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Pacific NW get together

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by bookerdog, Mar 20, 2008.

  1. sILlogger

    sILlogger Addicted to ArboristSite

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    so when is the next PNW gtg?
     
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    Much as I hate to use this phrase, "It is in the planning stage." I will. We're voting on it, I think.
    Need coffee, writing bad.
     
  3. M.R.

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    It got water logged five pages, back. :)
    http://www.arboristsite.com/showthread.php?t=85363



    When the cob webs fade...... How did the 'Used Dog' come by his/her name?
     
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    New dogs come to their homes as 2 month old puppies. Used dogs are older dogs, this guy was 2 and a half years old, and might have a few things wrong with them. I answered a Free To A Good Home ad. I've had some times when I've wondered if he was a total cull, but I was patient and he's an excellent dog now. Very well behaved.
     
  5. Trinity Honoria

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    Because i didn't have enough Snow Experience in the PNW, i am going to Minnesota next week... sigh... tonight the weather is at -2 deg.

    i can't wait... :buttkick:
     
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    They may be short on snow. Tonight saw that the big stimulus bill actually has 2+ million dollars for Minniesoda snow making equipment go figure who would uv thunk it.
     
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    That bill is so full of pork its pathetic. Porkbarreling seems to be the cure all to everything political. I am sure they need more refrigeration up there in Alaska too.

    I want money to find Bigfoot myself. And to investigate where DB Cooper landed. And re-education and training after being laid off 5 years ago. Maybe I will apply for food stamps while I am at it too. :popcorn:
     
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    So where is this Pacific NW get together?
    I would love to come if its in my hood!? Anyone decide where yet?:confused:
     
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    Yah, its been hammered out on another thread. It gonna be over in Sheridan or Willamina in late May.

    Update: at Spotted Owl's place near Willamina the 3rd weekend of May.
     
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  10. Trinity Honoria

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    the thread where specifics are outlined: PNW, GTG, DATES POLL(I hope) ...

    come join us!!! guaranteed to be a great time!!!
     
  11. ricochet

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    PNW Get-To-Gether

    Gentlemen:

    I have been told the gtg dates and location have been set. Can anyone enlighten the site as to when and where?

    Semper Fi: Gary
     
  12. Turbocaster

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    I've lost track of the specifics for the Pacific North West GTG May 16th and 17th. Has a new thread been started?

    I'm planning an attending both days, and I'll bring frozen chicken thighs and breasts for barbecuing.

    Jon
     
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    Hey Jon...

    Look in the Pacific Longbar social group...all the information and directions are there.
     
  14. Haywire Haywood

    Haywire Haywood Fiscal Conservative Social Retard

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    That's why a lot of the more interesting discussions have ceased appearing on the forum... they're hidden in little social groups. Hmmm... I don't think I like it.

    Ian
     
  15. Gologit

    Gologit Completely retired...life is good.

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    Well then, join up! You're a sorta kinda honorary PNW kind of person. Even if you do live on the wrong side of the mountain. :) You going to be there this year?
     
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    Haywire Haywood Fiscal Conservative Social Retard

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    Nope, no got the cash for the trip this time. You guys coming out to the Indiana GTG? ;)

    Ian
     
  17. Gologit

    Gologit Completely retired...life is good.

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    Probably not me. Back East means somewhere around Reno...after that I'd get lost.
     
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    My hands are up to deflect things being thrown.....

    I found the midwest to be boring. Except the Cheesehead people themselves were not. I wish they were closer to go visit. Even flying over the midwest is boring. No volcanoes to use for landmarks. OK, start throwing stuff. :(
     
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    Haywire Haywood Fiscal Conservative Social Retard

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    Define "mid-west"... I always think of that as Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, but that little strip of land can't be "mid-west", it's more "almost east" than "mid-west". If I were wanting to define mid-west, it would be those states between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mts.

    Ian
     
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    Hmm.. sounds like double-speak... it's most certainly mid-west as far as "we" are concerned.
     

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