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Recent Pics Of Your Boxster Or Cayman

Let's see some recent pics of your baby (not the animal kind ). My '99 at Bodega Bay the other day.
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Bodega Bay?? Hope you didn't have any problems with birds.
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Bodega Bay?? Hope you didn't have any problems with birds.
Only problem I ever have in Bodega Bay is with clams. I can't seem to pass up a cup of Spud Point clam chowder.
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I was just going to start a similar thread.
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Taken yesterday, wish I had a decent camera at the time instead of a phone.
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Too funny, I wonder how many people got the Bodega Bay comment right off? Great movie and Tippi Hedron (sp?).....yummy!!

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We just returned home from a drive to the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia, Canada. 4500 Kilometers in 6 days with our 98 Boxster. Traveled from Ontario through Quebec and New Brunswick on our way down and through Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York states on the way back. Quite the drive and scenery. Saw 8 Porsches through Canada and 3 in the States.

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Beautiful pic and beautiful car. I'm heading out to Cabot Trail in a month, same route there and back. Unfortunately, it isn't practical to take my 911 (it's the 1972 version) but it should be a great drive nonetheless.

We are cycling (yes on a bicycle) the Cabot Trail as part of a Tour for Kids to raise money for kids with cancer. Looking forward to it! Let me know if you have any insight into the trip and any recommendations.
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