I suspect that some of the leaders of the GTG process got tired of being a leader. Perhaps they needed a few more helpers and not quite as many participants to support.
As for myself, I found that the company of the fine members of the OAMKT gtg was a good thing to enjoy, but attendance conflicted considerably with my families plans. Besides, I'm just not that much into rebuilding and racing saws. It's too much like taking work home with you.
I have been reading the thread occasionally, but not posting; a critically important behavior if you just don't have anything useful to say.
You can come over but you must host a charity cut or GTG.
Yeah it was in jasper at dans place. You did a topping demo and lost part of your gear in thr fallen limbs. I found itIf'n there was a GTG at my place, there wouldn't even be room on the lawn to park all the saws, much less all the lawn chairs. Y'all would have to walk a couple hundred yards just to get all the trucks parked on the street.
I only went to one event anyway. Had a good time, but i'm not much of a chainsaw racer. I'm a chainsaw user, and not so much for fun, but to make a living. I really liked the company, though.
I don't recall that you were there? GTG down in Arkansas?
Yeah it was in jasper at dans place. You did a topping demo and lost part of your gear in thr fallen limbs. I found it