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Old 02-16-2010, 03:50 PM   #85
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How much is it for how long? And of course there is no membership fees in advance.
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Old 02-16-2010, 04:00 PM   #86
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Steve, Frank, John, am I missing anything else?
Don't forget cooked to order breakfasts. Or the HUGE steak dinner that's being put on. Then there's the wine tasting courtesy of Happy Camper Wines. Guided fishing trip for any and all intersested. Of course, my 3 year old daughter is most looking forward to playing with all of the other little kids in the fields surrounding Rob's farm. Last year, the parachute that the kids played with for hours was a big hit.

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Old 02-16-2010, 04:32 PM   #87
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Boy, this has taught me a lesson. Even if you are equally opposed to the insanity of the IBT's budget, don't say anything even remotely critical of the prevailing narrative. Duh.

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Old 02-16-2010, 04:33 PM   #88
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Don't forget cooked to order breakfasts. Or the HUGE steak dinner that's being put on. Then there's the wine tasting courtesy of Happy Camper Wines.
Right John... I spent the whole week at the International in Madison and did not even smell food... much less find any included in the rally fee. Not even anything you could buy.

BTW Lynn, Gillette, WY isn't any closer for Rob than Plymouth, NY is for you. ... I don't know why you are taken aback, we are just answering your criticisms
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Steve, it was never about me and my locale, and you know it. Immature thrusts get you nowhere.

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Old 02-16-2010, 04:54 PM   #90
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Rob - one of the hosts!
Yes, Rob. You neglected to tell them about the 543 mile view to North Carolina.
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Steve, it was never about me and my locale, and you know it. Immature thrusts get you nowhere.

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The Birthday Bash is unlike a big WBCCI event in a few important ways. Most importantly, there is an emphasis on family and kids. Older folks without kids will also be welcome with open arms and not just tolerated. Also, the event was scheduled when most kids are not in school. True, the International also takes place during the summer but it is not scheduled at that time to take advantage of the fact that people with kids will be able to attend.

There will be no "Pomp and Circumstance" at the bash, although there may be some food at the many Happy Hours that is presented with great flourish. No business meetings either, unless Frank or one of the 3 or 4 other trailer restorers happens to be approached about having some work done on a specific trailer.

Proper attire will have to be worn at the bash, I'm afraid. That means no cut off jeans in the swimming pool as they clog up the filter. You can swim in the pond with them, I suppose.

There will be no "Gold Row" parking available at the Birthday Bash. No matter where you park, you will run the risk of being awakened early by young children running around. They tend to do that, especially when the "adults" spend a late night at the camp fire telling stories and emtying bottles. That's just one of the pitfalls of camping.

You are right about a non-central location. This is being discussed, and right now there is a movement to have satelite "Mini-Bashes" take place simultaneously around the country. Marcus down in Austin,Texas is being recruited to host just such an event. I hear he makes a mean BBQ, too.

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I once again need to correct a co host, we not correct so much as clarify something....

There is No Gold Row at the Bash, however there is a GOLDEN #80 SPOT being auctioned off to raise money for our Charity Roots and Wings. Special treatment comes with this special spot in a special location for a sepcial person and it will be, well special.
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Steve, it was never about me and my locale, and you know it. Immature thrusts get you nowhere.

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Lynn, as always, I am just stating fact... make of them what you will.

I do have to admit that with regard to you, I have no idea what "it" is all about.
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