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  1. #111
    Senior Member stairguy's Avatar
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    Bringing 8 qts. soup mix, 9 lb. minute oats(100 servings). Chocolate truffles and cigars.
    " Wiggs "

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    It looks like I am in for sure for Thursday and Friday night. I plan on leaving Woodbury about 3pm so I should be there about 5pm. Is there a certain site or area that we'll be hanging?
    I'm working on my DIY top quilt and hopefully it'll be done by then! So far, its not that pretty and most of my lines aren't too straight I've got 20 ounces of down so at least it should be warm. I guess I should have watched Fronkey a little closer when he was helping me with the UQ. I'm excited for another hang with everyone.

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    I am in for the Warm, I mean Frozen butt hang! I work on Fri., so I plan to shoot up right after work. Count me in Fri./Sat.
    Just when I thought you couldn't possibly be any dumber, you go and do something like this... and totally redeem yourself!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Refreshing View Post
    Who needs winter gear when you can rely on global warming to keep you toasty at night?
    Refreshing
    It's not the warm temps, or even global warming, that concerns me

    It's all the methane generators standing around a campfire

    Warm and toasty is fine, but scorched, and toasted, not so much
    Life's A Journey
    It's not to arrive safely at the grave in a well preserved body,
    But rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting,
    Woo Hoo!....What a Ride!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZBrown View Post
    It's not the warm temps, or even global warming, that concerns me

    It's all the methane generators standing around a campfire

    Warm and toasty is fine, but scorched, and toasted, not so much
    Just make sure you approach people from the front and never be the last person in line on a hike
    MT

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    No Beans in the stew, or none will survive

  7. #117
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    looks like the winter has arrived down south a bit. 3" of snow and temps in the single digits and winds at 25-30 mph in St.Louis. I am still trying to fly home from Chicago O'Hare where it has been snowing 1" per hour since noon. 350 cancelled flights so far! mine is still a go, keeping my fingers crossed. Got to get home to pack for the Kansas Hang starting tomorrow night.
    "nature speaks in the silence between words"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skygzr View Post
    looks like the winter has arrived down south a bit. 3" of snow and temps in the single digits and winds at 25-30 mph in St.Louis. I am still trying to fly home from Chicago O'Hare where it has been snowing 1" per hour since noon. 350 cancelled flights so far! mine is still a go, keeping my fingers crossed. Got to get home to pack for the Kansas Hang starting tomorrow night.
    Hope you make it home safe and fast dude.

    Have a blast at the Kansas hang and looking forward to your trip report.

    See you next week!

    Fronkey

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    Well, looks like you guys will get your cold. It doesn't look to be as cold as it could have been, but still chilly.
    If your lucky enough to be outdoors, your lucky enough!


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    ...t'ink dere will be any snow on de groun'?
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