Let me know how to contact her. I have also had a nightmarish past sever al months relative to maintaining my phone numbers and contact informati on. All the moving has made a mess of some of it.
I also needed to find a super long pair of OLD Reynolds chainstays to re pair Ann's bike; which I believe I found a source for thanks to this pas t show. For me, the show yeilds far more things than for most people. Mo st see lots of bikes and meet lots of people (if one considers framebuil ders people). I learn LOTS of stuff, meet new people, make new connectio ns, conduct peace talks, find stashes of cool old or new frame bits, and just generally have a grand time when I go to these shows.
Hook me up with Ann and the Claude Butler decals and we'll be off to the races.
La Mesa, CA
I just heard from Ann Phillips, who has been absent the last two or thre e years from our list. Her great warmth and biking enthusiasm (And knowle dge, too! She worked for Bikes South in Atlanta) made her very popular with m any list members back then.
She is finishing up her studies, her son is in something like his third year of college and doing well, and she is now married to Ray, the very nice guy who accompanied her to Cirque a few years ago. She asked me to let folk s know that she is doing fine.
She is hoping that Brian Bayliss will hurry and finish up the bike of he rs that she has.she also says she has the money and decals for him and hope s he will contact her.
Lansing, Mi USA