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Old 01-11-2010, 09:47 PM
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Yes there it is. Gonna have a GTG in London. It is in another thread as well I just thought this may stir some interest.

Here is the other thread:
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/91...ohio-guys.html

Also we are having a big GTG in Knoxville, Tn. on the 23rd of January with lots of vendors and give aways. You guys are definately Welcome. The bigger the better!

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http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/91...n-january.html

I am just trying to stir some interest guys, are you interested?


Hey, freebies and comraderie at the same time, Not to mention the food! Sounds like a good time to me. I hope you guys think so. Let me know.

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I can't do the 23rd, but will be there on the 6th. Was actually in Knoxville yesterday for a job. It wasn't much warmer there, than it was here.
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Hey guys just talked to Neal. Attendance would be low tomorrow due to weather, and we are going to have to postpone. Neal said he'd be on short.
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Thought so. we're suppose to get about 4" here.
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GTG has been cancelled due to weather. We will reschedule at a later date.
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Sorry to hear this Guys. MAybe another meet can be arranged shortly... NEal have any ideas?
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Ok I am ready for this meet. I have the beast back on the road. Seems it is just a day late for playing in the snow though.
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We didn't get that much at all. My guess is that it warmed up overnight and melted some of it. You could see along the road where a scraper had been by last night, but there wasn't but maybe an inch on the ground at 7:30 this morning. A couple inches fell later this morning. That was it.

Glad you got your truck back on the road Buck. Hope this tranny lasts longer.
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They would only give 30 days this time lol. We got about 3-4 inches here. The roads were real crappy this morning going to petersburg. It took me about 1 1/2 to get up there to work on the truck. They seems to have gotten about better than 4-5 there. I had to sweep it off my truck before we took it in to the garage so as not to have a big wet mess.
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