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    Mine is an old screen name/email from high school. I loved soccer and I was #8. Don't have a real trail name yet. Right now people just call me futbol.

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    Mine is pretty straightfoward... My name is Sunshine and everyone in my family has always called me Sunny. Who needs a trail or camp name when your real name is Sunshine? It was destined from birth for me to congregate around the campfire.

    Sunny
    "Mother Gue", I says "the Rocky Mountains is the marrow of the world," and by God, I was right. Keep your nose in the wind and your eye along the skyline.

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    I take a lot of pills/capsules to stay alive-without them I'm dead.
    I stock them up and squirrel them everywhere.

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    Mine is my middle name which is in Hawaiian and it means "the one who seeks righteousness"

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    Quote Originally Posted by REV View Post
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    I used to be a youth minister (for those of you whove seen me, stop laughing...) and am ordained, but I am not your typical "father" type and and very liberal minded. I still do certain services (weddings, funerals, etc) for those that know me. My business cards used to have listed "Weddings, funerals, last rights, small engine repair, landscaping" just for fun...haha.

    and im a biker, so i REV the bike up...haha.


    Hey Rev, Love the hearse...Plenty of room for a hammock in that sucker I'll bet...A buddy of mine used to take the wife and kids camping in one of those and loved the looks he'd get when pulling into a state park...Hard on the gas tho....
    If a woman doesn't find you handsome, she should at least find you handy...Red Green

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    Several years ago an insurance company up here in Seattle had these ironic TV ads, and one was a guy who always carried a blue tarp to fly in the rain. The tag line was something about making your own blue skies.

    My kids always laughed and said that was me. Any time we'd be car camping I'd always fly some of those blue tarps. Ya know it rains up here sometimes ...

    A couple of years ago I asked Brian at OES to make me a custom "Really Blue" MatCat, and when I started taking that out with my camping / hanging buddies they started calling me Mr Blue Skies. I dropped the mister.
    I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. -HDT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy Chester View Post
    Hey Rev, Love the hearse...Plenty of room for a hammock in that sucker I'll bet...A buddy of mine used to take the wife and kids camping in one of those and loved the looks he'd get when pulling into a state park...Hard on the gas tho....
    that one had airbags (if you look, youll see its leaning to the side im on.). had white leopard interior, police strobes and 2 15" subs with 3k watts of power...fun times.

    my other hearse was a 1970 ambulance/combi with a 500ci motor....THAT sucked on gas...


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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxwT5ApEHi0


    Blaze Away

    We'll make a bonfire of our troubles and we'll watch them blaze away
    
and when they've all gone up in smoke clouds,
    
we'll never worry should they come another day

    and as the bonfire keeps on burning,
    
happy days will be returning,

    while the band keeps playing

    we'll let our troubles blaze away 
 


    Here we are, there's work to do,
    
and don't let troubles trouble you.
    
Bring them along and we'll burn them up, 

    bring them along and we'll burn them up ha ha, ha hey


    Start and throw them right into the fire

    Watch the flames go higher and higher
    
Blazing away, blazing away, oh, come along bring your worries round today.


    We'll make a bonfire of our troubles and we'll watch them blaze away
    
and when they've all gone up in smoke clouds, 

    we'll never worry should they come another day
    
and as the bonfire keeps on burning, 

    happy days will be returning, 

    while the band is playing
    
we'll let our troubles blaze away.





    Definition of blaze away:

    1) perform brilliantly and rapidly.

    2) shoot rapidly and repeatedly; "He blazed away at the men."

    3) speak with fire and passion.


    Apart from the above mentioned, it was the name of my first sailboat that brought me safe from Denmark to Hawaii in the years 1981 - 1983. Thus in honoring that little ship (19 foot) I took BlazeAway as my trail name.

    I have since found out that the markers on a trail is called a blaze.
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    Blazeaway---while your spilling the secrets, tell us about your avatar please. Is it the family crest? Do you live in one of the giant castles in Denmark...possibly you are king of the Danes and you like haning (pun intended) with the little people because of boredom in the castle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    Blazeaway---while your spilling the secrets, tell us about your avatar please. Is it the family crest? Do you live in one of the giant castles in Denmark...possibly you are king of the Danes and you like haning (pun intended) with the little people because of boredom in the castle?



    That is a tough one.
    Here is the short answer.

    http://www.thelostword.dk/

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