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Archive for September, 2010

Fall Motorcycle Ride

Posted by Diane Bogert on September 18th, 2010

Fall Motorcycle Ride

Open to club members and a few friends (keep it easy to manage).  The date is Saturday October 23 with a rain date of Sunday the 24th.  If it’s a rainout both days we’ll wait for the spring!   I have finalized the route:  If you’re interested or have questions call me at 973-875-6322 or email me.

“THE” Route Has Been Decided – The route for the Oct. 23 (rain date 24th) Fall Ride has been finalized.  We will meet at the Lake Hopatcong Pathmark on Route 15 in Jefferson Township.  There is a diner and a bagel shop at this location and gas stations adjacent so you can “fuel up”.  Pre-ride briefing at 8:30 and leave at 9:00. 

We will go up Route 15 into Sparta and then head up into Vernon and go into Orange County NY.  We will go to Port Jervgis and then take NY Rt 97 along the Delaware  to Narrowsburg and cross into Pike County PA and go west towards Lake Wallenpaupack.  From there we head south to Milford and back into NJ.  To see the route, go to Google Maps and search for “m/c route A” 

Route length is about 100 miles.  We’ll take a few “stretch” breaks  and  lunch at  Lake Wallenpack ( Hawley PA).  We should be back at our start location by mid-afternoon. 

If you have questions or are definitely going, please contact me at mcblaine@embarqmail.com .

 A few guests are welcome, as long as we can keep the overall group to a reasonable size.

Vermont Golf Weekend – October 1-4

Posted by Diane Bogert on September 16th, 2010

Vermont Golf Weekend

 Five foursome slots are booked for Craigmeur at:

Proctor-Pittsford Country Club  www.proctor-pittsford.com  on Saturday Oct. 2nd

tee times starting at 10:21($54 per person with cart)

Sunday at Neshobe Golf Course www.neshobe.com

tee times starting at 9:18 ($58 per person with cart)

Please contact Susan Priore for reservations.

Click here to contact Sue via Email or call her at  (973) 586-7588

Greenwood Lake Hike – October 9th

Posted by Diane Bogert on September 10th, 2010

October 9th – Greenwood Lake Hike

Since last year was so much fun in inclement weather…this year should be even better!

Join us for a five mile loop hike in the N.J. Highlands to an overlook above Greenwood Lake. At 1400 ft. above sea level, most of the lake can be seen along with lots of fall color.  The trail starts off steeply but quickly levels off onto glacially scrubbed ridges. We will pass a mountain pond called Surprise Lake before arriving at the overlook where we will have lunch before heading back down skipping and laughing ( mandatory ).

We will meet at the A&P on Union Vally Rd. at 9:00 A.M.
A&P Super Market
1938 Union Vally Rd.
Hewitt, N.J. 07421

DIRECTIONS:
Rt. 23 to Union Vally Rd.
6.5 mi. left at stop
.4 mi. left at second traffic light
1.3 mi. right at Y in road
.4 mi. to A&P ON right
All of these turns are to keep you on Union Vally Rd.

“Pub, Grub and Wine Tour”

Posted by Diane Bogert on September 6th, 2010

 

Please mark your calendar for Saturday-October 16, 2010. For the “Vermont Pub, Grub and Wine Tour”

We will be touring some of Vermont’s best Breweries/pubs and wine vineyards and enjoying their tasting Rooms!! Itinerary Listed

1-Long Trail Brewery-Samples of six of their great beers-Free Giveaways-Private tour-a friend of mine works for Long Trail—they have a great gift shop.

2-Snow Farm Winery-Free Samples-Complimentary Souvenir Glass-Explanation of their Wines

3-Putney Mountain Winery-Free Samples-Giveaways-Organic Wine Tasting.

4. Harpoon Brewery-I have a arranged a private tour of their brewing process-we will sample beer directly from the vat-You can’t get any fresher tasting beer!! Yummy!! They have an awesome gift shop—outside seating area-Bache ball court.

