First of all thanks to all who came to the first Mississippi GTG, it was a beautiful day with good people, good conversation and food, it doesn't get any better than that. Thanks everyone for what you brought. Hopefully the next GTG will be bigger and have more members. Here's a list in no particular order, Johnny (Tangi Cowboy) came up from Lousiana, Marc (marcsmithracing), David (Scndsin) and his wife Terri, Phillip (sign_man), Mitch (Mitchissippi) and myself Barry ( BarryMc) and my wife Lamenda, my mother Ginny and two ford truck friends not in the chapter, Hollis and Mark. .
Tangi Cowboy's PSD
My friend Hollis's PSD with and old plymoth
my friend Mark's Ranger
a wreck That Mitchissippi picked up for parts on the way to the GTG
My 65 f100 Ranger and Marcs truck
Hey Folks, I enjoyed my trip up to Byram Yesterday, had a great time, and really appreciated the hospitality, I enjoyed meeting everyone, and plan on putting something together down in Kentwood, probably in June. Thanks Again
Thanks for having us Barry! I had a ball! Fine folks. Good cookin'. And the location made me feel right at home. I'm glad I got to put a face with the names.
Phil's a little more used to it than I am - but I was a little road weary. I left out from home at 3:44 in the a of m (as Archie Bunker would put it) and had about 450 miles on my donkey by the time we hit the shindig. It was a long day - but a FUN day! I look forward to doing it again.
like everyone else said thats for having us barry had a great time.... since there's a few of us in such a close area... we could have somthing like this every so offten.... get together put in a helping had on sombody's project.... i'm sure we all could use a hand every now and again.
I sure am sorry that I missed the G2G. The bosses had made plans that could not be changed and I didn't feel that we could leave our commercial accounts without coverage. Maybe we could get together down here in October during the next cruising the coast.
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...I was a little road weary. I left out from home at 3:44 in the a of m (as Archie Bunker would put it) and had about 450 miles on my donkey by the time we hit the shindig. It was a long day - but a FUN day! I look forward to doing it again...
Glad to hear you made it back home & didn't wind up locked inside & on the side of the road in your GMC version of "Christine"....
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