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Old 10-08-2008, 06:12 PM   #71
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A word about the Common Quiche Contest-we would appreciate all and many entries as we are eating the entry's for breakfast!!!

If you don't enter we will have no choice but to make you a judge AND judges must wear the official judges hat and trust me they are doozies!!!!!!!!!!
You may not want to go there so break out the eggs, cheese and your secret ingredients.

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So....where do I pick up my judge's hat?
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Old 10-08-2008, 06:59 PM   #72
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We all took the Cedar St. route last year on the way to the R1R. It's not as bad as it looks and it does miss all the traffic in downtown Brattleboro.

Trust me Chuck

PS....wish we could join you guys!!!!
Woo Hoo!! Redemption!!! I'm not completely mindless!!! Just a goof ball.
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Old 10-09-2008, 11:36 AM   #73
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Woo Hoo!! Redemption!!! I'm not completely mindless!!! Just a goof ball.
I didn't say it was impassable; but having gone by there hundreds of times over the last 40+ years, I do have a very clear pic in my mind of that intersection and roadway, which is not clearly depicted by a 2d map or satellite pic.
If you don't like the foot of main street, well...there's a whole lot less to like about chase street...especially with a longer, lower slung trailer.
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Old 10-09-2008, 01:30 PM   #74
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^^^ gosh, throw a bud a bone. Having been married for nearing 20 years I'm almost never right.

I'm leaving work now. heading up to VT this evening. Can't wait to see you all!!
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Old 10-13-2008, 07:49 PM   #75
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Thanks Robin, Richard, Christine and Jeff!! We had such a good time.

I just finished cleaning and seasoning the dutch oven and the cast iron hot dog cooker. I then took a shower and I could smell campfire being washed away. I'm kinda sad about that. I look forward to seeing you four sometime soon.


Thanks again!!
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Old 10-13-2008, 08:31 PM   #77
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Great time!

Thanks to the hosts for such a well planned and FUN event. Thanks to LoydBonafide for such a great light shown and all the people that attended for such a fun and relaxed rally (and all the people that fixed up my finger and donated first aid kit items ---feeling much better!)

Kathy Tex and Wags
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Old 10-13-2008, 09:28 PM   #78
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Thanks Robin, Richard, Christine and Jeff!!
I second the motion to thank the hosts for a great weekend. The grandkids were thrilled as were we. Thanks also for the great weather and beautiful location.

For those who missed the light show, here it is:

Airstream Halloween Light Show on Yahoo! Video

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Old 10-14-2008, 12:21 AM   #79
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For those who missed the light show, here it is:

Airstream Halloween Light Show on Yahoo! Video

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Keith,

The adults and kids loved the live show! And the entire campground came out to see it!

Thanks for posting the video so we can show our friends what we did on our long weekend camping trip!

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Old 10-14-2008, 03:50 PM   #80
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Some amateur photos

So I took loads of photos here are some ....

I'm glad this one came out well. Thanks again Robin and Richard


This one came out ok too. Thanks Christine and Jeff


Dyslexia, too much coffee and chatting too much makes for a very time consuming job of making codes.


Wally tuning up


Wally's helper


Adam's Farm was great!! Are all Democrats Giants fans??


Up to something ....


Boo


please refresh my memory .... what was the name of this again? It glowed very well. Many of us carved pumpkins for the evening's entertainment.


Quiche anyone?


our esteemed panel of judges. is that money hanging from the hats??


The Tale of the Bald Mountain


Found eggs!!!!


Magic!!


and injury


All bandaged up


But we only got one batch of breakfast cookies. They were fantastic!!

A good way to end.


Thanks again to all who came and made my weekend so much fun!!!!
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Great Rally guests make a Great Rally! I will never be able to thank the people who jumped in and made it an extra special good time. You are the people who see something going on and jump right in and add your special magic.

Amada the willing and able Magician, Skip my consigliore, cook, chili cauldron king, Allie who makes me laugh and helped me “decrypt” my treasure hunt encryptions (without you those kids would still be at Bald Mountain trying to figure it all out), Michele & Leon, Paulette & Bob, and Gail, who are always around to lend a helping hand in the kitchen. The Allen’s light show that amazed the entire campground and kept Oing-o Bong-o in my head for days, Val Chop who is a kindred spirit and GEO cacher who I hope to see soon along with her fun family. Bob Plouffe who taught me a cool way to cook steak and potatoes with the Char broiler and helped cook the dogs. Kathy who gave her life blood (literally) providing breakfast cookies. Mary who makes the best Apple-Crisp I have ever had, and Jon, Scrappy, Stephen who related stories to me you probably don’t even remember but touched me and provided me with some inner reflection and joy. Liz & Jim for Keith & Rose who where the hit of the campfire with Itsy-Bitsy Spider and other songs. You just can’t get that pure free entertainment anywhere but from someone those ages. To all of you, Thank you for sharing your children who were a delight and provided me with the best laughs, the greatest smiles and many thanks. My goodness you parents did a great job!



And last but by no means least my husband Char-do and co-hosts Jeff & Kristine without whom none of this would have been possible.
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Big thanks to our hosts Robin,Richard,Kristine,Jeff and the other 20 or 30 co-hosts. The ultimate sign of success , the Grandkids couldn't wait to tell mom and dad about all the things they did at the RALLY. The spirit was definately present in the whole campground.
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