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Old 01-08-2013, 07:35 AM   #15
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Harley has torn down all the old buildings on the west side of the new softail plant. The upper lot stays full but the lower lot is no longer used. There is plenty of room for your MH. You will just have to walk the side walk to the main building...a great tour...you can see all the bikes begin from raw metal to the finished product at the end of the line...I also ride HD's and the company I manage takes care of all the HVAC needs for Harley here in York. The museum at the plant is another great place to visit as well as the factory store...one of a kind shirts and other stuff can be bought..

If you need help you can e-mail me and we can hook up.

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Without a doubt, we will tour the factory come Spring. I called the factory yesterday and spoke with the receptionist there. She informed me about the "steel toe" tour, which is a more in depth tour, and that they don't offer that tour in the month of June due to the new model changes. She also said, that Friday isn't a good day to go also. I forget why, but it's no big deal, we simply won't go on Friday.
I hope to have my '03 Ultra as my toad by then. If I tow it down there for sure we can hook up and if you wouldn't mind you could show me & my wife some cool places in and around the area.
Again, many thanks for the info.
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For great food in Hershey. The Hershey Pantry. Make it a point to eat there when I'm in the neighborhood.
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There is a really good book, "Hallowed Ground, A Walk At Gettysburg" by James McPherson. He is a leading civil war historian and has spent lots of time at Gettysburg. He takes you through the battle from start to finish. It is also available as an audio book so you can listen to it when you tour.
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When you come down please let me know a week or so in advance...The tour is well worth it...June is the switch over of the new bikes and the public cannot see the new models..

Friday is a bad day due to some shut downs and other employee issues.

I would love to ride with you both as my wife can climb on her Fatboy...Maybe dinner at my social club or a place of your choice..

Bill and Brenda
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Lots to do and see in these towns

We live near Hershey, PA. The park, outlet shopping are just a couple of things to do in Hershey. Good camping around the area as well. We like KOA Twin Grove Resort & Campground, Pine Grove, PA (near Indiantown Gap Army Depot). Lancaster has many PA Dutch attractions with lots of good eats, buggy rides, scenic drives around the many Amish and Mennonite farms in the area. Also, recommend Shady Maple Smorgasboard when you need to fill the empty stomach. Of course, everyone should visit Gettysburg. Artillery Ridge campground is great. We've stayed there and at Gettysburg Campground. Also a nice place to camp (level sites).
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For great food in Hershey. The Hershey Pantry. Make it a point to eat there when I'm in the neighborhood.
THANKS! I have just added that to my book on "must see things"!

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There is a really good book, "Hallowed Ground, A Walk At Gettysburg" by James McPherson. He is a leading civil war historian and has spent lots of time at Gettysburg. He takes you through the battle from start to finish. It is also available as an audio book so you can listen to it when you tour.
Wow! I can't believe that the book is called "Hallowed Ground". I say that because when my wife said to me "Why do you want to go to Gettysburg?" I told her that I wanted to stand on that hallowed ground and imagine what it must've been like back then.
And, I have gotten a gift certificate for I Tunes for Christmas which I haven't used yet but I'm pretty sure I'll use it on that book on tape and brush up on my history before we go there!
Thanks and much appreciation!
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