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Old 10-09-2007, 11:53 AM   #57
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We expect to hear your stories next Monday Gene.

and we want the whole story at that
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Old 10-09-2007, 12:01 PM   #58
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We expect to hear your stories next Monday Gene.

and we want the whole story at that
Ulp! Steve, it's not like I hear a partytime threat in that.
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Old 10-09-2007, 12:40 PM   #59
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I see it like this Bob. We all know Gene is going to be partying hard this weekend....that's why he isn't bringing his family.

Joe has told me a few stories about Gene, and how he hasn't gotten his college years behind him. It's that or the fact that the razorbacks aren't the pride of the SEC this year. but I am not judging...I will just be here to fill in the BLANKS.

By the way...Gene Gone Wild tapes will be on sale after the Branson Rally this weekend. $5.00 plus postage. HD Discs are $10.00
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Old 10-09-2007, 02:13 PM   #60
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Argosy's Maiden Voyage

After an eventful beginning, check out thread Rain, Sparks and the Highway Patrol, I had an enjoyable weekend of camping at Warrior Creek Corps of Engineers Park in Wilkesboro, NC. The sites were spacious, almost level, and the campground, although full, didn't seem at all crowded, I'll be back there in a few weeks. Too bad this park closes on the 31st of October for the season.
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Old 10-09-2007, 08:26 PM   #61
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It was either Elk River, or Big Sugar Creek that flows into Elk River very close to where we were.
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Old 10-15-2007, 09:09 AM   #62
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Hi group, Just returned from Cherokee, NC and the beautiful Happy Holidays campground. We had a fall buddy rally there. We were small in attendance but had fun visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the visitor's center, seeing bull elk, deer, wild turkeys, and the beginnings of fall leaf color. The casion didn't get much of my money, but it was fun to visit. There are plenty of mom and pop type restaurants and a few new ones that are worth checking out, especially the new BBQ buffet. The mornings were cold (37 degrees) and the days warm with highs in the upper 60's.
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Old 10-15-2007, 09:48 AM   #63
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Back from the Branson Rally...man did we have fun...

a great time had by all...

being a chili judge, along with Michael and Nell, I had 11 cups of chili...wow...it was all good!!

However, I have a get together Wednesday night of this week...guess what's for dinner...CHILI!...and another one Saturday night...you guessed it...CHILI!!!

2air'...can you still write prescriptions????

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Old 10-15-2007, 09:48 AM   #64
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We just returned from the Inaugural Branson Rally. We had 26 trailers, and a great time was had by all.

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Just got back from......home?

We were already camping at Edisto Beach State Park in SC for the last 2 weeks. We left here early Sat morn to return home (Tn) to pick up our grandson, who attends a year round school district and has a 2 week break. We picked him up late Sun, went back to our house and early this morn left Tn to come back to Edisto, with grandson in tow, so he has a week at the beach. I told Grammy I had better earn a lot of points for this 1200 mile, round trip, take Johnny to the beach trip. Anyway, we're back at the beach and he's already hunting for fossils and shark's teeth. Having grandkids is great. So this is our "just got back from" in reverse story after returning home for the weekend.
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Got back yesterday from a great Forums weekend at Pecotonica. We had six units and one family without their trailer on Saturday. Lots of kids (about 11 or so). As typical at a forum rally, lots of good food. The campfire never went out. Weather cool but pleasant. A lot of photos at http://www.airforums.com/forums/f288...a-34525-9.html

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We spent the weekend boondocking in the Mojave Desert. No one for miles and very peacefull.
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Just got back, but ready to go again

Just got back thursday from a trip out west. We found a couple nice spots to camp. Our dog Sid, climbed the dunes also. Did it early morning before the sand warmed up. Man, what a grunt that was. One step up, then slide back 2/3 steps. Not old Sid, he has 4 wheel drive.
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We put ours away for the winter

Boo hiss - I hate when this happens. It is SO depressing to know the only use it is going to get between now and March is my testing the mattresses out several times a week, in twenty minute to one hour stretches, for any possible defects. I must admit, with it tucked away in it's lean-to, it is a great place to hide .

But this time of year, although very pretty with the leaves turning, is still very sad with the bullet being tucked away and out of daily sight.

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