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Woodstock Party Pics - Brother Bart shows up in Woodstock!

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by webbie, Oct 8, 2011.

  1. Danno77

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    LOL, "Flatly" refuse. That was on purpose, right?

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  2. HollowHill

    HollowHill Minister of Fire

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    Could be :cheese:
  3. remkel

    remkel Minister of Fire

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    Alright- giveme the date for next year NOW! Really wish I could have been there today.
  4. raybonz

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    Kinda early to get a date now don't ya think? I doubt that Woodstock knows the date yet.. I hope Dennis can make it again next year..

    Ray
  5. begreen

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    Looks like Gamma is ready to munch on a supercedar there.
  6. tfdchief

    tfdchief Minister of Fire

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    That would be nice!
  7. sappy

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    It was Great to meet some of you folks today. I wish I was able to spend more of the day there. A big thanks to Woodstock for putting on such a nice event.
    Take care all. Will keep in touch for sure.
    Sappy and Mrs. Sappy
  8. raybonz

    raybonz Minister of Fire

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    They do smell good enough to eat Hmmmm ... Maybe she is onto something there..

    Ray
  9. begreen

    begreen Mooderator Staff Member

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    How many folks went home with a new stove?
  10. raybonz

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    Good to meet you too Sappy!

    Ray
  11. raybonz

    raybonz Minister of Fire

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    I saw one on a pickup as I left but don't know how many left..

    Ray
  12. BrowningBAR

    BrowningBAR Minister of Fire

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    Today I learned that that image is actually of Bart. I always thought it was an image of some inside joke that Bart had and I fully anticipated finding out that whoever that person was in that photo was arrested for insider trading or fraud of some sort. It actually being Bart would have been my last guess.
  13. Woody Stover

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    I could be wrong but those look to me like spare stove parts. She came prepared.
    :lol:

    She needed to do something to stay in shape. Appears that she's got hubby doing all the wood-totin'; Lookit the guns on him!
    :cheese:
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    That's awesome. Looks like you guys had a lot of fun. Wish I could have been there. Maybe next year.
  15. CTYank

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    Looks like BB had his cover blown in the Witness Protection Program.

    Very enjoyable first meeting with some of our "brothers in arms" Saturday, and potential new members. Excellent Woodstock hospitality- quite unexpected. (One potential member came from New Mexico. By plane.)

    Really turned my head with the new stove.

    If they do this annually, gotta find good local campsite and allocate 2 days.
  16. Frostbit

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    Needa get one of them there stove factories closer to Alaska. I could buy two of those new Woodstock stoves for the price of one airline ticket.
  17. raybonz

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    Yeah Gamma keeps him fit installing woodstoves and moving them around like furniture.. Of course splitting and hauling wood helps George stay in shape too!
  18. Ratman

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    Judi and I enjoyed the day and want to thank Craig for all he did. Great food, music, gifts and people.
    It was a pleasure to meet the likes of Flatbed Ford, Backwoods Savage, Fishing Pole, raybones, FF Jake, Gamma Ray and Goosrider.
    Lets try to agree to wear nametags next time.
  19. raybonz

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    Ratman I enjoyed meeting you and all others as well! I mentioned the nametags and still think it would associate a face to a handle.. I think the nametag should have the handle on top and the real or preferred name on the bottom.. My memory for names is awful so it would be a big help..

    Ray
  20. Danno77

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    Do we have him hooked up with an account here, or is Gamma afraid of the things he'd tell us about her?
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    Methinks there's not much Gamma's afraid of. She's got enough bling on her wrists alone to deal with whatever might come up. Makes brass knuckles obsolete and oh so obvious.
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    So now we need to do an event at Supercedars place so it's on the west coast and 10 minutes from my door! :lol: I would consider going to the east but the commute is a bit prohibitive... :smirk:
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    Thomas won't let anyone see that super-secret super-cedar maker.
    :coolsmile:
    You might find out that he makes them with imported labor and hand pours each one into a tin can, let's it sit overnight, and then removes and packs it up.
  24. Danno77

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    I don't think the process is secret, but let's just say I used to work there and when my 3rd grade teacher noticed I was missing too much school, he fired me. Best $0.10 per hour I ever made. Totally worth the lost fingers and burn scars.
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    Mr Gamma is not a registered user here....yet....

    As for the BB pic....Craig and I had that planned out....but HE brought the pics dammit.... :lol:
    My husband kept asking...."Who is that guy in the black and white photo?.....haven't I seen that somewhere before?".... :lol:

    Just an FYI about my bracelets.....they weigh 2-3 lbs all together, pandora and trollbead bracelets...I had them in my sig but Mr Gamma made me take it out.... >:-(
    They are worth a small fortune....probably two, three good saws and a splitter perhaps...ok I am embarrassed to say that, yes it is a problem...Nine years worth of collecting...Mr Gamma hates them...

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