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    Member Gavin1999's Avatar
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    Gavin means white hawk but Gavin is my real life name.

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    Traverson is a combination of my kids names, Travis, Trevor and Jayson

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    Have to admit, not extremely creative. Last name (Waalkes)...sort of in-line with the sport though

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    How we got "Two Dutch"

    I met my wife about 17 years ago and as we first began dating we started to realize how much the two of us were alike. Pin numbers we both the same, we both love ford mustangs and many of our hobbies were the same too. One day we were discusing nick names we had as childern and we found out that both of us had the nickname "Dutch" at one time hence "Two Dutch".

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    I like to wander around in the southern Appalachians...hence the name

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    HEAD, At work everyone gets a nick name and I have a large cranium, 7 7/8 in hat size. so they call me The Head.

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    REBBAL: It is a mix of my first and last name, but I do things different from most and also can't spell.

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    So two buddies of mine and I were car camping years ago in LBL in Western Kentucky. We had an amazing, remote location on the shore of a beautiful bay. Nobody around for miles. The scenery was perfect, birds were singing, all was well in the universe. Then, these three a-holes came ripping up in a truck and set up camp about a half mile away on another peninsula. Of course they were loud and obnoxious, blasting a radio and slamming a few too many beers. We just sat there and shook our heads, hoping they would leave before nightfall. Well, didn't happen. They stayed up partying till well after dark. Lucky for us, it was pitch black with no moon and cloud cover, an we had kayaks. After they settled down (around midnight) around their campfire, we headed into the lake with our silent kayaks. We creeped over to their camp site, just off shore. At the same time we started making the loudest "whoop" sounds you've ever heard, like wild cranes, or owls, or god knows what. Funniest thing was, as soon as we started makin noise, they kicked out their campfire and got really quiet. Never really understood why. Anyway, ever since that night, we refer to that favorite camp spot of ours, "Whoop!".
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    Quote Originally Posted by whoop! View Post
    So two buddies of mine and I were car camping years ago in LBL in Western Kentucky. We had an amazing, remote location on the shore of a beautiful bay. Nobody around for miles. The scenery was perfect, birds were singing, all was well in the universe. Then, these three a-holes came ripping up in a truck and set up camp about a half mile away on another peninsula. Of course they were loud and obnoxious, blasting a radio and slamming a few too many beers. We just sat there and shook our heads, hoping they would leave before nightfall. Well, didn't happen. They stayed up partying till well after dark. Lucky for us, it was pitch black with no moon and cloud cover, an we had kayaks. After they settled down (around midnight) around their campfire, we headed into the lake with our silent kayaks. We creeped over to their camp site, just off shore. At the same time we started making the loudest "whoop" sounds you've ever heard, like wild cranes, or owls, or god knows what. Funniest thing was, as soon as we started makin noise, they kicked out their campfire and got really quiet. Never really understood why. Anyway, ever since that night, we refer to that favorite camp spot of ours, "Whoop!".
    Them's good hijinx right there!
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    BigRed77 I'm Big 6'5" 238 lbs have Red hair ( some greying). I Grad from Clemson University 1977. Ron

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