The Queen Anne House is Motorcycle Friendly

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Thank You,

Roger B. and His Magnificent Madison, Wisconsin Motorcycle Club for the best Memorial week stay.  Sorry about my bad night time photography.  

 

 

 

 

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Thank You, Talbot brothers.

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Thank you Easy Rider and Captain America!

 

Our Motorcycle friends links

http://www.ihdmm.com

 

http://www.oklahomabiker.net/

 

www.BigThunder96.com

 

 

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Thank You, Randy Mavencamp and family. With his Great Northern Motorcycles,  and not to be forgotten,  Hans and his Osseo Bootlegen 57 Chevy.  

Thank You, Randy Balsamo and his Spindle top Motorcycles. Enjoyed reminiscing of time spent on the beautiful bayous of the East Texas Gulf Coast.  

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Thank you, Kevin D. for bringing your British Steel Triumph III to the Queen Anne House

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Thank You, Stacey and Pam Sidwell. A Big Man with a Big beautiful V Twin, and A Big Thundering web site found below in our friends links.

Thank you, Carl for bringing your dual purpose world cruiser from the fine people at Bavarian Motor Works. Wunderbar!

 

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Thank You, Wayne & Judy, Cliff and Charlotte, Clide and Pattie (not pictured due to sleeping in :) and their Marvelous Mustang, Oklahoma Motorcycles for a great night at the Queen Anne house!

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Thank You,  Josh and Michelle on your Frankenstein trike.

They are members of the the Iron Horse disciples.

See the web site at our Motorcycles friends link below.

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Thank You, Roddy, Gary and Deborah, Calvin and Charmain,  and Jim from greater Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Had a great time watching the Tigers game, also talking about construction, aviation, boating, marketing, and others.  

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Thank You Mike and Janice of Natchez, Ms. for helping us say that Trailers are welcome at the Queen Anne House. The also saw the play Joshua while here.

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Thank You Allen and Janet of Tulsa Oklahoma. Thanks for playing your mountain dulcimer while here.

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Thank you , Ron and Sandy, Shawn and Shellie, and Trev and R.J. the Murphy family. Enjoyed tells of Iowa and enjoyed time on the front porch for a little Arkansas cultural exchange.