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Billy and all y'all, I believe that firewood crossing state lines is a no-no as per John's information last year. We need VIRGINIA WOOD! HA HA!


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I thought you said "virgin wood" and I almost fell out of my chair! (Does that mean you want to sacrifice a virgin?)

Last edited by ndkid275; Wed Sep 13 2017 11:47 PM.
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You never know what happens around the campfire. Billy, gotcha. Firepit ok

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This fraction of the Northern contengent is planning on seeing all of you Southern folk! Just started intervenous steroids for a three day blast!! Now you know why I'm up so late!!! Hopefully the flare up will cease. Mikey, is Doc planning on attending?? I could use some of that peach cough syrup if he can find some. I really enjoy his company last year! "Oh" so did Miley!
Mike and Billy, did Tri-State ever think about live entertainment?? "No" oh god "No" not Milliman dancing on a pole----- yucki ----- I just heaved!! I meant a little 3 piece ensemble with a truly wicked bango pickin "---genious---" that amazes us every time he pick up that instrument!!!
Take care all!

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Good Morning Gents - DJ, Bill, and probably Jim will be leaving from ODSS north Friday morning "turnpike early". Assuming we overcome a tire situation we will be welcoming a new (old) 49 into the fold. Bill's imron red (painted by DJ and Pop) will be on my borrowed trailer. Miley will be accompanying us and more than likely jump into 53 green 1-ton's truck as soon as she sees him. They are at one with each other and Jim lets her ride on that big console between the seats.

In the cargo area we will be carrying some jewelry Grigg negotiated up this way as well as a 216 bartered with another Stovebolt member. I look forward to making my way down - and Roach, I envy your Wednesday arrival.

Look forward to that cooler full of PBR's with friends.......You are my friends right ?

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Wow, it's shaping up to be one for the books! Like, you guys are going to have , like, so totally a fab time, fer sher!!! I'm guessing you are going to have perfect weather, lots of cool/different trucks, and the entire (minus one) ODSS contingent on hand. And a cooler full of PBR???? To quote the Hamster, "Holee Kwrappamoleeeee!"


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Hey John, I'll bet PBR acronym means Pabst Blue Ribbon cause that's what Philly crowd prefers. Ask me how I know? My people come from south philly, raised in Jersey, and made trek south of the Mason Dixon line for Army promotions. Forgetabout it! V/R, Nick

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Forget about the swamp pee that is pbr , Who is bringing the Buddy?


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Drive him

1947 - 3800 dually known as "Deadwrench"
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Drive him, with a cooler full of PBR

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