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Annabelle 
Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 11:54 AM
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Several of us have decided we want a get together the summer or fall of 2008. This will give every one time to get to know each other, see who hangs on this site that long, finally meet those strange funny but wonderful people we share our lives with by internet and put a face to the personality we THINK we know.

This will also give you time to save your money for airline tickets, bus tickets, gas, hotel lodging or save up time off of work...

So now we have a year picked out (yes only 4 years from now)
So what kind of things do we all want to do once we all get together?
Put your input about a get-together here on this thread. We will keep adding ideas til 2008 when it actually happens! It will be a shocker to meet face to face but it should also be alot of fun. For those who do not live here in the States we will make sure you have some place to bed down and we'll help you out with anything you need on this end. So don't freak out if you have to jump the pond ok? Someone has to get Barddas and his band there! We can't do this without him!

#1 So do you want to have a list of activities you can choose to participate in or not?
#2 We also need any and all suggestions! If you think this is a poor idea, tells us! If you think we are all crazy and out of our minds and want in on this, tells us!

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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 12:03 PM
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I think it's grand! I'd love to go white water rafting but sitting around a keg is also fun! I like mine in the variety of Diet Coke biggrin.gif-


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 12:05 PM
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So you don't think this is a stupid idea JaneyMae? I can guarantee ya there will be Diet Coke for you and Richard and I!
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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 12:16 PM
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I think it sounds like a blast! I'll be there if I can! You and I don't have to come from Europe tho.
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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 12:21 PM
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No but people like Snowblind, Gabby and other's might be concerned about arrangements and stuff if they want to come. I just wanted them to know we will help them on this end if they need it.
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What are the possibilities of finding out where this would take place? I may not have to cross an ocean, but getting to functions like that take time. Driving is the only way to go, for me, but anything over two days is just too much. There should be munchkins by that time too. So, here's for making it in the northern states. thumbs_up.gif Besides, I don't think I could handle the sweltering heat in the south.

Yes I'm very interested. Whether or not I'm able to actually show up, that's another matter.


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 12:38 PM
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Location, location, location.

I think we should probably avoid the deep south (Sorry Annabelle) for the simple reason that it'll be too stinkin hot! sweatdrop.gif Someplace like Tennessee or Kentucky would probably work as they're somewhat centrally located. Somplace like Missouri might work since it is pretty much in the middle of the country, but I can't imagine that there's a whole lot to do there. I could be wrong. That or it's plain bad memories of basic training at Fort Leonard Wood.

I think a list of activities might be a good idea, but there needs to be some room for flexibility.


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 01:07 PM
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Denver, indianapolis or perhaps Kansas city could be far west enough for the left coasters
I would prefer a small city around Denver. I haven't been there but I am partial to mountains. and it does have a large airport for those inclined to fly. and stuff to do inside or out

I am a BIG fan of pin the tail on the donkey and bobbing for apples.


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 01:12 PM
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Yeah, Colorado Springs would be great! There's a lot to do there for little or nothing. You can go hiking, spelunking, shopping, whatever! Kind of far for the east coasters, but it would be cool.
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I rembered you saying that you used to live aroud there that you loved it.
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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 01:22 PM
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First of all it's a wonderful idea and NO, I'm NOT freaking out to have to jump over the pond!
To find the right location should be the job of all of you "Natives"...
Once I landed I'll come wherever it will be with a rented camper...another thing I always wanted to do. I love camping and spent most vacations with doing it.

We are all a bit crazy, I guess...this is the wonderful thing about this community!

Hey...if we meet in later September we can celebrate my 50th birthday together biggrin.gif ...oh my God... rolleyes.gif


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Late September is actually a good time to visit this area of the country.


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Posted: 08-Apr-2004, 01:44 PM
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Hey Gab, just because it's called a camper, that doesn't mean you're camping. Fabric walls and tarp floors. That's camping. Otherwise you're just taking holidays in a camper.

Colorado is something I can see myself swinging. That is, if we're still in the west at the time. If we've moved home by then, I can't see myself making it there. It would take the entire two weeks of vacation just to do the road trip. (5-6 days straight daylight driving one way.)
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QUOTE (birddog20002001 @ Apr 8 2004, 01:13 PM)
I rembered you saying that you used to live aroud there that you loved it.

Yep. Had my druthers I'd still be living there. Made a big mistake leaving. I'm sure things have changed a bit since I left, but if we went there, at least there'd be 1 person familiar with the area.
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QUOTE (oldraven @ Apr 8 2004, 01:44 PM)
Hey Gab, just because it's called a camper, that doesn't mean you're camping. Fabric walls and tarp floors. That's camping. Otherwise you're just taking holidays in a camper.

Colorado is something I can see myself swinging. That is, if we're still in the west at the time. If we've moved home by then, I can't see myself making it there. It would take the entire two weeks of vacation just to do the road trip. (5-6 days straight daylight driving one way.)

Where's home that it would be such a huge trip? Ottawa maybe?
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