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Posted by Nick P. on August 29, 2001 at 15:56:47:

In Reply to: Re: OT: How many have pb with g/f-wife bcse of the posted by dudel on August 29, 2001 at 15:01:37:

Same here in Indy. I try to include the wifey in every event I can, as she is becoming pretty active in things within the club, Is meeting other people, and generally hjas a great time. We have gone on the auto tour to bed and breakfasts for the last 2 years, and have a great time. In fact Jen (my wife) is really looking forward to helping run our corral for the USGP next month.

Regards, Nick Panich

In Atlanta, we regularly have meetings where we bring the spouse/so/gf along (we also have some meetings where we don't). At the ones where we do, they tend to meet other spouse/so/gf and find that in general there is plenty to talk about while we open up each others cars......

We've found it's generally better to include them on a few of the drives/dinners and we don't get much static when we do a few on our own.

Being inclusive rather than exclusive works for us in the UUC-Atlanta.


I know I do because I spend too much time on my car and other friend's car...

Can we create a big club for all our wifes and g/f so they leave us alone with our BMW???

For the women on the forum, do you have the same problems with your husband / bf????

'89 535i soon with headers.

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