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LaPine Meet 07 Update

Post by Ron McCue » Tue May 29, 2007 4:59 pm

MVPA-COG Lapine Meet Update

This year the club is not making a group reservation, So your on your own for making your campsite reservation.

We are trying to get into sites 6 through 36, I have space 16 reserved for the nights of the the 16th, 17th & 18th. Site are filling up as we speak.

Reservation phone number 1-800-452-5687

heres the link to the park http://www.oregonstateparks.org/park_41.php


I need a head count on everyone who will be attending. Plans are to have a Pot luck on Fri. Night, A cruse to one of our lakes and dinner at a lodge and Raffle on Sat. evening.

This year we will have firewood
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Post by Bill C. » Tue May 29, 2007 9:19 pm

Hi Roy, :lol:

Becky and I plan to arrive on the 17th and leave on the 19th. We haven't decided between camp ground or Motel yet. We are still negotiating.
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Post by Mac » Tue May 29, 2007 9:36 pm

TOB, I sure hope the Motel wins out, the Pill and I will miss you two !!--------------Mac
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Post by Bill C. » Tue May 29, 2007 9:45 pm

Mac, why don't you get a room with two King size beds and we will bunk up with you, split it 60/40........I may even be able to go as high as 45.
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Post by goldhill joe » Thu May 31, 2007 7:22 am

Bill C. wrote:Mac, why don't you get a room with two King size beds and we will bunk up with you, split it 60/40........I may even be able to go as high as 45.
:D If ya got room me and THE FIREMAN will join in too if ya got room for a couple dogs and a few chickens(gotta BYO chickens). Glad to help out with that 45%...........................Glad to yelp you out Bill :)

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Post by Mac » Thu May 31, 2007 7:55 am

Gee Whiz, I suppose Mike will want to move in also !!-------------Mac
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Post by Mike Seymour » Thu May 31, 2007 8:38 am

Nah, I don't like staying in no stinkin' motels. I could commute from Pine Ridge to Lapines before I resorted to that.....got that! :roll:
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Post by Mac » Thu May 31, 2007 2:28 pm

Sounds like you are more concerned about the cost, then bunking with your Buddies----------------Mud
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Post by Mike Seymour » Thu May 31, 2007 3:10 pm

Mac wrote:Sounds like you are more concerned about the cost, then bunking with your Buddies----------------Mud


Yup Mud, doesn't make much sence to pay three times as much to stay in a motel than it would to stay in my perfectly good camper and only an hour from home. And BTW..I WILL be bunking with my buddy. :wink:

Motels aren't a big event in my life...
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Post by Mac » Thu May 31, 2007 6:07 pm

Mike said---Motels aren't a big event in my life...

And you call yourself a SAILOR ??--------------------Mud
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Post by Mike Seymour » Thu May 31, 2007 6:38 pm

Mac wrote:Mike said---Motels aren't a big event in my life...

And you call yourself a SAILOR ??--------------------Mud


Slept in a few flea bag hotels and a few YMCAs, in the navy but no motels.. And these days I just call myself a MVPA Judge 8)
Dang, Mud..If I had your money and liked motels as much as you do..I'd buy one and move in. :D
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Post by Bill C. » Thu May 31, 2007 8:04 pm

[quote="goldhill joe :D If ya got room me and THE FIREMAN will join in too if ya got room for a couple dogs and a few chickens(gotta BYO chickens). Glad to help out with that 45%...........................Glad to yelp you out Bill :)[/quote]


Well Joe it is Mac's room and I can't speak for him, however, last year it was kind of nippy at night and and extra dog or two would have come in handy. An it would be right nice of you an The Fireman to pitch in on the rent, but not necessary. BTW, is it going to be just you and The Fireman or is any of your kin joining you? I hope you don't mind staying up late and joining in on some pickn' and grinnin'. The campfire shuts down at 10:00 PM SHARP! and Becky and The Pill usually want to carry on for another hour or two.........

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Post by goldhill joe » Sat Jun 02, 2007 10:20 pm

Campfire shuts down at 10{2200} How are thehy gonna shut down one of those famous fires--?? HAVE TO CALL IN A RETARDENT PLANE TO MAKE A DROP. :
How many dogs is allowed-THE FIREMAN sure has a bunch of coon hound possum hunters and it really hurts him to leave them at home :) So I will NOT be needin no chickens since them dogs will keep us all in grub. We would appreciate it if you bring ur own mustard, We are kind low in the mustard/ condiment department since the snakes have been out on the roads(easy pickins) BON Apertite

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Post by The Fireman » Tue Jun 05, 2007 3:19 pm

Me and Goldhill are gunna arrive on Friday the 17 th. We have our reservations at the CAMPGROUND. We aren't gunna fleabag it in a Moooooooooootel. So standby to standby. All we gotta do is the usual, haunt the off ramps and get some fuel money. Anybody got any dry cardboard, it is wet here right now and soggy carboard is kind hard to keep from falling over. We coulda used some of the wood we had, but we needed heat for the cookin stove, and wet cardboard don't burn to good.

See yu'all there,

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ps: Goldhill may be having a bluetarp camo special sale goin on.
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Post by Mike Seymour » Tue Jun 05, 2007 4:46 pm

Hi Frank,
Ron and I are going over to Idaho this weekend. I'll throw your rope in his pick-up and you can get it at his place when he gets home, Sunday or whenever. It has been coming in real handy for pulling stumps though...
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