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Posted on Sun, Oct 29, 2006 23:01

Hey Trouble,

Count me in, I'm be heading your way.

Resend the directions, I lost them in the UID change.

Thanks,
Dennis



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Posted on Sun, Oct 29, 2006 16:06

Looks as if I'm going to get to meet most of you on Turkey day.
Looking forward to being able to dance party and relax for a change.
Wow a weekend with no books



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Posted on Fri, Oct 27, 2006 20:51

ok looks like SpringerBill, AngelBaby2,Moi the squiirel and the Shirt leaving Wed. morning..coming from the Palms Spring area....route to follow..anybody want to hook-up and caravan are Scoots and cages let me know...e-mail me..I'll give you my number..MountainTrouble and Mt. Rose have my number also....we are pretty open to making sure we are safe and riding together...



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Posted on Fri, Oct 27, 2006 13:21

mountaintrouble write:
Hey Rocky, are you holding out on us...What else is coming? What Scott listed is what we know is coming for sure. It is all I have been told offically.... Oh, I did recieve an email this am and more pies are coming as well as a deep fryer for a turkey...so add peanut oil to that list of needed stuff. People, please let Scott know what is coming...this way we can plan....He was great to volunteer to handle all this....Thanks Scott....

Oh...Mushroom soup is for the green bean cassarole that I am hearing is so important for the day..... ;) Thank you to everyone!

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Hi Girly Girl!!
you know I'l help any way I can!! just let me know....we will have the cage crammed by the time we come up there...Were picking up Angel and her stuff on the way!!!



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Posted on Fri, Oct 27, 2006 13:15

albyneau write:
Well okay, Squirrel- for the time being I'll have to take your word on that; as I just inherited this project mere hours before that post. If you are referring to the pies you mentioned in your E to MountainTrouble, I intentionally left that out for the time being until I could contact you personally to find out exactly how many pies you've got to go around. As I said- this is turning into an EVENT, and we need to deal with specifics, Bob! Accurate information is essential here to the successful planning of this event. So if you have something more to share with me please do so OFF the forum as previously mentioned. I took this on as a favor, and checking emails is far less time-consuming for me than continually checking the forums.

Thank you for your consideration,
Scott

Hi Scott I sent you an e-mail!

can you give us an idea of how many are coming to the shindig? I've been out of town and need to get back up to speed!!
I'm not sure how much to make.....with Angel planning Mexicali Saturday I need to know how many lb.s of beans to cook....thanks a bunch!!
Rocky on a fly by!!!!



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Posted on Fri, Oct 27, 2006 10:21

hey girls looks like im free for tkday, so ill decide by next weekend if im coming or not. looks like halla party going on.

reynee



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Posted on Wed, Oct 25, 2006 19:21

Well okay, Squirrel- for the time being I'll have to take your word on that; as I just inherited this project mere hours before that post. If you are referring to the pies you mentioned in your E to MountainTrouble, I intentionally left that out for the time being until I could contact you personally to find out exactly how many pies you've got to go around. As I said- this is turning into an EVENT, and we need to deal with specifics, Bob! Accurate information is essential here to the successful planning of this event. So if you have something more to share with me please do so OFF the forum as previously mentioned. I took this on as a favor, and checking emails is far less time-consuming for me than continually checking the forums.

Thank you for your consideration,
Scott



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Posted on Wed, Oct 25, 2006 15:12

Hope to make it for the weekend.
Coming from Sacramento.

Bob

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Posted on Wed, Oct 25, 2006 10:20

Hey Rocky, are you holding out on us...What else is coming? What Scott listed is what we know is coming for sure. It is all I have been told offically.... Oh, I did recieve an email this am and more pies are coming as well as a deep fryer for a turkey...so add peanut oil to that list of needed stuff. People, please let Scott know what is coming...this way we can plan....He was great to volunteer to handle all this....Thanks Scott....

Oh...Mushroom soup is for the green bean cassarole that I am hearing is so important for the day..... ;) Thank you to everyone!



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Posted on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 22:11

albyneau write:
The following is what we have as commitments for foods thusfar:
6 turkeys, 20#'s of mashed potatoes and gravy, and about 2 #'s of dressing.

What is still needed:
1. Heavy duty paper plates- 4-5 dozen per meal, per day.
2. Same goes for plasticware- don't use your fingers guys, the ladies are watchin!!!
3. Paper towels and/or napkins. Do the math...
4. large precooked and sliced hams for dinner & lunchmeat.
5. Potatoes
6. Stuffing/dressing
7. Canned veggies- green beans, corn, etc..
8. Dinner rolls & butter/margarine
9. Olives, pickles, pepperoncinis, raw veggies, etc, for appetizer/snack trays
10. chips and dips
11. Cranberry sauce
12. Mushroom soup [ I dunno- it's on MT's list]
13. sandwich rolls for lunches
14. TOILET PAPER
15. ICE- it's an ongoing necessity, just like T.P.
16. FIREWOOD- either from the grocery store, your home stash, or old pallets..

17. Barbeques and charcoal

Please remember that this is a BYOB event- Bring Your Own Beverages!

If I've missed anything, or you have a suggestion, write me- PLEASE do NOT post it on the FORUM!

Thanks one and all for your suggestions and support!

Scott

Scott you are not up to speed!! we have more food than that!! but we do need leftover days!!...Turkey sandwiches and salads!! unless we are going back to Burgers and Dogs!!



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Posted on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 22:04

Ooops- I missed desserts! Pies, cake, cookies, etc...



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Posted on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 21:53

The following is what we have as commitments for foods thusfar:
6 turkeys, 20#'s of mashed potatoes and gravy, and about 2 #'s of dressing.

