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Camp Commandant Billy, Assistant Camp Commandant Mikey, Security Officer George,, Glad to hear you'all have Camp Stovebolt established, security, and are awaiting further troops and stovebolt vehicles. I will leave Bel Air, MD at 15:30hrs tomorrow with an ETA of 19:30hrs. I will arrive under cover of darkness unload, cover my vehicle, and bed down at a Holiday Inn Express. I can't
wait to see everyone and re-establish contact from seeing everyone back September 2015. Be safe ODSS stovebolters. V/r, Nick Cavallaro

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Enjoy the weekend like John I wish I was a there

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Mr. President,

I tried my best, but I fell short. I am in the process of getting my truck towed to the house. I am currently 30 miles from the house and even farther from the link up site. It sounds like something let lose inside the engine. Not sure what it is since the rods are still in place, has the correct amount of oil and it didn't overheat. I guess that I will be driving my NEW truck to link up with you guys. Don't worry, I will do my best to keep the beer cold.


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Chris keep the beer cold and I'm sure you will have a great time keeping the dream alive they would say Bugger downunder have you got a new pickup since the homecoming that was a nice truck I saw then

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Chris, sorry for the bad luck. Keep fighting, you will get it. There were several other that had some bad luck on the way here, much worse than what you endured. Remember , it could have been worse.

Just got back from the big dinner, delicious pork tenderloin. Everyone is firmly planted in a chair with smiles on their faces too full to move.

Great day here, a little warm but not too bad. Lots of trucks, not sure the total but the show grounds look fairly full.

Hope tomorrow is another great day. We sure miss all of our fellow bolters that couldn't make it.

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Camp Commandant Billy, Assistant Camp Commandant Mikey, Mr. President, et. al., Arrved safely with eldest son, daughter, and wife. I will be out to the Stovebolt Camp this A.M. Can't wait to see everyone. Hope you guys weren't up too late and hung all over. It should be a marvelous day ahead. I've got a bunch of goodies from my Advance Auto Parts store for you'all! V/r, Nick Cavallaro, Bel Air, Maryland

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Had a great time seeing old friends and meeting a couple new ones. Thanks as always to Billy for the hard work and hospitality. It's always a good time with fellow bolters, but it's never the same when you're missing John and Sweet. I hope everyone has a safe trip home and hopefully the main contingent of the ODSS can make it to the next event.

Take care,

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Saw a lot of nice trucks today. But joining that line of great "Stovebolts" was the highlight of the day. Thanks for the warm welcome. Enjoyed meeting all of you.

Doug Robertson

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