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Five Ten Outlet Saturday (and Taco Bell surprise)

The Five Ten outlet store in Redlands is only open the first Saturday of the month, so lets get a carpool going to run over and grab some Camp4's or Canyoneer shoes at a discount price.

After shopping, lunch at Mitla Cafe in San Bernardino. Mitla's was the cafe Glen Bell ate at all the time and the inspiration for the Taco Bell chain.

Carpool from the Sport Chalet in La Canada at 9am.

More info on the two places and Taco Bell history:

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  • Scott K.

    Parked in the shade just east of sport chalet. Will wait until 9:10 to see if Randy shows up

    November 2, 2013

  • Tina R.

    I just called and he said they are good on stock, sizes and color selection...

    1 · October 31, 2013

  • Dennis b.

    Hey I had the opportunity to go this month, bought 2 pairs of shoes so I'll be good for a while, enjoy guys

    October 28, 2013

  • John C.

    Scott, I would join you but for the long drive from S.D. Back in the 70's, Taco Bell was the place to go for good, quick snack/meal. After Pepsi bought them, things went downhill. I had a front row seat, my client owned many franchises. Before Pepsi, they cooked their beans on premise in pressure cookers. Prepped almost everything on premise.
    That and a lot more changed. There are still a few locations left where you can get a good taco, Barstow used to be good and Bishop still is. After Mr. Bell retired, he started to reconstruct a railroad/ amusement park in Tuolumne. I visited there before they opened and was very impressed at how they were doing everything to historical standards. The family decided to sell when the children no longer wanted the biz. Bought by the MiWuk Indians eventually. Hope they resurrect the plan. Thanks for the info, Mitla's is in my mental gps.

    1 · October 4, 2013

  • Shane H.

    How much are the shoes?

    September 15, 2013

    • Shane H.

      Dave do you remember if the guides or camp 4's were priced in that range?

      September 16, 2013

    • Dave R.

      Yeah, i think there were several pairs of each. If ya don't find what you're looking for, always ask them to check in the back stockroom, they've always got way more than will fit in their (tiny) showroom. It's always 'hit or miss' going there, especially w/ sizes.

      September 16, 2013

  • Klaus G.

    This is awesome, Scott!!

    September 15, 2013

  • Brian of the Swan C.

    I may try to go in October but if I don't I'm down!

    September 15, 2013

    • Scott K.

      I'd do October too, but LA Decompression is that day and I have to make some fire happen.

      September 15, 2013

  • Scott K.

    I can take two people (3 in a pinch) in my car. So if we get many signups, another driver will need to step up.

    September 15, 2013

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