What is still needed:
1. Heavy duty paper plates- 4-5 dozen per meal, per day.
2. Same goes for plasticware- don't use your fingers guys, the ladies are watchin!!!
3. Paper towels and/or napkins. Do the math...
4. large precooked and sliced hams for dinner & lunchmeat.
5. Potatoes
6. Stuffing/dressing
7. Canned veggies- green beans, corn, etc..
8. Dinner rolls & butter/margarine
9. Olives, pickles, pepperoncinis, raw veggies, etc, for appetizer/snack trays
10. chips and dips
11. Cranberry sauce
12. Mushroom soup [ I dunno- it's on MT's list]
13. sandwich rolls for lunches
14. TOILET PAPER
15. ICE- it's an ongoing necessity, just like T.P.
16. FIREWOOD- either from the grocery store, your home stash, or old pallets..

17. Barbeques and charcoal

Please remember that this is a BYOB event- Bring Your Own Beverages!

If I've missed anything, or you have a suggestion, write me- PLEASE do NOT post it on the FORUM!

Thanks one and all for your suggestions and support!

Scott



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Posted on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 21:19

yes i will be there and i am so looking forward to it!!!!!!!! i am coming from yuba city area if anyone needs a ride! mistameaner

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Posted on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 20:48

Hello, one and all! With the small amount of space here there's little room for embellishment- so here goes! MountainTrouble's managed to bite off more than a molehill of trouble here~ as this has snowballed into a major west coast BK event! Not wanting her to pull *ALL* her hair out (bald women just don't do it for me), I've volunteered to step in and handle the logistics of this snowballing event! We now have a live band (as opposed to dead...?)lined up, porta-potties lined up, and two (Friday and Saturday) impromptu scenic rides planned. Further info on these to follow! Plenty of room for camping/tents/etc., and those sissified girls that feel the need can sleep inside the house. There's a lot that's been done- and even more that needs to be done. There are those that have committed already to bringing food & supplies, but much more is needed! Given the amazingly HUGE response, the expenses are mounting at an exponential rate! It is therefore humbly requested that all who attend please assist in the success of this event by providing: the modest amount of $15 per day of your stay to cover entertainment and facilities (the band and the crappers), and also to bring something to add to- and share in- the festivities of this most wonderful of holidays! We're all here to give thanks for our family, friends, God, and country- so pledge to help our family of friends by your help with food, disposable plates & utensils, ice, party sized cookware, etcetera! I have a humble list of food and/or items already committed, so please contact me with what you'd like to offer our gracious host for her hospitality- and let's make sure we dont end up with 50 variations of potato salad! Well- I'm nearly out of space here, so if you have any questions, or are ready to RSVP formally and assist with our expenses, please contact *ME* ASAP- as we need to have cash up front to secure the amenities and entertainment for everyone's enjoyment! Thanks, and God bless! Scott



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Posted on Tue, Oct 24, 2006 13:43

Sing4Kristen write:
Hey! Thanks for the invite. Planning on being there for Turkey day, will need to head out on Friday. Wondering if there is anyone else from the San Diego area that I could ride with; don't really want to make the trip by myself, would be nice to meet others to ride with in the area anyway. Need directions!!!

Hi Sing nice to see your coming....Outdoor Thrill is coming from San Diego and Demetri...check the California meet and greet thread....there should be a few coming from your way...see ya there
Rocky=.)



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Posted on Mon, Oct 23, 2006 16:32

mountaintrouble write:
Ok Steve, we can rent a double Port a Potty with sink for $150 for the weekend, plus tax and delivery fee of $30.00. I do not have money up front to rent it, but if someone does, they can call me and we will work it out. To rent a single is $100...plus tax and the delivery fee is the same...so it is only $50 more to rent two...and it even has a sink! Let me know! Soon...so we can get it before it rents out.

Sounds like a great plan ta me!
I say ... if someone has the funds to go ahead and rent the double w/sink ... DO IT! Then, at the event itself ... when everyone is coming in ...take up "one time" donations for the use of it (at the door/gate!)
If you're gonna do this thing ... you may as well do it RIGHT! ;^) If this event winds up as BIG as it sounds like it may ... I would rent TWO! lol



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Posted on Mon, Oct 23, 2006 13:52

Ok Steve, we can rent a double Port a Potty with sink for $150 for the weekend, plus tax and delivery fee of $30.00. I do not have money up front to rent it, but if someone does, they can call me and we will work it out. To rent a single is $100...plus tax and the delivery fee is the same...so it is only $50 more to rent two...and it even has a sink! Let me know! Soon...so we can get it before it rents out.



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Posted on Sun, Oct 22, 2006 21:44

Hey Trouble;

Its a bit early to give a definite, but a tentative is OK. I'll give you a definite withing the next two weeks. If the weather is good, I'll be riding, if not....driving. Would like to camp out. However, still need to find out about a porta-potty.

If I'm riding, I do have an empty pillion to whomever is brave enough.

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Posted on Sun, Oct 22, 2006 19:27

Hey! Thanks for the invite. Planning on being there for Turkey day, will need to head out on Friday. Wondering if there is anyone else from the San Diego area that I could ride with; don't really want to make the trip by myself, would be nice to meet others to ride with in the area anyway. Need directions!!!

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Posted on Sun, Oct 22, 2006 18:35

angelbaby2 write:
Anyone going to the mountaintroubles house for thanksgiving up in the beautiful Calif mountains I would love to have a friend to follow up there Im not to good with directions and I dont want to get lost with my kids. So Please anyone out there that is going let me know Im in Simi Valley .

Angel baby....we are heading up 99 Wed. if you want to follow us..we plan to sweep for the group..Were carrying precious cargo {{{KEGS}}} Woo Hoo!! give me a buzz I'll



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