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Old 05-03-2007, 03:32 PM
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What is evreyone up to..

Okay gang, seeing that spring has finally blessed us with its presence here in our neck of the woods, what has everyone been up lately ????

I have been busy with personal and fire department obligations and trying to get things finished up with my interior repair work from the water damage that I had this spring. Hopefully that will be finished by the end of the month.
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Hi Tiny, I'm getting ready to head north in a few weeks. Have a couple of P/U beds on the trailer (a 94 and a 79 - both 8' with gates) Trying to figure out how to get my backhoe up also in one trip (600 miles). With the price of gas I can't afford two trips. Probably leave the 79 bed down here and bring the truck down to VA.
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Old 05-05-2007, 05:55 AM
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I'm still getting mud off my rig from a big muddy hill climb at Sporty's Iron Horse Saloon in Minerva. Great time. Next year I'll try to remember to post it up here before the event. It's open to anyone.
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Some winch training tommorow with the new guys in the club. Maybe a little time in 4wd too. Plenty of day trips coming up.
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Ken you suck!!! You know I am without a wheeling rig and posting pictures like that just make me want to make me cry. The extent of my wheeling has been wheeling a wheelbarrow around the yard for mulch and dirt. Oh well, I am glad you had fun at my expense. You better post up your next events so if anyone who wants to attend they can. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Hey, is that one truck setup with Mattracks in the second picture?
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Sitting in my chair in front of the stupid computer looking at some one else's pics of a great mud day . Can anyone say envious. Oh well, I'll just count the Fords in the pictures. Good shots anyway
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Ken, that looks like it was a blast for everyone that attended. One of the local fire departments here has a spring and fall 'Bog and Grog' fundraiser. From what I hear, you are doing very well if you don't get stuck!!!
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Tiny - do you have dates, times, and location on the Bog and Grogs that you are talking about? Possibly others would like to attend.
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Ken you suck!!! You know I am without a wheeling rig and posting pictures like that just make me want to make me cry. The extent of my wheeling has been wheeling a wheelbarrow around the yard for mulch and dirt. Oh well, I am glad you had fun at my expense. You better post up your next events so if anyone who wants to attend they can. Glad you enjoyed yourself. Hey, is that one truck setup with Mattracks in the second picture?
If you lived a little closer I could probably have you out every other week with out a rig! Half the time my shotty seat is empty. Plus the guys I go with have empty seats all the time.
Yep that's a set of tracks you see. It got soupy enough by mid-day that even he got stuck. They had to send the dozer in to push him up the hill.
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Tiny - do you have dates, times, and location on the Bog and Grogs that you are talking about? Possibly others would like to attend.
Oooopppps!!! Sorry about that Ronin.

The 'Bog and Grog' will be held on Sunday May 20 from noon until 5 p.m. at the Wallington Fire Department located at 7863 Ridge Road in the Town Of Sodus, NY (They are located just east of North Geneva Road and NYS Route 104)
Costs are as follows: Participants $6 per person and Spectators $6 per person and children under 12 are free. According to their ad in the local paper, they will be having 50/50 raffle, pull tabs, hamburgs, hot dogs, suasages, salt potaoes and beverages avaialble.

For more information: email wallfire@aol.com or call (315) 483-2185
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If you lived a little closer I could probably have you out every other week with out a rig! Half the time my shotty seat is empty. Plus the guys I go with have empty seats all the time.
Yep that's a set of tracks you see. It got soupy enough by mid-day that even he got stuck. They had to send the dozer in to push him up the hill.
Ken you know I would be all over that if I was closer to you. I love wheeling. Of course it is more enjoyable when you are doing the driving yourself!! Well I am trying to balance to cost of my current vehicle and house maintenance costs against purchasing a wheeling rig. I am hoping I can swing all of it this year, but if not I might have to put off my wheeling rig for next year.

Tiny thanks for posting up the info. I think I will make a separate post on it to see if others are interested in attending.
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