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PIE RUN #3 June 6, 2009

Discussion in 'South Atlantic Region' started by bimmernupe, May 17, 2009.

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    If you plan to attend use registration link at the bottom of the description.

    As always it is best to have at least one passenger with you to read the turn-by-turn directions and help navigate.

    WHAT: BACK BY BMENOURMUS DEMAND PIE RUN #3 To Catoctin Mountain Orchard, http://www.catoctinmountainorchard.com in Thurmont, MD (near Camp David). People have been known to leave CMO w/ 12+ pies. They are that good. CMO is a mom & pop operation specializing in homemade pies either cooked or frozen uncooked. They also have fresh fruits, preserves, jams, jellies, dressings and cider. Since we are going at the beginning of the season everything will be in stock. Note: I highly recommend ordering your pies ahead of time since we are a large group. The pies can be ordered freshly baked (See pics in links below of DonDon's baked pies from pie run in December. Can you say pie omelet?) or uncooked frozen. Some people brought a cooler w/ them to keep their pies from sliding around in the trunk. When you place your order, reference the "BMW group" as the group you are with. The pies range in price from $8.95-$10.95. Check their site for the different types of pie.
    IMPORTANT: I have spoken w/ CMO and they have asked that emails and call-in orders for baked pies be deadlined by 1 day before we arrive. Pies I have had that are good: Apple Walnut, strawberry, cherry crumb, peach, peach blueberry, blueberry, four berry.

    We will then continue on to Schmankerl Stube www.schmankerlstube.com in Hagerstown for lunch. They have excellent authentic German food. The owner is from Munich. There is also a copy of their menu on the site. The restaurant comes highly recommended by Joern Esser (CA @ Passport BMW and Munich native), also everyone who went on the first two runs have had high praise for the food. The lunch menu is reasonably priced @ around $10/entree. If you want to order the Knusperige Schweinshaxe, I need to let him know two days in advance as so he can order the meat from the butcher. I know it says 24 hrs on the menu, but since he is preparing this earlier than it is usually served I have agreed to 48 hrs. People who ordered it in January could not finish the dish. Can you say doggie bag!?! DO NOT CALL THE RESTAURANT TO PLACE ORDER. LET ME KNOW VIA POST, PM or EMAIL. There is a parking garage behind the restaurant which is free on the weekends. When we did the other runs the garage was completely empty when we arrived and when we departed. So, issues w/ door ding and other damage should not be a problem. We will also have use of the biergarten.
    From Schmankerl Stube we will travel to Lost Creek Vineyard in Leesburg, Va. for wine tasting. Everyone who attended had high praise for the wine selection. They have tables for sitting indoors and outdoors were some attendees purchased cheese and wine to put a cap on a great day. Afterwards you can either go home or hit the Leesburg Outlets.
    The route, for those that did not get lost in January and can remember is full of fun, empty twisty roads. This will be a fun day for just a drive w/ people whom share your obsession. Here are the pics and reviews from the last two pie runs:
    http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=192503
    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...6&postcount=63
    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...4&postcount=85
    http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...2&postcount=89
    http://gallery.nccbmwcca.org/showgallery.php?cat=630

    WHEN: June 6, 2009 @ 0830 SHARP from Sugarloaf Mtn.
    WHERE: Depart West view of Sugarloaf Mountain in Dickerson, MD.

    To get to the West View of Sugarloaf Mtn. from northbound and southbound 270 take exit 22. Coming from either direction, if you come to 355 you went the wrong way: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&sad....268544,-77.357998&spn=0.061133,0.109863&z=13

    NOTE: This is not the restaurant on Comus Road we left from in January. We are leaving from the top of the mountain. Follow Route 109 Old Hundred Rd. roughly 2.9 miles to Comus Rd. Turn right on Comus Rd. (This is the corner where the Comus Inn restaurant sits and there will be a sign on the corner pointing to Sugarloaf Mountain), travel 2.4 miles to the entrance of Sugarloaf Mtn. Once you come through the open gates into the little lot, look to your right and you will see a white sign w/ green writing on it at the entrance to the road and a little cabin just beyond the open wooden gate. Follow that road to the top of the mountain to the West View, about ½ mile. The address to enter into your Nav to get to the base of the Sugarloaf Mtn.: 7901 Comus Rd, Dickerson, MD 20842

    Meet point for those coming from Bethesda area and south whom feel they may get lost going to the Mt. we will meet at the same place as in January at Montgomery Mall on the Westlake Terrace side parking lot. It is the mall entrance just before the bridge that crosses over 270. We will depart for Sugarloaf @ 0730 SHARP!!! AGAIN THIS IS NOT THE DEPART FOR EVERYONE, ONLY PEOPLE w/ BAD INTERNAL COMPASSES. LOL. If you have nav put in this address: 7100 Westlake Terrace Bethesda, MD 20817 Montgomery Mall meet point: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sou...378&spn=0.006751,0.013797&t=h&z=16&iwloc=addr

    Feel free to PM me or email @ harlemknights02@verizon.net

    Click here to register for tour: http://www.nccbmwcca.org/index.php?option=com_form&form_id=13

    SIGN UP WILL CLOSE AS SOON AS RESTAURANT REACHES CAPACITY

    If you register as a non-member your spot will be given to a registered member if the restaurant reaches capacity. I apologize in advance, but our first responsibility is to our membership. This rule does not apply to non-members attending with a CCA member in the same car.


    If you are not a CCA member, please take the time to join @ www.bmwcca.org. Use my number 369006 as the referring member. It is $40/yr and add'l $10/yr for associate memberships for people in your household. Associates have the same rights as full member, but do not receive a copy of the club magazine, Roundel.
    Other perks are discounts on parts at BMW dealers, rebate on your next BMW purchase after one year of membership, discounts for club events, discounts at certain club friendly independent shops, access to all club sponsored events and more.
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    So far we have 71 people registered for the Pie Run.:eek:

    We have also been approved for a $10 subsidy per CCA member (as always this includes our associate members) for lunch.:biggrin:

    If you have not registered please do so here: http://www.nccbmwcca.org/index.php?option=com_form&form_id=13

    If you are a CCA member and have CCA members riding with you, then you can either:
    1. Register and include the CCA member in your guest count with your non-memeber guest. Then send me an email with their names and member number.

    OR
    2. You register and include the non-members riding with you in your guest count. And have the CCA members register individually and put zero guest.

    If you have questions please don't hesitate to PM or email me.
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    Pie run?!

    Pie run?!
    Ohhh, mannn! I wish I could make it! I LOVE pie! :p
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    Thus far we have 85 people in 46 cars.

    Friday is the last chance to register for the Pie Run on Sat June 6. If you have not registered please do so here: http://www.nccbmwcca.org/index.php?option=com_form&form_id=13
    Remember, if you want to be eligible for the subsidy and all future subsidies you must be a CCA member, either full or associate. To join or to add an associate membership www.bmwcca.org .
    See the previous email I have sent for other details. If you have question feel free to email or call me.

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