e-mail: rpalac@...

Attachments:


Re: 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

Kevin McLemore
 

Bob, my TD tanks are fine and don't presently need sealing, but my Sunbeam Alpine tanks (there are two in that car) both needed it very badly many years ago.  I used the best recommended product at the time, Bill Hirsch's sealant.  It absolutely works.  It's been in my tanks for over 25 years and they are still nicely sealed and never have any residue.  Link: https://www.hirschauto.com/ALCOHOL-RESISTANT-GAS-TANK-SEALER/productinfo/GTS/
Resistant to all fuel types, this car fuel tank sealer will seal leaks and prevent rusting. Use this alcohol resistant gas tank sealer in your project today.
www.hirschauto.com

I strongly recommend against​ using an epoxy sealer.  First, there are better alternatives (like above), but second is that it's totally non-removable if it ever goes bad... you'd need to scrap the tank. Not a good thing.

Now, as to your filters, it's a nifty idea, but I need to warn you to NEVER put a filter before the MG's fuel pump - doing so will cause the fuel pump to not pull properly, resulting in an early burnout of the pump's capacitor... which will lead to burning of the pump's contact breaker points, and the annoying problem of having to rap on the pump to get it going again... forever. Only put a filter - if you need one at all - on the output side of an SU fuel pump. IMHO there isn't any need for a filter as long as your tank is reasonably clean, which it will be once you pull it and seal it. Note that Hirsch also makes an entire kit for your tank: https://www.hirschauto.com/AUTOMOTIVE-FUEL-TANK-REPAIR-KIT/productinfo/ARK%2D01/
With three of our gas tank repair products in one kit, you have everything you need to keep your classic car in top shape. Order this fuel tank repair kit today.
www.hirschauto.com

Hope this helps.

Cheers,
Kevin


From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Robert Palac via groups.io <rpalac@...>
Sent: Saturday, March 6, 2021 2:27 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: [PhillyMGClub] 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue
 

Hi fellow MG enthusiast;

My name is Bob Palac an am one year new to the club. I have a 1952 MG-TD that I purchased in late 2019. When I purchased the car it was not running due to a fuel issue. The owner stated that the car had a full renovation in 1992 and the tank was sent out to be sealed. (he does not have any records or paperwork)  We assumed the car did not run due to old ethanol that had gummed up. We drained the fuel and carbs. The fuel was a dark honey brown color and the carbs were glued with the stale fuel that formed a sticky sludge. We flushed the lines and pulled the carbs down and rebuilt them. As a precaution my buddy Skip installed a marine fuel filter ahead of the carburetors to catch any remaining sludge or foreign material. – RAN GOOD____ for a while.

 

Yep as the summer went on I developed carb issues and it often broke down. (fortunately we never ventured far from the neighborhood).

 

So my buddy installed a marine filter in line ahead of the carbs. Yes, It was compromised with silt. (see pictures)

 

After doing a lot of research and reading I have seen there are many gas tank sealers and that the early sealers DO NOT hold up to ethanol. I read so many varied suggestions as to either use a sealer, have it boiled, don’t have it boiled because the sealer won’t adhere to the surface, replace the tank and be done with t….. etc.

 

I am interested to here other input and or experience. (I was leaning toward a two part epoxy tank sealer) --  (many others that I have read as recommended are: KBS Coatings 52050, KBS Coatings 53000, CASWELL, PUR-15 and KREEM

 

Any input is appreciated.

Thank You,

Bob Palac

     cell: 484-620-9655

     e-mail: rpalac@...

Attachments:


Re: 53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

Harry Hurst
 

I used the Moss sealer in my 53 TD and it has worked fine.

Harry Hurst

Hurst Communications Inc.
610-725-9600 Cell


January - April 15
1217 Timberbrooke Dr., Palm Harbor, FL 34684

April 15 - December
431 Springview Ln., Phoenixville, PA 19460


h.hurst@...




