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The bottom one is next year's postcard
If it isn't I'm not coming!
(Lettering across the bottom please, the ridgeline and hotel are too beautiful to obscure.)

Spectacular shot, CA!
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If it isn't I'm not coming!
(Lettering across the bottom please, the ridgeline and hotel are too beautiful to obscure.)

Spectacular shot, CA!
I third this. In fact, CA, can I get a hi-res copy and rights to print my own poster (for personal use only!)

Seriously, great shot man.
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If it isn't I'm not coming!
(Lettering across the bottom please, the ridgeline and hotel are too beautiful to obscure.)

Spectacular shot, CA!

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I am giddy, and it takes a lot to make me giddy. I want, no, I need that file! Would you send the original (after P-Shop) to my email addy as an attached file? Also, the above rendition is at the top of the CtoC5 thread in March, 2013.
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I was just going to post the same thing.
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I'm no CA, but I do like these two shots... A couple more shots from the rear. (Keep your snarky comments to yourself, ///M, lol.)



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The Taurus was the 7th car from the left. I removed the Taurus, copied the 3rd BMW from the left, flipped it left to right to have it lined up with the cars it would be inserted between, repainted it's shadow to match the others, changed the color slightly and removed the moon roof to make it look a bit different than the car it was cloned from.

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Since you are doing photoshop magic with the cars - can you take that first BMW on the left (the one next to Iceben's Porsche) and turn it into a cabrio?
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Since you are doing photoshop magic with the cars - can you take that first BMW on the left (the one next to Iceben's Porsche) and turn it into a cabrio?
I'll work on it later tonight
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I'm no CA, but I do like these two shots... A couple more shots from the rear. (Keep your snarky comments to yourself, ///M, lol.)


That's just beautiful. Gotta remember to bring the bike as well if I ever do get to head out there. Great shot!
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I think the Texas delegation should organize a road trip. Kat?

I've also gotta say... DSX picked out some great roads when he started this thing. That back stretch, to and from the Mt. Washington Hotel, is just beautiful... really nice pavement and it feels to get some speed up after the crawl down the motor road.
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I think the Texas delegation should organize a road trip. Kat?

I've also gotta say... DSX picked out some great roads when he started this thing. That back stretch, to and from the Mt. Washington Hotel, is just beautiful... really nice pavement and it feels to get some speed up after the crawl down the motor road.
A little bit about the history. When I first thought of getting some of us together I thought that if I got 5 cars it would be a success. It seemed that though many of us owned "The Ultimate Driving Machine" we spent most of our lives stuck in traffic, or stop and go-ing through urban areas. No fun at all. I knew of many great roads from my yute when I had a motorcycle and thought nothing of putting a hundred miles on it in the morning before school started (got it when I was 16). Some of those roads would be perfect for a nice ride and would wring a little bit of performance out of our Bimmers.

So I posted a thread and hoped for the best. I got 11 cars and we had a great time touring with a clear ascent to the top of MW. At the end of the day 5 drivers decided to eat together (we'd met for the first time that day) at The Common Man in Lincoln. We didn't have a banquet the first year and I don't recall anyone having arrived early. I remember those five; NHMan, Napolean, Prof Cook, ///M-rated (at the time X-rated), and me. By the end of dinner I knew we'd be doing it again.

Many inaugural CtoC'ers have been at every one! It's grown and become somewhat more formal with the banquet and a charity auction, but the driving is as good as it's always been; freude am fahren!
This year's highlight has to be NK and TK flying in from Houston and joining us in a rental 328! However, many other first timers also ensured an enjoyable day, and everyone proved that BMW owners are in fact the best people in the world. Especially the good hearted young lady who bid $25 for an envelope she knew wasn't going to contain more that a few dollars. It had a dollar in it. What a sweetie!

Anyway, it looks like CtoC5 is going to be a somewhat flexible 2 day event. Drivers can come for one or both days and still be guaranteed a good time. We'll bag a few more road experiences, but get to have a more relaxed day with more time for an outlet mall and (ahem) bathroom stops.

In a few weeks I'll get some of the vets and a few first timers together in the CtoC room started by captainaudio and we'll hash over what works, what doesn't and what should be added. Until then, think it over, and hold your suggestions for discussion by the group.
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I think the Texas delegation should organize a road trip. Kat?

I've also gotta say... DSX picked out some great roads when he started this thing. That back stretch, to and from the Mt. Washington Hotel, is just beautiful... really nice pavement and it feels to get some speed up after the crawl down the motor road.
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Here is a small footage of the drive (I am following Fryed)

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I mentioned this video to a few people Saturday.

