For the first time in 47 years I had to leave York on Thursday morning, I was sick with a viral infection my dr's nurse practitioner told me when I saw her on Friday when I got home. I had a bad sore throat & a bad cough and felt lousy. My first three days there were very interesting. The noticed that no one had left the outdoor or indoor bandit meet at the Wyndham or at the 4 points Sheraton. So where did the people that were at the purple come from?. They said there were 150 tables sold there. (I was in & out of there in about 20 minutes. So anyway I want to say thanks to all you forum people that were at the breakfast at Round the Clock for asking about me. BEN, it was really nice of you to come out to my car to visit me. Some one was with you and I don't remember who it was . Anyway thanks all of you, Monday we did manage to go to the antique shops in Gettysburg , & Tuesday over to Lancaster. So we are going back in April if all is good.
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Thank you Mark.
Now I know why your 2 tables in the Blue hall were empty. My friend Bill had some of his merchandise on your tables and said the folks were a no-show. I realize with your post here that those were your blue hall tables.
Feel better my friend and hope to see you next April.
@eddie g posted:
. BEN, it was really nice of you to come out to my car to visit me. Some one was with you and I don't remember who it was .
Ed I saw your daughter inside and couldnt let you leave without saying hello I hope your feeling better That was my friend John Eckrote from the club We were concerned
Man that sucks. Feel better.
Hi @Eddy G, sir, I haven’t met you personally however I’m sure we have crossed paths at York as I’ve been there 7 times, not 47, Wow… I do have a friend @1938 Robert, a good friend from Tennessee who has been to York 50 plus times, now 85, and was there this October, he simply loves this train meet. That said, I hope you get well soon and get ready for April York. I enjoy all of your comments on the different topics on this fantastic OGR Forum. I’m out of the country at this time but WiFi keeps us connected. Cheers from Busan Korea, Leapin Larry. Happy Railroading Everyone