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Old 03-31-2016, 07:46 AM   #61
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My buddy usually stays in his kennel for 8 or more hour days now so that would not be a problem.

Maybe someone want to trade off some dog sitting. We could swap days. I have other reasons I cannot go out every day so that would not be a problem for me.

PM me if you might be interested anyone?
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Old 03-31-2016, 04:43 PM   #62
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EXPLOSIVES....no wonder the campfire at Amana just "seemed to appear" when I turned around to grab a longneck. And you said those booms were hunters in the nearby woods! Park me on the other side of the campground next time.
That was all TURBS and Mike's (NoHandle) doing. They are kindred spirits in thinking that more fire is always better than less fire.

I'd bet 600 lbs of firewood was consumed that weekend in that one fire pit alone. That steady 40 MPH wind blast helped. It amazed me that despite having a 5 foot high pile of wood merrily burning away all night, by morning there was literally nothing left but about 2 inches of an exceeding fine gray ash.



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Old 03-31-2016, 05:24 PM   #63
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That was all TURBS and Mike's (NoHandle) doing. They are kindred spirits in thinking that more fire is always better than less fire.

I'd bet 600 lbs of firewood was consumed that weekend in that one fire pit alone. That steady 40 MPH wind blast helped. It amazed me that despite having a 5 foot high pile of wood merrily burning away all night, by morning there was literally nothing left but about 2 inches of an exceeding fine gray ash.



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Old 04-01-2016, 08:08 AM   #64
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It is listed on the frog site! $475 for two adults, $350 for one adult.
I have been accused of not being an adult ...... do I get in for $350 ...
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Old 04-08-2016, 12:17 AM   #65
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Question help for tours for goshen rally

so new on the forums and just pd and registered for rally in Goshen 2016 how do I find site with info for tours thanks for any help
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so new on the forums and just pd and registered for rally in Goshen 2016 how do I find site with info for tours thanks for any help
Not 100% but heard all tours are booked except #1 tour. Which is the stitchen tour. But double check by going back thru the registration process and click on tours. Good Luck
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Old 04-09-2016, 12:28 PM   #67
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You do not have to re-register, just go to this website:
https://www.frogrally.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=114
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I have been accused of not being an adult ...... do I get in for $350 ...
I wish I was still in Vermont Mo and I grew up in Winooski and Underhill hope we can run into u at the Goshen rally first time we be going
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