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    I was thinking that we should get as many OCers in ABQ together as possible for a group outing. Even something as simple as a nice meal at a resturant every other month or something. Anyone else be up for something like that?

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    Sounds great to me but it would have to be on a weekend as I work nights
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    absolutely. I would drive from Alamo to attend. Weekends only unfortunatly. I wouldn't be able to make the drive during the week.

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    Weekends would work for me around midday though. I'm on internship at night during the weekends for my paramedic license.

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    sounds good to me. We have to get a few more people in on it to make it worth the drive.

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    I just registered to say count me in, I'll take a friend, well make that maybe 2 friends, but dont count on them.

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    Toss my name on the list. Weekends are the best time for me as well.

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    I always oc in abq. You can count me in as long as something doesn't come up.

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    so does anyone want to set a date? I would gladly help out with organizing it, but i do live in alamo. so I'm not very familiar with the resturants in alb.

    we need to pick a place that is alcohol free and probably give the establishment a heads up as to how many people will bedining at their resturantjust to be on the curtious side.



    ideas?

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    My favorite restaurant applied for a alcohol license, oh well !!

    Count me in whenever something gets firmed up. Maybe we can all meet my favorite county sheriff's deputy.

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    I dont know where to go eat, but I agree we need to set a date
    or we can hit every starbucks in the city. :shock:

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    Also think about planning an event some time in December...I will be going back to Rio Rancho to visit relatives and would like to join you all (if we have no serious hurricanes this year -- like we did Ike down here -- or if we do, I survive them).

    Except, the only holster that fits my "obscuree and obsolete" milsurp handgun is a milsurp FLAP-holster...and I still do not have the definitive word flap-holsters are not considered CONCEALED CARRY in NM. Probably because no one who made the law even though about that point. Still, I'd like to know.

    Regardless, set something up for December...

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    those of you guys from ALB have an idea location wise? I don't mind calling and arranging it. Even doing some scouting one weekend. Lemme know.

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    I'd be interested in participating. As far as a "nice" restaurant, anything more than a denny's will most likely serve alcohol. Anyways, lets set this up!

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    what about the 66 dinner do they serve alcohol

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    Has anyone considered a pot luck or bbq at a park maybe? Unless we can find a good place that doesn't serve alcohol, I think that's our best bet.

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    How about fuddruckers or the owl cafe? 66 diner would work too, as long as none of those places serve alcohol.

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    What about Village Inn they do not serve alcohol as far as I know
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    Village Inn would be a good choice. I've only been to the one in Rio Rancho (across from Intel) but didn't notice if it had a "no guns" sign or not.

    IHOP is just down the hill on Alameda but again, I didn't notice if THEY had any no-gun sign posted, either.

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    There's one on Jaun Tabo and Lomas too, I'll check to see if they have a no weapons or firearms sign.

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    Ilike the Flying Star on Juan Tabo, but Flying Star has a liquor license...they wouldn't even let us sit in the "Petio" area!

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    Dion's would be another good option.

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    whatever is good I dont mind, throwing a bbq sounds good too.

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    The Wife and I visited Village Inn tonight for Dinner and I asked the Manager about there firearms policy she was very nice about it and contacted her area manager about it. the AM was not sure so the AM asked the manger to email them and will forward it to head office they will have an answer by Thursday So I'll now more by then but the manger said that she does not have a problem even when I said that some of us will be open carrying so I'll post more on Thursday
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    are we doing this for fun or to educate people? we might want to pick 66 dinner since tourists go there.

    either way lets get this moving.

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