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Old 04-16-2007, 02:57 PM   #225
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I'm having FUN too!

My gut guess to your question is that there is alot of enthusiasm in our membership base and many of our members are very active on the forums.
I agree with Yuki. Here are the "stats" for this rally so far:

31 registered rigs / WBCCI members of which
27 are active Air Forums members leaving
4 to be introduced to Air Forums.

Of the 31 registered WBCCI members 29 are regular members of the NEU, 1 is Charter Oaks (CT) and 1 is Metro NY.

Of the 31 registered WBCCI members this will be the first rally for 1 member.

Of the 29 registered NEU members 2 are from CT, 12 from MA, 1 from ME, 10 from NH and 4 from RI.


The NEU has found that our members who are active on the Air Forums are also active in the WBCCI New England Unit. The NEU private forum here on Air Forums also really helps us stay connected between events and rallies. Air Forums is good for the WBCCI, it helps us increase and retain membership.
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Old 04-16-2007, 03:01 PM   #226
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If I may make a suggestion regarding wood. It seems that the same people generously bring wood to our rallies for us all to enjoy. I suggest we pass a hat at the rally to contribute to the wood. I know that I am never one to bring wood but certainly enjoy the fact that someone does. I would be happy to pitch in to cover $$ or labor. What does everyone else think?
Great idea!
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Old 04-16-2007, 03:03 PM   #227
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I agree with Yuki. Here are the "stats" for this rally so far:

31 registered rigs / WBCCI members of which
27 are active Air Forums members leaving
4 to be introduced to Air Forums.

Of the 31 registered WBCCI members 29 are regular members of the NEU, 1 is Charter Oaks (CT) and 1 is Metro NY.

For the 29 registered NEU members 2 are from CT, 12 from MA, 1 from ME, 10 from NH and 4 from RI.
Nice stats! Thanks for publishing them!
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Old 04-16-2007, 03:16 PM   #228
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31 rigs ! Sweet!

Just got home, 2 trees snapped off, way away from the rigs, Lotsa branches down, all around the campers, no impacts!!!
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Old 04-16-2007, 03:17 PM   #229
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Just got home, 2 trees snapped off, way away from the rigs, Lotsa branches down, all around the campers, no impacts!!!
The Airstream gods are watching out for you! Whew!
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Old 04-16-2007, 03:29 PM   #230
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The Airstream gods are watching out for you! Whew!
Either that or the alien Force Field I installed

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If I may make a suggestion regarding wood. It seems that the same people generously bring wood to our rallies for us all to enjoy. I suggest we pass a hat at the rally to contribute to the wood. I know that I am never one to bring wood but certainly enjoy the fact that someone does. I would be happy to pitch in to cover $$ or labor. What does everyone else think?
I don't mind bringing wood, we are team, so I really would not feel comfortable.... Both of us scavange wood as we can so no $ out
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The clam shacks in Salisbury are OPEN!

I just returned from dinner in Salisbury at one of the famous clam shacks -- Browns. My favorite clam shack, Markey's, isn't open yet during the week.

I had a huge overflowing fried clam platter (with REAL clams...not the strips) along with extra tartar sauce, coleslaw and onion rings. Umm-mm good! With every bite, I could see my cholesterol level rising, but it was worth every bite. If that wasn't enough, we then rolled our "fat little bellies" down the street to the Dairy Queen and had Blizzards for dessert. It is sooooo decadent but soooo delicious!

Browns or Markey's is a great place to grab a seafood lunch so keep that in mind if you are attending this event and need a place to go to eat lunch.
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Old 04-16-2007, 08:13 PM   #233
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I just returned from dinner in Salisbury at one of the famous clam shacks -- Browns. My favorite clam shack, Markey's, isn't open yet during the week.

I had a huge overflowing fried clam platter (with REAL clams...not the strips) along with extra tartar sauce, coleslaw and onion rings. Umm-mm good! With every bite, I could see my cholesterol level rising, but it was worth every bite. If that wasn't enough, we then rolled our "fat little bellies" down the street to the Dairy Queen and had Blizzards for dessert. It is sooooo decadent but soooo delicious!

Browns or Markey's is a great place to grab a seafood lunch so keep that in mind if you are attending this event and need a place to go to eat lunch.
Did they get the floors washed by the ocean during the Nor'easter?
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Did they get the floors washed by the ocean during the Nor'easter?
No...it was low tide at the time.
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Weather update

Sure glad this weather is now not this weekend, it could not be much more miserable out there! 38 with a 17 mph wind driven rain, feels like mid 20s

Can't wait for the weekend!
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Repeat after me...

The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
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Repeat after me...

The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
The weather will be warm and sunny this weekend.
You forgot the click you ruby slippers part!
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I don't mind bringing wood, we are team, so I really would not feel comfortable.... Both of us scavange wood as we can so no $ out
Love the little saw but is that blood???? Yikes!!!!
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