More torque than a 330d
http://www.autoblog.com/2011/07/07/w...mt-washington/

And the Travis Pastrana vid some folks were talking about.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=4BZh-7hkNe4
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C-Dub, your family would love to escape TX and spend some quality time together in NH. Your daughter would love StoryLand, Mrs C-Dub would love the MWH, and you'd love the drivin'! You know you're one of us, don't fight the feeling!
http://www.storylandnh.com/info.html
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This is not as picturesque as CA's beautiful shot of the Mt. Washington Hotel with all our cars in procession, but we were just in the right spot in line to capture DSX solo. It missed my first pass through my photos because the exposure was a little off and it was a bit crooked, but once I fixed those things it turned out to be a gem.

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C-Dub, your family would love to escape TX and spend some quality time together in NH. Your daughter would love StoryLand, Mrs C-Dub would love the MWH, and you'd love the drivin'! You know you're one of us, don't fight the feeling!
http://www.storylandnh.com/info.html
Heck, TKat wanted me to drop HIM off at Storyland

CDub, Honestly, while we were driving I thought that you need to experience this. It would be so cool if we could organize a caravan - maybe pick up AndrewB in Lexington. South of the Mason-Dixon invades NH. I'm feelin' it (and I'm not even a Southerner).
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I meant to ask Kat what she thought of Story Land. It's an odd New England staple. I think everybody from the area has been at least once when they were kids.
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I meant to ask Kat what she thought of Story Land. It's an odd New England staple. I think everybody from the area has been at least once when they were kids.
It made me immediately think of "It's a Small World" at Disneyland.

I loved the local color and ambiance of the whole trip. When we arrived on Friday night, we got off the interstate to make our way to Portsmouth and on to Kittery, ME to hit the local landmark Warren's Lobster House for dinner. All the small towns we passed through were so picturesque, so "New Englandy", and so refreshing after our miles and miles of asphalt, cookie cutter "Planned Communities", and mega-Malls. Saturday morning it was no different. If you had a tape recorder in our car, the chatter was, "Oh, isn't that pretty!" "Oh, look at those flowers!" "Oh, isn't that just like a postcard picture." Then I thought about what winter must be like, that far North.
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What a great weekend! Thanks to all who organized- DSX for a great route, logistics and great energy in the auction, Captain for the awesome swag, Furby for the good auction cause and everyone else for the camaraderie and generous giving. I earned valuable husband points for bringing home the girly basket from the auction!

Wasn't sure what to expect when you join a bunch of people I didn't know and who seemed to have some "interesting relationships" over here on the E90 forum, but it was easy to see why everyone was keen to participate.

Phenomenal scenery, great roads. I really enjoyed it. In fact I enjoyed it so much, I got up at 7am on Sunday morning and drove Bear Notch Road in both directions before collecting my stuff and heading home. I headed up to Lancaster NH and then headed west across Vermont in the general direction of Lake Champlain and drove up the east shore and then down Hero Island and Isle La Motte and then south to Lake George before the last stretch of the NY Thruway to home. Put over 1000 happy miles on my car.

I love the pictures and videos everyone is posting and I second the idea of a Roundel submittal- there's a cover shot in those pics for sure for old Satch to pick! I don't have a fancy DSLR, only a lowly smartphone camera but here are some shots:
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What a great weekend! Thanks to all who organized- DSX for a great route, logistics and great energy in the auction, Captain for the awesome swag, Furby for the good auction cause and everyone else for the camaraderie and generous giving. I earned valuable husband points for bringing home the girly basket from the auction!

Wasn't sure what to expect when you join a bunch of people I didn't know and who seemed to have some "interesting relationships" over here on the E90 forum, but it was easy to see why everyone was keen to participate.

Phenomenal scenery, great roads. I really enjoyed it. In fact I enjoyed it so much, I got up at 7am on Sunday morning and drove Bear Notch Road in both directions before collecting my stuff and heading home. I headed up to Lancaster NH and then headed west across Vermont in the general direction of Lake Champlain and drove up the east shore and then down Hero Island and Isle La Motte and then south to Lake George before the last stretch of the NY Thruway to home. Put over 1000 happy miles on my car.

I love the pictures and videos everyone is posting and I second the idea of a Roundel submittal- there's a cover shot in those pics for sure for old Satch to pick! I don't have a fancy DSLR, only a lowly smartphone camera but here are some shots:
Nice car Tee Zee. I did the 2010 run with these maniacs Hope to do next year (I was at my wife's Cornell reunion weekend - which saw me on route 17 across NY, a cool drive as well).

Next year!!
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