Count me in also
Count me in also
I wear a XXL
I've got the new RidgeRunner on order, if I have it in time and if I decide to keep it, I'll bring it so everyone can check it out.
I'm watching the weather and hoping this hurricane has enough energy to give us some much needed drought relief...but not TOO much. I think last year or the year before the remnants of a TS really made it up north even into Michigan...a little too much if I recall. Anyway, it could be a good deal!
ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION.......
I just found out today, I will be out of town that weekend......and will NOT ba able to attend the Halloween Hang. sooooo i have a few favors to ask...
MULE: Can you take control of the Hang, you are much more qualified than I, and your have been there already....
Also, been getting a lot of inquiries about shirts. Here is the breakdown on the shirts, the price will be $15.00 each plus shipping. they have NOT been ordered, HF mods have asked for us to allow them to reviewthe shirts prior to making since the HF logo will be on them. I agree, and support that 100%...
HOWEVER, that has NOT been done...Work has taken me away from following up on this. We still have time to get this done. I will call Mule, and Farmer Ron for their advise and follow up...
WATER: I can still cache water ( new unopened gal. jugs ) if needed. 5 to 10 gallons should be enough. before I leave town.....
Sorry guys, I'm really gonna miss all of you..
There are only two kinds of people that understand Marines: Marines and the enemy. Everyone else has a second-hand opinion.
Gen. William Thornson, U.S. Army
Sorry to hear it Jerry. Keep you on tap for the KT and maybe you can still make a prehang.
Thanks to Mule for picking up the baton toss on this one too
Don't waste your breath
Don't waste your heart
Don't blister your heels
Running in the dark
Oh well, "the best laid plans of mice & men" & all that.
I'll take a tee, size large. Agree that the mods need control
I'll be there, provided my shift don't get changed before then.
When you have a backpack on, no matter where you are, you’re home.
PAIN is INEVITABLE. MISERY is OPTIONAL.