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Stopping off at Muldoon's Paties in Munising, MI was a good thing. I bought a bunch of U.P Soul Food.

Maybe the sun was shining just a little brighter on Saturday morning but I just had a blast handing out pasties to guys who were impressing me with their behind the wheel skills. Our crew were doing great, Matti was doing great, and it was a nice time to share.

Talk about getting a total warm fuzzy! After pasty we started pulling out every dang car we could find on stage. That was pretty fun too. To me rally is the culmination of all sorts of backwoods automotive wild ass hi-jinx and shenanigans practiced in the U.P. for generations. Good times.

Here are a few of the Pasty recipients:

Lurch - He totally smoked me on a stage Friday night and then I tried to go faster to catch him and I went off. Lurch earns one pasty. I got to sniff the bag.

Justin Pritchard - Holy smokes. See above, except I didn't try to catch up to him on Saturday. Justin earns one pasty, Jake earns one pasty for getting smarter and not getting stuck again.

Wimpey/Langbein - These guys looked malnourished and had traveled far. Plus they were driving good. To his credit, Lang-bang found a means of heating his pasty up inside the school at service. He could make it in da U.P.

Utecht - was sporting an orange cameu deer hunting jacket, plus I thought I smelled a fresh spritzing of "Do-in-heat". Speed, style, hunting technique, this man is has the whole package. Now he has a pasty.

TV camera guys - They wanted to talk about the rally. We talked pasty instead. Good thing they got the "35 minutes at 350 F" on tape.

Overall we had a great time. Thanks everybody.
 

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>Stopping off at Muldoon's Paties in Munising, MI was a good
>thing. I bought a bunch of U.P Soul Food.
>
>Maybe the sun was shining just a little brighter on Saturday
>morning but I just had a blast handing out pasties to guys who
>were impressing me with their behind the wheel skills. Our
>crew were doing great, Matti was doing great, and it was a
>nice time to share.
>
>Talk about getting a total warm fuzzy! After pasty we started
>pulling out every dang car we could find on stage. That was
>pretty fun too. To me rally is the culmination of all sorts
>of backwoods automotive wild ass hi-jinx and shenanigans
>practiced in the U.P. for generations. Good times.
>
>Here are a few of the Pasty recipients:
>
>Lurch - He totally smoked me on a stage Friday night and then
>I tried to go faster to catch him and I went off. Lurch earns
>one pasty. I got to sniff the bag.
>
>Justin Pritchard - Holy smokes. See above, except I didn't
>try to catch up to him on Saturday. Justin earns one pasty,
>Jake earns one pasty for getting smarter and not getting stuck
>again.
>
>Wimpey/Langbein - These guys looked malnourished and had
>traveled far. Plus they were driving good. To his credit,
>Lang-bang found a means of heating his pasty up inside the
>school at service. He could make it in da U.P.
>
>Utecht - was sporting an orange cameu deer hunting jacket,
>plus I thought I smelled a fresh spritzing of "Do-in-heat".
>Speed, style, hunting technique, this man is has the whole
>package. Now he has a pasty.
>
>TV camera guys - They wanted to talk about the rally. We
>talked pasty instead. Good thing they got the "35 minutes at
>350 F" on tape.
>
>Overall we had a great time. Thanks everybody.


nice prizes jake
 

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Thanks for the pasty. And thanks more for the tug. Remind me to put "Himes Boys Towing" on my car for SnoDrift '06. You guys exemplify the kind of friendly competition that has endeared me to rallying. Thanks for showing us that we shouldn't take things so seriously.

Nice driving (chainsaw) gloves, btw.

And Langbien blew me away when he came around me on a 6 left at the top of fourth gear. Good call.
 

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>>Wimpey/Langbein - These guys looked malnourished and had
>>traveled far. Plus they were driving good. To his credit,
>>Lang-bang found a means of heating his pasty up inside the
>>school at service. He could make it in da U.P.
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We got our service guy scott to sweet talk the highschool girls into throwing that thing in the oven for the first service.....yummm delicous and it stuck with us too....those things are incredible

>And Langbien blew me away when he came around me on a 6 left at the >top of fourth gear. Good call.

Lurch- Thanks for the headlights so I could keep the notes going for Eric when my co-driving light went out. hope we didn't distract you with ours.

Great to meet both Lurch and Himes(s) at S*D you guys are great...

Congrats to Foust/Crouch for a well fought PGT win, hopefully we will put it all together (no penalties/offs) and have something for you all sometime soon..

Jeremy Wimpey

Now if we can only find pasties in VA....
 

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>Stopping off at Muldoon's Paties in Munising, MI was a good
>thing. I bought a bunch of U.P Soul Food.

So Muldoon's is the place to get them? I'll have to remember that for my next road trip that way (LSPR or maybe OFPR).

Adrian
 

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>>Stopping off at Muldoon's Paties in Munising, MI was a good
>>thing. I bought a bunch of U.P Soul Food.
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>So Muldoon's is the place to get them? I'll have to remember
>that for my next road trip that way (LSPR or maybe OFPR).
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>Adrian
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Muldoons is great not only because their standard pasty is top notch but also because they offer the apple pasty. If you like apple pie, try the apple pasty. Yum.
 
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