I saw him saturday. he showed me hartford. he was starting a new job. he took me to a grinder shop. he shot a beautiful picture of che under the hartford arch. How he must know i already knew i miss him so much.
There is still no known cause.ruthie said:Why? What happened? I am so upset!! He was such a magical person. OMG I am heartbroken.
On Route 23(?) he met that quaint giant duck gift shop (former poultry shop) that has since been relocated. It was the First Flight to First Light(?) LI rally led by Rob Friedman. He left with a yellow ducky. The duck was established thereafter as an icon at a reknown pub in Port Jefferson, LI, where Ed, and others beside myself, awaited a ferry home.Pipe said:Dan,
The story has something to do with a run on Long Island. There's a big duck (http://www.nemini.org/coppermine/displayimage/album=47/pid=323.html) out there. I'm sure some of those on that run can fill in the details. I was MINI-less at that time.
We'll miss Ed tremendously. He was absolute blast to hang out and ride with.
Right on, Soggy. You just reminded me how Ed always bragged of how long it took him to type messages, and how that explained his mistakes. I never knew what he meant until I saw him in "action" at his home pc. Not a geek indeed.SoggyCornFlakes said:... Ed was regarded as not just a fellow ..... net geek but a true friend by many...
pezboy said:I could go on...but can't put most of how I'm feeling into words. I hope that wherever you are, Ed...the music is good, the striped bass are all keepers, and the roads are all twisty. Keep it up, buddy...you are missed already.
ruthie said:It was an amazing Mini.
John, is that you in the last photo of your first post?
Your g/f is beautiful btw. First time I saw her.