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Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: 63 C-10 Carolina Fleetside] #1341748 Sun Jan 12 2020 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted by 63 C-10 Carolina Fleetside
Can someone who lives three miles from Independence , VA in North Cackalaki attend?


The group has members from Canada, Australia, Missouri, and many other places. I have never heard of them turning anyone down. I’m trying to attend and bring my truck from TX this year.

Chris

Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341818 Mon Jan 13 2020 12:17 AM
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I do most of my business in VA. I belong to the VFW over there. Diesel is cheaper. Nice place. My wife is from New Zealand, I should get on with the Aussies!

Last edited by 63 C-10 Carolina Fleetside; Mon Jan 13 2020 12:18 AM.

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Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341823 Mon Jan 13 2020 12:51 AM
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As the date gets closer, stay tuned to this forum. We try to put together a convoy of as many folks as we can from points south of the Homecoming location to ride together.

Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341824 Mon Jan 13 2020 12:54 AM
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The LDT (Long Distance Team) has started planning the trip.
Let us know if you need something from Texas, Iowa, Missouri or even from Down Under.

It's too soon to say what will happen, but I plan on being there!
Don

Last edited by 2-Ton; Mon Jan 13 2020 01:03 AM.

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Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341841 Mon Jan 13 2020 01:57 AM
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Some of y’all are misunderstanding the Stovebolt Homecoming.

It is a Stovebolt gathering open to all Stovebolters.
Certainly not limited to any particular group or geographic area.


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Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341865 Mon Jan 13 2020 06:08 AM
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Thanks Grigg for making us all welcome and definitely a weekend that will be memories and friendships are forged just like at Friendship Forrest where it all started have leave pass in


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Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341878 Mon Jan 13 2020 02:25 PM
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Great! I’m planning on taking the 46 halfton on the longest trip it’s seen in decades!

Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341881 Mon Jan 13 2020 02:31 PM
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I hope to have My truck back together in time to attend, at this moment I'm typing with one hand and lifting the motor back into place with the other.


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Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: Grigg] #1341969 Mon Jan 13 2020 09:39 PM
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Heck, my truck is still in pieces, but I might even consider attending sans truck.
It's been ages since I've been in VA. Last time was in 1972, just passing thru between MD and GA when I was working for Uncle Sam and wearing an odd looking suit. It looked to me like that northern line on the map posted, when extended would pass north of me up here in Alaska. wink


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Re: Homecoming 2020 --- Save the Dates [Re: 2-Ton] #1341993 Mon Jan 13 2020 11:08 PM
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If your buddy Tim attends, he'd beat me out on the longest distance traveled, but oh well.
LDT? Got me. ohwell
on edit: LDT - Long Distance Team. Is there a minimum distance requirement? 40 yards? Maybe 100 miles? Further?

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