Lunch will be at Fire Stone-Brew Pub-16 Great Beers on Tap-Experience Vermont’s Best Flat bread Pizza and more-all included in price.

We will also visit “Queschee Village” Something for everyone-Here!!

Cabot Cheese store-sample their cheese and other yummy foods on display!!

Jewelry Store-ok maybe skip this place J

Antiques Store-maybe skip this place also J

Vermont Toy and Train Museum—speaking of trains-they have an old time train that runs around the village-I have made arrangements for a train ride for the club!! And an olde time carousel ride also—so much fun!!

Glass Art Studio

Vermont Country Iron Works-demonstrations done daily.

And for the ladies—Body and Spa Shop

Great Ice Cream store with beers on Tap-Spectacular!!

We will see Quechee Gorge-a spectacular view-400 feet above-Wow!!

Charlotte Village Winery –more tasting!!

If Still standing—Stop by The Inn at Long Trail-on the way back for a Guinness and Irish Music!!

Dinner will be back at the lodge-meal provided by our very own Diane and Olivier-Mmm Mmm Great!!!  And music will be provided by Lee DeSantis and Abby Cohen for a dance party!!

$140.00 per person-ski club members. $150.00-non-club members-Includes bus, Tours of brewery’s & vineyard tasting rooms and lunch. Lodging-2 nights-2-breakfast’s- 1 lunch and dinner—Wow!!

Provide your own transportation to Lodge-arrive Friday.  Handsome Glenn DeSantis-House Mgr.

Mail Check to:  Donald Taggart-8 Chelsea Drive-Randolph-NJ-07869—limited space on bus!!

Reserve spots now-$$$ due with reservation-bus holds 50 people–??-call me-201-563-2653.  CHEERS!!!  To check on seat availability-First come First Served-or e-mail me by clicking here.

Thank you!

Jay Peak, Vermont March 27 to April 1

Posted by Diane Bogert on September 1st, 2010

SPRING SKIING IN VERMONT with Mark Smith
(Hoping to get about 25 interested people)

NEW INFO:
20 Adults Needed
Cut Off Date – November 7th
50% DUE by November 7th
50% DUE by January 7th (remaining balance)

LODGING OPTIONS * SLOPESIDE:
– located on Jay Peak’s trail system – offering true ski in/out access along Queen’s Highway
– 2 Bedroom units:  Master (Queen) & Guest Bedroom (twin, twin or bunk bed)
– maximum occupany of 6 people if utilizing the pullout sofa-bed
– Kitchen, Dining Area, Livingroom, and 1 Bathroom
– Units have Washer/Dryer, Fireplace, DVD Player and Cable TV
– Towels and Linens are provided by the Resort
– DSL internet is offered in all units
– Jacuzzis and Sauna are located at the Hotel Jay.  These facilities are open to all guests staying at Jay Peak
– Use of Indoor Ice Skating Arena

PACKAGE PRICE (Includes):
– 5 Nights Lodging
– 5.5 Days of Lifts
– 5 Midweek Group Lessons
– Vermont Room Tax
– Kids 14 years of age and under ski and stay for FREE!

MARCH 27 – APRIL 1:
$356.97 Per Person/tax inlcuded (3 per Condo)
$309.09 Per Person/tax included (4 per Condo)
$280.37 Per Person/tax included (5 per Condo)
$261.22 Per Person/tax included (6 per Condo)
(there is not a non-skier rate.  Lift tickets cannot be subtracted from over-all package rates.)

MEAL PLAN OPTIONS * (5 Breakfasts – 5 Dinners):

Pre Set – $184.15 per person (tax and gratuities included) – Pre Set requires one sitting for Dinner, the whole group, with confirmed time for Breakfasts and Dinners.

MAP – $223.84 per person (tax and gratuities included) – MAP allows for guests to plan Dinner at their convenience.  Reserving a time with Alice’s table.

Please contact Mark by clicking here.