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    Slowpoke & Proud of It! BRADFORDBENN's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PAULBACH
    Look carefully at the pictures. Has someone abandoned the ears and tail?
    This time I figured it was a formal occassion. (I was representing the Foundation) They are still in use...

    Once I get a few minutes I will get my photos up also...
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    Quote Originally Posted by boxergrrlie
    Well alrighty then!

    It was good to see the grounds and I am really psyched to have the rally in WI next year. As you can see, I didn't take a ton of pictures of the grounds - maybe someone else has some. I am more interested in people.
    I like the pictures of the resturant and the pie. I'm hungry for that pie. What a great combo. I'm trying to talk someone into a blueberry and peach combo too.
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    Tessler,

    It was my stunt double.

    By the way nice work. All I will say for now.
    Pass the mustard and UP THE REVOLUTION!

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    It was great to meet some new faces, see some old ones, and get to visit the 2007 rally site last weekend! I had a great time!

    The pie was terrific...

    Dinner and drinks with the hangabouts was great too
    John A. Brown - Kalamazoo MI
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    Here is VP Deb Lower discussing something while itching



    A basic idea of what we would looked like milling about the lobby.



    KBasa abnd Beer Team figure out how much beer we are going to need... ALOT!




    Dinner Time after the board meeting



    Brian Mienke making a toast...



    M1Ka, Chis Hughes, Jonathan Gifford, Mandy.. and others.



    Courtesy of Chasman I now know what Tuaca is



    A bunch of motorcyclists standing in front of the pavilion in the cold





    BoxerGrrrrrrrrrrlie and Hodag!



    Bier Garden



    Hodag and Kbasa exchange powers



    Coffee area, Sue leading the way looking for coffee, I think she is a lot early



    Future home of Camp GEARS




    Sorry this building name just cracked me up...




    The interior of the Beer Garden... hopefully the "used" straw will be gone...


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    Thanks for the photos. Looks like a nice fairgrounds. I like clean.
    Clean Jack
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    site tour

    It's nice to be able to connect some faces to the usernames.

    Rinty

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjack
    Thanks for the photos. Looks like a nice fairgrounds. I like clean.
    Clean Jack
    Yeah... it's very nice... but it needs trees (note: I did NOT say MORE trees). As Magilla pointed out, anyone seeking air conditioning for relief can take a 30 mile trip due East to Lake Michigan and find relief with cooler breezes
    John A. Brown - Kalamazoo MI
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    Quote Originally Posted by wmubrown
    Yeah... it's very nice... but it needs trees (note: I did NOT say MORE trees). As Magilla pointed out, anyone seeking air conditioning for relief can take a 30 mile trip due East to Lake Michigan and find relief with cooler breezes
    Hopefully there's a tree at our motel...heh.
    BMWMotorcycles, fun when they're running...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wmubrown
    Yeah... it's very nice... but it needs trees (note: I did NOT say MORE trees). As Magilla pointed out, anyone seeking air conditioning for relief can take a 30 mile trip due East to Lake Michigan and find relief with cooler breezes
    But seriously, the Dinks first rally ground had no trees and a great time was had by all in the month of August. I still miss that site. We did have a large building with a great breeze flowing thru it. And lots of green grass.
    BMWMotorcycles, fun when they're running...
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    Jack Hawley MOA and RA #224, KE9UW ("Chuck")

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