On 3/6/21 2:27 PM, Robert Palac via groups.io wrote:

Hi fellow MG enthusiast;

My name is Bob Palac an am one year new to the club. I have a 1952 MG-TD that I purchased in late 2019. When I purchased the car it was not running due to a fuel issue. The owner stated that the car had a full renovation in 1992 and the tank was sent out to be sealed. (he does not have any records or paperwork)  We assumed the car did not run due to old ethanol that had gummed up. We drained the fuel and carbs. The fuel was a dark honey brown color and the carbs were glued with the stale fuel that formed a sticky sludge. We flushed the lines and pulled the carbs down and rebuilt them. As a precaution my buddy Skip installed a marine fuel filter ahead of the carburetors to catch any remaining sludge or foreign material. – RAN GOOD____ for a while.

 

Yep as the summer went on I developed carb issues and it often broke down. (fortunately we never ventured far from the neighborhood).

 

So my buddy installed a marine filter in line ahead of the carbs. Yes, It was compromised with silt. (see pictures)

 

After doing a lot of research and reading I have seen there are many gas tank sealers and that the early sealers DO NOT hold up to ethanol. I read so many varied suggestions as to either use a sealer, have it boiled, don’t have it boiled because the sealer won’t adhere to the surface, replace the tank and be done with t….. etc.

 

I am interested to here other input and or experience. (I was leaning toward a two part epoxy tank sealer) --  (many others that I have read as recommended are: KBS Coatings 52050, KBS Coatings 53000, CASWELL, PUR-15 and KREEM

 

Any input is appreciated.

Thank You,

Bob Palac

     cell: 484-620-9655

     e-mail: rpalac@...

Attachments:


53 MG-TD - Fuel Tank Issue

Robert Palac
 

Hi fellow MG enthusiast;

My name is Bob Palac an am one year new to the club. I have a 1952 MG-TD that I purchased in late 2019. When I purchased the car it was not running due to a fuel issue. The owner stated that the car had a full renovation in 1992 and the tank was sent out to be sealed. (he does not have any records or paperwork)  We assumed the car did not run due to old ethanol that had gummed up. We drained the fuel and carbs. The fuel was a dark honey brown color and the carbs were glued with the stale fuel that formed a sticky sludge. We flushed the lines and pulled the carbs down and rebuilt them. As a precaution my buddy Skip installed a marine fuel filter ahead of the carburetors to catch any remaining sludge or foreign material. – RAN GOOD____ for a while.

 

Yep as the summer went on I developed carb issues and it often broke down. (fortunately we never ventured far from the neighborhood).

 

So my buddy installed a marine filter in line ahead of the carbs. Yes, It was compromised with silt. (see pictures)

 

After doing a lot of research and reading I have seen there are many gas tank sealers and that the early sealers DO NOT hold up to ethanol. I read so many varied suggestions as to either use a sealer, have it boiled, don’t have it boiled because the sealer won’t adhere to the surface, replace the tank and be done with t….. etc.

 

I am interested to here other input and or experience. (I was leaning toward a two part epoxy tank sealer) --  (many others that I have read as recommended are: KBS Coatings 52050, KBS Coatings 53000, CASWELL, PUR-15 and KREEM

 

Any input is appreciated.

Thank You,

Bob Palac

     cell: 484-620-9655

     e-mail: rpalac@...


Beginning the clear-out...

Kevin McLemore
 

Hi, folks -

As many of you know, I've owned a few English cars over the years, and as such I've managed to accumulate a lot of odds and ends along the way. I've decided it's time to at least begin to clear things out, before I get too old to remember what it all is! In particular I have a LOT of Sprite and Mini stuff, some of it 'good used', and some of it is NOS, since I bought out the remains of a British car parts store after it folded in the late 1970's and they focused on BMC products. 

Having said that... I'm *NOT* looking to get inundated with a lot of "Do you have a..." questions -- frankly don't remember WHAT all I have. What I will do is try to offer members a few of the more rare items before I post them to fleaBay a week or so later. I'm not going to do this very often, as I've really not got time for a total sort-and-clear-out yet, and besides, I'm sure many of you don't want me using this list as a sales venue. However, I did think it fair to give my MG Club bubs a shot at the rarer stuff first. Hope that's OK with everyone?  If not, please do let me know... don't want to ruffle any feathers.

Anyway, the first two items I've pulled out are bulky but somewhat rare bits... I need the space back... my shop isn't that big!

