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Old 03-11-2013, 07:18 PM   #2341
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Coleman lantern - check.
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Small EZ up - check
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:24 PM   #2342
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thursday fund raising dinner

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Needed items for the cooks!

1. Laterns for the cooking area. Between Devil Cat and I, we will have 5 propane tanks. At least three will be used for grills, This would leave two for lanterns. I have one "old" tower that I will bring. My lantern is DOA, if you folks have any ideas offer them up.

2. Thursday I will be rolling in with the grills, coolers, etc. I will need a hand moving and setting up the heavy stuff. I am still restricted from lifting any significant weight. 22oz beers are OK, I checked. So if a big guy in a cowboy hat asks for a hand, please take a minute and help me setup. I have help dialed in for cooking. Thanks in advance. Those that know me know I hate having to ask, but I do need the help.




Joel, Who is cooking Friday/Saturday? Have them PM me so that when we are getting the grills setup we can make it easy for all of us.


people, please volunteer to help bob. he's doing us a big favor, likewise we are supporting the Stewards of the Sequoias. a small part of your dinner fee will go to SOS. we will also have a jar if you like to contribute additonal $. bob is not fit to ride (unsafe at any speed on 2 wheels), but still coming in and do his share.


bob, if we get to serve dinner by 6pm, we got sunlight on our side.

drinks are not included, but someone wants to help, bring cold ones, sell them and the profit goes in the collection jar.

friday dinner will be me and few volunteers. thinking of 6PM after the jimmy lewis demo class.

saturday, i decided to bring in a caterer. this way all the volunteers can take a break and enjoy the festivity.

bring your own fork, spoon, knife and cup.

i will bring the community honda generator.

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Old 03-11-2013, 07:28 PM   #2343
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wow. you're killing us bill.....

thank you.

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Mr. Jim Lubin from www.Vehicle-Systems.com has donated two pairs of his


TailGate Latch bars!



Tailgate Latch Bars hold truck tailgates at a 30 angle, creating clearance for motorcycles to be put in parallel to the bed, rather than sideways.

Tailgate remains at an upright angle, so bed cargo can't slide out
Installs and removes in less than 30 seconds
No tools or modifications required
Anodized 6063-T651 and stainless steel construction for all weather durability
A simple, low cost alternative to expensive bed extenders
Available for Chevy/GM, Dodge Ram and Dakota, Toyota Tundra, and Ford full sized trucks
Patent pending Tailgate Latch Bars are made in USA


I've been using these on my Tundra for about 8 years. They work GREAT!



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Old 03-11-2013, 07:49 PM   #2344
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$4400 Vet bill ..... OUCH !!!!!! I hope it ll worked out for the best.

You are welcome to tuck your trailer into my RV spot (space # 1) as long as there is room after I pull my rig in. Space # 1 looks real big on Google Maps, much larger then on the PS Resort satellite photo.

I may bring (if my buddy who's coming along agrees) the smallest of my three dogs (he's a 10 pounder) but only because I am riding a sidecar rig and will take him with out with me. I wouldn't be comfortable leaving him in the camper even with the A/C running because of the chance (slim though it may be) that I might get hurt out there and end up in a hospital.

You have to ultimately decide whether or not to bring them.

Remember, everybody on the internet has an opinion and you know what they say about opinions ....
Thanks! I didn't think about bringing the pups and then getting injured....that puts a whole new spin on it. I talked to my poor Mom a little while ago and begged her to take one of them, my beahuahua Taqui (he's half beagle and half chihuahua). My incorrigible corgi, Winnie, has worn out her welcome there.

If I could squish into your space that would be great, is there somebody out there who knows if there is enough room?
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Old 03-11-2013, 07:52 PM   #2345
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This is why I always love hanging out with ADVers. Plenty of help here and PMs offering help. I was thinking of starting the set up at 3pm-ISH. I want to have the Chili on by 4 so that it can get heated all the way through.

The lanterns will be helpful as will the extra "T". I know that we have sunlight until 6ish, but it always seems that cooking runs late.




From past experience if you bring hardware, make sure your name is on it. That way when we are packing stuff up we know who it belongs to. This includes chairs, grills, tables, etc!
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:10 PM   #2346
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Mr. Jim Lubin from www.Vehicle-Systems.com has donated two pairs of his


TailGate Latch bars!



