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Old 10-02-2008, 06:47 AM
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Hey everyone, guess I'm a little late getting here to see what all the excitement is about.

Name is Dave, I've been working with about anything you can think of with the blue oval on it since I was a kid. Own an F250 Diesel that I have been keeping in shape over the past few years.

Glad to see we finally have a state chapter up, about time!
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Hey everyone, guess I'm a little late getting here to see what all the excitement is about.

Name is Dave, I've been working with about anything you can think of with the blue oval on it since I was a kid. Own an F250 Diesel that I have been keeping in shape over the past few years.

Glad to see we finally have a state chapter up, about time!
Welcome Dave. Check in often and post up. Try to keep things lively here.

I had a 91 F350 as a work truck years ago. They still have it. Its a darn good truck.
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Wow. I'm sure that was a load of fun!

My wife and I just moved to Bruce two weeks ago, and moved from the KC area to Brookings in January. So we don't know any of this "ancient" history.
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Boy, you are in for a change alright... Been fairly mild weatherwise for a few years, but it doesn't always be so nice about it... The attitudes will be considerably different than you are used to from KC...
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Wow. I'm sure that was a load of fun!

My wife and I just moved to Bruce two weeks ago, and moved from the KC area to Brookings in January. So we don't know any of this "ancient" history.
Hobo days will be fun, I guess.
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Heh, yeah it's deffinately an adjustment! We got here last January in 15degree sunshine and people kept exclaiming what GREAT WEATHER we had for moving in. I didn't think it was bad, but hey, it was cold. 15 is close to as cold as it gets in KC. Then a week later it was -25! We pretty much just holed up in our apartment until May. The few times we did get out we never saw anyone, so I figured they were just holed up too!

So far as attitudes go, they're different, but there are pro's and con's. I grew up in small town Oregon, so some of it is nice to get back to instead of being in a major Metro area.
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Hey everyone, guess I'm a little late getting here to see what all the excitement is about.

Name is Dave, I've been working with about anything you can think of with the blue oval on it since I was a kid. Own an F250 Diesel that I have been keeping in shape over the past few years.

Glad to see we finally have a state chapter up, about time!
Hey Dave, where are you from/at?
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yeah i just got back from there and it was fun for my fist time. The game was great even tho they lost in tripple OT. I then walked around campus tonight and got to see the UPD lay out a girl that was running from them. that something you dont get to see to often.
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yeah i just got back from there and it was fun for my fist time. The game was great even tho they lost in tripple OT. I then walked around campus tonight and got to see the UPD lay out a girl that was running from them. that something you dont get to see to often.
I hope that wasn't my niece.

Last night coming back from Sioux Falls listened to the Nebraska game on the satellite radio. Was not good.
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I am Rob from Kyle SD. Off the beaten path but kind of a hot spot for mud boggers. My dad was a Ford man and so am I eventhough I only have one now -a 1977 F350 Dually with a 400 and 4 spd. My dream is to: ( win the lottery first and then) make it into my trailer puller. I want to really deck it out with some new technology but make it appear stock. It is great to have a SD chapter.
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I am Rob from Kyle SD. Off the beaten path but kind of a hot spot for mud boggers. My dad was a Ford man and so am I eventhough I only have one now -a 1977 F350 Dually with a 400 and 4 spd. My dream is to: ( win the lottery first and then) make it into my trailer puller. I want to really deck it out with some new technology but make it appear stock. It is great to have a SD chapter.
Welcome Rob. I haven't been down to the Kyle area in quite a while. The 77 with a 400 sounds like a sweet pickup.
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Off the beaten path but kind of a hot spot for mud boggers.

Its nice to know theres another West River guy now. I havent been to Kyle for a race before. I have raced in Midland, White River, Murdo and Gregory. Its a good time going to the races. Yeah your 77 sounds pretty cool. We got something simialr at are ranch, a 78 F350 400 4speed Supercab with a flatbed.
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I am a westriver guy at heart. I grew up south of Rapid. I am glad I am right on the river.
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I am a westriver guy at heart. I grew up south of Rapid. I am glad I am right on the river.
Sorry. I guess im just use to calling pierre east river from sports. Well i guess im in the same boat your in. Being raised in west river and now living in east river.
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Sorry. I guess im just use to calling pierre east river from sports. Well i guess im in the same boat your in. Being raised in west river and now living in east river.
Yeah I would really like to be out on the edge of the hills.

But the nice thing about Pierre being in the middle of the state is I can drive any direction and be anywhere in the state in 3 hours.
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