Radiator - fits Sprites/Midgets with 950 and 1100cc motors and maybe some early 1275's.  It's in good shape and should work great - I pulled it myself from a known good car back in the 70's. Date coded 1964. $30 and it's yours. Link to gallery of photos: https://postimg.cc/gallery/FfkNdH0

Amco Rubber Floor Mat Kit - Box says it 'fits Sprite MK 2 & 3', but I'm pretty sure it will also fit Bugeyes and some later Sprites, as well as Midget MK I & II. It's brand new old stock, still nice and pliable. Would easily flatten out in the warm sun. The frame covers are bright and shiny. Comes complete, including the box, instructions and screw packet. A very rare piece of kit, particularly in red - you do see the black ones from time to time, but almost never with the frame covers. $60 and they're yours (the kit's worth a lot more). Link to gallery of photos: https://postimg.cc/gallery/Z35KX15

If you want them, or want to haggle, just drop me an email at kmclemore at that hotmail dot com place.

Cheers!

Kevin McLemore


Re: Phila MG Club March Breakfast - Saturday 3/20 @ 9:00

Martin Cameron
 

Kevin thanks for setting up 


Martin

On Thursday, March 4, 2021, 2:25 PM, Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...> wrote:

This month’s breakfast is on Saturday, March 20 @ 9:00 am - add it to your calendar! Hope to see many of you there.

Cheers,

Kevin McLemore 

============

Details:

Date: SATURDAY, MARCH, 20

Rain Date: RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)

Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)

Location: FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion

Google Maps Link:    https://goo.gl/maps/RKXFEUhbXBLwtZT27

If it’s "MG weather" bring your car! If not, just come in anything. You'll need to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to have breakfast with us. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate more than 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are two charcoal grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel and coffee or something similar. There are at least 14 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring a folding chair(s). Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open. 

Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). 

Aerial view:

image1.png


Phila MG Club March Breakfast - Saturday 3/20 @ 9:00

Kevin McLemore
 

This month’s breakfast is on Saturday, March 20 @ 9:00 am - add it to your calendar! Hope to see many of you there.

Cheers,

Kevin McLemore 

============

Details:

Date: SATURDAY, MARCH, 20

Rain Date: RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)

Time: 9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)

Location: FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion

Google Maps Link:    https://goo.gl/maps/RKXFEUhbXBLwtZT27

If it’s "MG weather" bring your car! If not, just come in anything. You'll need to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to have breakfast with us. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate more than 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are two charcoal grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel and coffee or something similar. There are at least 14 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring a folding chair(s). Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open. 

Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). 

Aerial view:

image1.png


Monthly PMGC GT - Tue, 03/09/2021 7:30pm-10:00pm #cal-reminder

PhillyMGClub@groups.io Calendar <PhillyMGClub@...>
 

Reminder: Monthly PMGC GT

When: Tuesday, 9 March 2021, 7:30pm to 10:00pm, (GMT-05:00) America/New York

Where:TBD - Most likely Zoom

View Event

Organizer: kliebel@...

Description: Philadelphia MG Club Monthly GT


Re: Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Martin Cameron
 

Thank you. Will hope to be there 


Martin

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 3:50 PM, Abby & Dan Mason <dan_abby@...> wrote:

Thanks...I likely won't attend,  is my daughter's birthday.  Hoping to see a HUGE break in the weather by then tho! ❤

Abby Mason

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From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2021 12:10:03 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park
 
Hi, folks- 

Next month’s “MG Breakfast” will be on SATURDAY, March 20, same place.  Please put it on your calendars. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore
=============================

Our next 2021 Phila MG Club Breakfast will be on SATURDAY, MARCH 20 at 9:00 am.   

PLEASE JOIN COME AND JOIN IN THE FELLOWSHIP.   

Details Below:

Date:    Saturday, March 20, 2021

Rain Date:    RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)

Time:    9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)

Location:    FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion, at Parking Lot #3 

Google Maps Link:    https://goo.gl/maps/RKXFEUhbXBLwtZT27

You'll have to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to eat outside. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate at least 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are also two charcoal (only) grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going if you do), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel with coffee or something similar. There are at least 10 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring comfortable folding chairs. Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open.

Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). Suggestions welcome!


Re: Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Abby & Dan Mason
 

Thanks...I likely won't attend,  is my daughter's birthday.  Hoping to see a HUGE break in the weather by then tho! ❤

Abby Mason

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From: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io> on behalf of Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2021 12:10:03 PM
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park
 
Hi, folks- 

Next month’s “MG Breakfast” will be on SATURDAY, March 20, same place.  Please put it on your calendars. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore
=============================

Our next 2021 Phila MG Club Breakfast will be on SATURDAY, MARCH 20 at 9:00 am.   

