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    Once I get confrimation that I have that weekend off I will pay. Wife can not make it due to work but I am trying to get some other folks (tenters) to come along.
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    Hate to say it but I wont be able to attend. Maybe next time. I have something that has come up that will take some time to get things in order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by REV View Post
    ALSO, last year we had a central fire pit that we all gathered around. each individual "site" has its own fire pit, (several hammocks to a site) so you CAN use those if you wish, but I ask if ANYONE has room and the ability to grab a pile of wood or two from either one of the gas stations on the way into santee or the park general store (or from home) it would help a lot. last year i grossly underestimated how much wood we'd need and that we could find in the wild, and i ended up buying close to $100 in wood over the 3 days. no big deal, just trying to learn from last year and trying to head off being overloaded with stuff for the raffle, hang, and 2 peoples gear.
    Seeing as I don't live far from the campground, I am going to see what I can round up as far as firewood, I have two hunting leases that need some trees removed hopefully i can get to them. Check with me closer on to the date and see what i have come up with, Hopefully I can get a truckload, so we will have plenty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firemedic View Post
    Seeing as I don't live far from the campground, I am going to see what I can round up as far as firewood, I have two hunting leases that need some trees removed hopefully i can get to them. Check with me closer on to the date and see what i have come up with, Hopefully I can get a truckload, so we will have plenty.
    I can bring the white gas... muhahahaha...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WetRivrRat View Post
    I can bring the white gas... muhahahaha...
    Can you say POOF !!!!!



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    muhahahahaha..... muhahahahahaha....

    So, who's responsible for bringing the sharks with laser beams on the heads?
    We all know of the original "Walk off the war" thru-hike - but, check out these guys, they're helping folks 'walk off the war' today -
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    Quote Originally Posted by WetRivrRat View Post
    muhahahahaha..... muhahahahahaha....

    So, who's responsible for bringing the sharks with laser beams on the heads?
    I have one in my pool growing as we speak. <Evil Snicker>


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    This might be a very interesting hang. :-P
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    Nuked by white gas and lasers mounted on sharks.......... All I wanted to know was Who's bringing the sweet tea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mbcruzin View Post
    Nuked by white gas and lasers mounted on sharks.......... All I wanted to know was Who's bringing the sweet tea?
    I'm game for bringing a few gallons
    We all know of the original "Walk off the war" thru-hike - but, check out these guys, they're helping folks 'walk off the war' today -
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