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Time for another cookout...

Saturday afternoon, June 23rd. maybe this time we'll get adventurous and go go-karting, moparsupercenter rules of course.

Most know where to go, those that don't, PM Pit Viper for directions...

As always, all are invited, boneheads will be abused.

Dale
 

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Just slap directions in here?
 

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atlsrt44 said:
woot and no hondas that are slower than my neon.
fixed that for you for you so that Matt can still feel welcome...
 

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Brian said:
Im so there ummm ........Where is it?
same place we have all the cookouts bonehead, my house.. :jester:

You know, I just had a thought, which doesn't happen very often.

New plan.
Meet at my place at 10 am on Saturday.

Bring handheld GPS units that allow coordinate entries. If you don't have one, you'll be teamed with someone who does have one. If you do have one, at least read the directions on how to use it.

We'll do a quick cookout while I explain what we'll be doing and you enter the coordinates into your GPS and exchange cellphone numbers.

We'll synchronize watches, and then execute a LeMans start beginning the scavenger hunt.

At a predetermined time, we'll abandon the hunt, return to base camp, and compare stories while Will and Brian cook for us...

We also have the option moving base camp to the pool. We'll decide in the morning.

Who's in?
 

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atlsrt44 said:
bump and i dont like the whole gps thing cause its hard enough to find your place without a scavenger hunt
Geocaching rocks.... You can take Jesse, he's pretty good at it. To make it fair, you'll have directions to the hides.
 

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Did I forget to mention we're eating steaks? 20oz T-bones....
 

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I don't see why not... What sort of cookout wouldn't welcome family?
 

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icustomize1 said:
would this be something i could bring my wife and son to?
I did last year, and the therapy is really starting to pay off, they can almost come outdoors by themselves again. :jester:

Now I have another member of the family, but I don't know if it's advisable to bring anyone younger than 2 weeks to Dale's house. That early of an exposure could really do some permanent damage to him. :wah?!:
 

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1LAPSRT said:
icustomize1 said:
would this be something i could bring my wife and son to?
I did last year, and the therapy is really starting to pay off, they can almost come outdoors by themselves again. :jester:

Now I have another member of the family, but I don't know if it's advisable to bring anyone younger than 2 weeks to Dale's house. That early of an exposure could really do some permanent damage to him. :wah?!:
lol

that was mickie that scarred your family. No one told you to sit them near him.
 

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This is the former Backdoctor2be. As you've noticed I have a new screen name. I recently graduated from school and I am working at an office in Roswell (www.hoveychiropractic.com). So hopefully this will be the last BBQ I will miss. My wife and I are buying a house up near Scott MAXXfab and I am working two jobs to try and save as much as possible before we close at the end of July. So hopefully this will be the last time I can use the excuse of working on a Saturday, but I'm going to pull it out one last time.
Chris
 
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