Tailgate Latch Bars hold truck tailgates at a 30 angle, creating clearance for motorcycles to be put in parallel to the bed, rather than sideways.

Tailgate remains at an upright angle, so bed cargo can't slide out
Installs and removes in less than 30 seconds
No tools or modifications required
Anodized 6063-T651 and stainless steel construction for all weather durability
A simple, low cost alternative to expensive bed extenders
Available for Chevy/GM, Dodge Ram and Dakota, Toyota Tundra, and Ford full sized trucks
Patent pending Tailgate Latch Bars are made in USA


I've been using these on my Tundra for about 8 years. They work GREAT!



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Great Idea, just bought a set. My TG cables are ready to break from doing it the old fashioned way.
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:41 PM   #2347
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This is why I always love hanging out with ADVers. Plenty of help here and PMs offering help. I was thinking of starting the set up at 3pm-ISH. I want to have the Chili on by 4 so that it can get heated all the way through.

The lanterns will be helpful as will the extra "T". I know that we have sunlight until 6ish, but it always seems that cooking runs late.




From past experience if you bring hardware, make sure your name is on it. That way when we are packing stuff up we know who it belongs to. This includes chairs, grills, tables, etc!

bob, happy to hold a 22 or a 40 for ya. can't guarantee it wont be empty when i hand it back however.

tim and i will be more than happy to help
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Old 03-11-2013, 08:46 PM   #2348
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This is why I always love hanging out with ADVers. Plenty of help here and PMs offering help. I was thinking of starting the set up at 3pm-ISH. I want to have the Chili on by 4 so that it can get heated all the way through.

The lanterns will be helpful as will the extra "T". I know that we have sunlight until 6ish, but it always seems that cooking runs late.




From past experience if you bring hardware, make sure your name is on it. That way when we are packing stuff up we know who it belongs to. This includes chairs, grills, tables, etc!



I won't be there at 3 to help, (Lookout Sunset Ride) but if you need help getting the stuff loaded before we go I could swing by, I believe we close to each other... PM if I can help.
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:18 PM   #2349
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COMMEMORATIVE TEES ARE HERE

if you want to purchase tees.....please click HERE.
WooHoo, I've got mine ordered. Hopefully it has stretchy panels in the front for my belly.
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:30 PM   #2350
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I think the bigger problem is that it will mate with other rocks... then the whole damn place will be covered with rocks.
LMFAO, brilliant!
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:41 PM   #2351
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I think the bigger problem is that it will mate with other rocks... then the whole damn place will be covered with rocks.
Be gneiss to rocks. They don't like it when you talk schist about them.
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:02 PM   #2352
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WooHoo, I've got mine ordered. Hopefully it has stretchy panels in the front for my belly.


thanks ratchet...


IF YOU GUYS MISSED IT, IT'S ON POST #2 AND HERE


NICE LOOKING TEES, AND THE KEY BAK, SAME STUFF I HAVE FOR OVER 2 YEARS AND SAW A LOT OF USE. CAMERA STAYED WITH ME.


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Old 03-11-2013, 10:03 PM   #2353
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Hmmm...I have a wife of...well, 20 years tomorrow. So I completely understand. And she has been laid off for the third time in three years, and our budget is setup for two incomes. Big ones. So we are completely F'd.

Come by space 8 and I'll buy you a drink.
When your done there we will buy a round in spot 63!
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:06 PM   #2354
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Those are friggin cool, hoping to win or trade for these!


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Mr. Jim Lubin from www.Vehicle-Systems.com has donated two pairs of his



TailGate Latch bars!



Tailgate Latch Bars hold truck tailgates at a 30 angle, creating clearance for motorcycles to be put in parallel to the bed, rather than sideways.

Tailgate remains at an upright angle, so bed cargo can't slide out
Installs and removes in less than 30 seconds
No tools or modifications required
Anodized 6063-T651 and stainless steel construction for all weather durability
A simple, low cost alternative to expensive bed extenders
Available for Chevy/GM, Dodge Ram and Dakota, Toyota Tundra, and Ford full sized trucks
Patent pending Tailgate Latch Bars are made in USA


I've been using these on my Tundra for about 8 years. They work GREAT!



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Old 03-11-2013, 10:10 PM   #2355
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Lonestar2112 I carry a propane lantern in the RV. You're welcome to it if needed.
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