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Old 03-07-2010, 12:33 PM
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this place is dead...

i was glad to see my general BS thread idea took off and other chapters are using it..

anyway, I did spot one chapter that had less activity.. Indiana..


Later peeps.. still got my ambi, its still as fun as ever to drive too.

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well hello nc from md. I'm still going to be moveing down there this summer, so look out. after all the snow we got this year up here, I will be looking forward to a simpler winter life
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where at in NC will you be moving?

biggest snow i had this year was 8 inches or so.. you gotta watch the idiots on the roads who think they can still drive 60 though.... they are the ones that'll get ya.. happens about once every 8 to 10 years or so..



Welcome to NC.. as far as this chapter is concerned though... not much hope for it.. lol
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Welcome to NC.. as far as this chapter is concerned though... not much hope for it.. lol
Lets keep trying.
Maybe we can breath some life into it.
The get together will help. It's different when you meet people that you have talked with on here.
I met Scott(06silvercrew) at the truck pull last year and now I have a face with the name. Mako314 was there also but was on the other side of the track, but I didn't know that till the next day so we didn't get to meet.
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where at in NC will you be moving?

biggest snow i had this year was 8 inches or so.. you gotta watch the idiots on the roads who think they can still drive 60 though.... they are the ones that'll get ya.. happens about once every 8 to 10 years or so..



Welcome to NC.. as far as this chapter is concerned though... not much hope for it.. lol
we bought property in lumberton, really looking forward to liveing there. we got 70" total from 3 storms all in a 2 week period, I drive a snow plow for the state, so I got to see every minute of it. was home 3 times in 2 weeks to shower, and go back out. yes, I now hate snow.
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Im still here! I check this forum daily but not much activity.
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Went to the truck pull in BigLick last Oct. Had a room in a Days Inn (can't remember the town old age is setting in) mid way between BigLick an Rockingham so I could go to Biglick fri.and rockingham sat& sun. The number of trucks was so low that the truck pull was over a little after 9:00. People were really pissed.
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yeah, I guess if I made a road trip, motel stay, and paid to get in, and the show was over at 9:30, I would be bent out of shape.
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Went to the truck pull in BigLick last Oct. Had a room in a Days Inn (can't remember the town old age is setting in) mid way between BigLick an Rockingham so I could go to Biglick fri.and rockingham sat& sun. The number of trucks was so low that the truck pull was over a little after 9:00. People were really pissed.

is that rockingham county, or the city of rockingham?
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It's in Richmond County, across the road from Rockingham Speedway.
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oh, ok.
Im new to the area down here. Fresh in from Roanoke, va.
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Welcome to NC. We spent 4 hrs. in Va yesterday at MotorMile waiting out the rain before they called the race at 7:00.
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thanks.
the motormile aint too far from home. Maybe 15-20 miles.
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