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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Jack Daniel, Oct 27, 2008.
+ 1 on a " Welcome Back Alan " campout at The Scrub!!!
We missed ya, Alan !!!!
Haven't had these in a while... :dg
Did those last week. Learned to never send Daughter in Law to the market on my dime; She dropped $70 on shrimp, Scallops, peppers and Scallions for 4 adults and a 3yr old.
I ate leftover kabobs for lunch for 3 days.:huh
Kabobs look pretty good
Congrats on the paddleboarding
HoJo told me this WE that my cousin has opened some sort of paddleboard business, apparently renting them here at the local beach
Got your PM Jeff in re: to looking for equipment, will call
My Dad's had another stroke and is back in rehab so it doesn't look like I'll be going anywhere soon
Sure would like a WE at The Scrub though
Actually these upcoming weeks while Pops is being takin' care of would probably be best
Right now none of my three renters are paying
Went by my office yesterday and the place looks deserted
Sob story from one renter and the other is just waiting for me to take the house back
Will need complete rehab itself upon return
Suddenly 90 days of church seems like a dream vacation...
Sorry to hear about your dad, let me know if I can help in any way. We need to get together and catch up.
Sorry to hear about your Pop Alan.
Sorry to hear about you're Pops.
You should have the Scrub gang visit the deadbeats. 20 tents set on the yard might give em a hint about moving out.
Welcome back!!! Missed ya.
+1!! We can give the deadbeats a real ADV sendoff...
Fired up the red wing yesterday. Sure needed it. Can tell low speed jets needed clearing out. Some hi-test and some miles seems to have helped
Prolly need to replenish what alcohol has evaporated from the water in the tank
I didn't know that red wings had carbs. I thought they were boots.
Alan, I was out looking for another way across the New river today and found myself here. It has eroded some, almost enough to temp me into believing I could survive the trip up on the GS.
The trip down would be no problem but the bottom was a little soft just before the water edge ... of course the other side going up the bank may have had a serious changes.
Upstream a hundred plus yards I probably could have crossed today. Another day drying or so of would better, if I tried and failed it would have been one long walk.
or this little guy may have had a chance to develop a taste for stupid
Do you still have the 650?
Nice pics Scott! the 690 would have eaten that stuff up with a real rider
And you're right, it's eroded quite a bit since we were there together
But remember, I rode up the tree root ramp there at the far end. The actual drop off was near vertical at that time. And like you said, way too far away from town to fook up.
Little did I know then that in just a short while I'd be riding beyotch anyway, and that was one extremely long ride on the back of your GS
Didn't realize at the time that my shutter wasn't opening
Took the bike in for a check-up and there were three broken spokes on the rear wheel.
Must have been from riding it off that drop
Was about 60 pounds heavier back then as you know :slurp
Welcome back Alan!
Damn... Alan waits till I moved away to come back.
Hmmm... Wonder if he was trying to tell me something. :huh
Did you move by yourself?
Just stays too freakin' cold for too freakin' long
And all those twisties, can't seem to get anywhere
Yeah, I had been wanting to move up here for a couple of years now, but always had commitments in Tampa keeping me from doing it.
Had a rally up here 6 weeks ago, and sent out some online applications to some of the hospitals here ahead of time, and lined up a couple of interviews while I was up here anyway, resulting in a couple of job offers.
Spent a week or so thinking about it and then decided to go for it.
Finished with the move this week.