PLEASE JOIN COME AND JOIN IN THE FELLOWSHIP.   

Details Below:

Date:    Saturday, March 20, 2021

Rain Date:    RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)

Time:    9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)

Location:    FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion, at Parking Lot #3 

Google Maps Link:    https://goo.gl/maps/RKXFEUhbXBLwtZT27

You'll have to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to eat outside. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate at least 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are also two charcoal (only) grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going if you do), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel with coffee or something similar. There are at least 10 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring comfortable folding chairs. Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open.

Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). Suggestions welcome!


Re: Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Larry Spitzer
 

As soon as the weather gets a little nicer, I will join you guys.


On Feb 21, 2021, at 12:55 PM, Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...> wrote:

 I must admit to never having heard the phase “sadly I will be in the Florida Keys” before, but you’re welcome, and hope you can make it to some when you return, Roger!

Cheers,
Kevin

On Feb 21, 2021, at 12:49 PM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb@...> wrote:

Kevin,

I'd like to attend, but sadly I will be in the Florida Keys.  Thank you for putting these together.

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Feb 21, 2021 12:10 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Hi, folks- 

Next month’s “MG Breakfast” will be on SATURDAY, March 20, same place.  Please put it on your calendars. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore
=============================
Our next 2021 Phila MG Club Breakfast will be on SATURDAY, MARCH 20 at 9:00 am.   
PLEASE JOIN COME AND JOIN IN THE FELLOWSHIP.   
Details Below:
Date:    Saturday, March 20, 2021
Rain Date:    RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)
Time:    9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)
Location:    FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion, at Parking Lot #3 
You'll have to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to eat outside. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate at least 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are also two charcoal (only) grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going if you do), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel with coffee or something similar. There are at least 10 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring comfortable folding chairs. Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open.
Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). Suggestions welcome!


Re: Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Kevin McLemore
 

I must admit to never having heard the phase “sadly I will be in the Florida Keys” before, but you’re welcome, and hope you can make it to some when you return, Roger!

Cheers,
Kevin

On Feb 21, 2021, at 12:49 PM, Roger Searle via groups.io <searlerb@...> wrote:

Kevin,

I'd like to attend, but sadly I will be in the Florida Keys.  Thank you for putting these together.

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Feb 21, 2021 12:10 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Hi, folks- 

Next month’s “MG Breakfast” will be on SATURDAY, March 20, same place.  Please put it on your calendars. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore
=============================
Our next 2021 Phila MG Club Breakfast will be on SATURDAY, MARCH 20 at 9:00 am.   
PLEASE JOIN COME AND JOIN IN THE FELLOWSHIP.   
Details Below:
Date:    Saturday, March 20, 2021
Rain Date:    RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)
Time:    9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)
Location:    FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion, at Parking Lot #3 
You'll have to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to eat outside. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate at least 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are also two charcoal (only) grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going if you do), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel with coffee or something similar. There are at least 10 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring comfortable folding chairs. Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open.
Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). Suggestions welcome!


Re: Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Roger Searle
 

Kevin,

I'd like to attend, but sadly I will be in the Florida Keys.  Thank you for putting these together.

Roger

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...>
To: PhillyMGClub@groups.io <PhillyMGClub@groups.io>
Sent: Sun, Feb 21, 2021 12:10 pm
Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Hi, folks- 

Next month’s “MG Breakfast” will be on SATURDAY, March 20, same place.  Please put it on your calendars. 

Cheers,
Kevin McLemore
=============================
Our next 2021 Phila MG Club Breakfast will be on SATURDAY, MARCH 20 at 9:00 am.   
PLEASE JOIN COME AND JOIN IN THE FELLOWSHIP.   
Details Below:
Date:    Saturday, March 20, 2021
Rain Date:    RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)
Time:    9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)
Location:    FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion, at Parking Lot #3 
You'll have to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to eat outside. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate at least 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are also two charcoal (only) grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going if you do), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel with coffee or something similar. There are at least 10 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring comfortable folding chairs. Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open.
Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). Suggestions welcome!

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