Just got in from the Memphis terminal, and I believe I will be totally worthless today. Yet: I think BARGOD said PUTFILE.com was a good place to put up some of the MPEGS of the burnout contest that were shot, so I'll see if I can get some of what I have up & online.
The weather for it was perfect! I sunburnt just enough to get evenly done, I think.
Greyhound Lines will have a word or three from me though, I really think they've gone quite a ways downhill.
To all who made it:
HOO RAH! WE DID IT!!!
(Especially the Kansas Chapter - you folks are what a Chapter oughta be!!!)
~More later, I'm going no further than my own shower for right now.
Well Greywolf, I'm glad to see you made it home in one piece. I left the Woodlands around noon and arrived home around midnight. Unpacked the truck and then slept till 11 am.
No doubt we had a perfect weekend as far as weather and all going off without a problem. And I too want to thank the Kansas Chapter, Ken and Peg for all the work and planning they put into giving us a great weekend!
If I do nothing else this year, I'll put together a truck to go to the next one with, even if I have to unload the house mortgage from my back to DO it.
I can always live out of an RV, RV's have possibilities for high performance. Or they will before I get done....
But really, I had a GREAT time, and my only regret is not being able to bring my own truck - regardless of how far along it was in the mod process. TOM taught us all a lesson, he was awesome, wasn't he?
Not to harp on it (much) but to be at the very first FTE rally knowing very well what it is likely to become was to stand on ground where history is being made right in front of all of us.