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Old 08-27-2007, 03:36 PM   #57
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Hi Gina

Just checking to be sure you received our check for 3 nights.

We just returned from 5 nights at Lake Piru. It was almost empty when we arrived there Wednesday.. Maybe about 12 spaces taken - that included tents. Friday everyone in California must have been there - and there until Sunday. Each space had probably a minimum of 3 tents and sometimes groups were together of 15 or so tents. Wild.. but it was good.

We're looking forward to seeing you, and everyone that joins, at your rally.
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Old 08-27-2007, 03:54 PM   #58
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Hi Carol,

I want to go camping "when ever" I am Jealous! Oh, wait.. there is that job thing..

No, haven't seen it yet, but I am sure it somewhere between here and there.

We may be having some nifty weather! This time of year is when the thunderstorms hang about.. good, in that they are fun to watch, the weather is always warm and the rain that comes with them is often laughable..I like to stay outside during them and watch the sky turn angry... I hope it doesn't scare Jerry if it happens then!

Should be a great weekend, no matter what!
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Old 08-27-2007, 04:23 PM   #59
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Hi Gina

Sorry the check hasn't gotten to you. I know I mailed it on the 19th... If you don't get it by Monday next week, let me know - I'll send another one..

Jerry is not a problem with loud noises. The campsites were very loud this past week - he loved it. If there is thunder - we'll baby him.. (You know I can do that). and He has his raincoat.
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:42 PM   #60
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I love lightning storms. Especially when you are high up in the mountains. It is like having your own fireworks display.

I'm very confused about which route to not take and which is a good one. Anyone heading from up north that knows the way and say, wants to meet in Bakersfield or somewhere, in the morning and lead a couple of lost Oregonians to the mountain top? How long is it from Bakersfield?

I can't wait.
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Old 08-27-2007, 08:54 PM   #61
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It usually takes me 3 1/2 to 4 hours from Bakersfield.

Which part are you confused abut?
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Old 08-27-2007, 09:09 PM   #62
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Old 08-28-2007, 12:48 AM   #63
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Yup, that answered the questions that I had. Thanks.
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Old 08-31-2007, 01:22 PM   #64
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and more interest has been generated and payments sent.. don't be shy! Sign up!

For the "Pot Luck", on Saturday, I am leaning towards everyone bringing thier own grills, if they have one, and having us each make our own flesh based main dish, condiments and drinks, then each bringing a separate dish appropriate for a BBQ to the table. If you don't have a grill, maybe we can share. There should be enough hot space for an extra chop or two to go on along with your carnivorous delight.

We would need beans, salad, breads, a vegetable, chips.. you know, a good old fashioned 'merican Back Yard BBQ with all the fixins'. Who is good at yummy deserts?
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Hi Gina

How would a chocolate cake or cupcakes be? I would be happy to bring them.
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Old 08-31-2007, 02:39 PM   #66
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I think Cupcakes are perfect! Bring a dozen for me, and then another dozen for everyone else
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You've got it. Cupcakes it is... You might have to carry them.
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Old 08-31-2007, 07:14 PM   #68
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I'll just eat them on the way.. then we won't have to bother :-P

Inquiries on "ghost" towns.

The closest is a place called Holcomb Valley. It is above Big Bear Lake. There are a few remnants of the mining town left, but for the most part, if you follow the picture tour in the link, you will see it's a site history tour.

Brochures for the self guided tour can be obtained at the Big Bear Discovery Center about 30 miles NE of here.

It's a fun drive into Big bear, as the hiway skirts the mountains edge and provides great views of all types, desert, mountain and in between. There are many old world pull outs you can use to take in the view.

If ya'll like thunderstorms as you say, maybe you should come this weekend we are having a doozy right now!

Excuse me while I get this beagle off my head....
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Hi Gina,

Oooh, ghost towns and thunderstorms... enough to send any beagle flying for cover.

Did you get our check yet? Hope so... it went out on Monday.

In terms of doing all BBQ meat, we were going to make organic turkey chili and bean salad, is that okay?

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Yes, I have your check in my pocket right now!

Bring whatever you wish! That sounds great!
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