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    Quote Originally Posted by bfitz View Post
    Yeah, but a hiker wet t-shirt contest is when all the hikers put their sweat soaked t-shirts on display and the smelliest wins a prize. In any case, I'm the official billville hoseboy (and towelboy, in the event of any actual hosing or toweling off).
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfitz View Post
    Yeah, but a hiker wet t-shirt contest is when all the hikers put their sweat soaked t-shirts on display and the smelliest wins a prize. In any case, I'm the official billville hoseboy (and towelboy, in the event of any actual hosing or toweling off).
    wait a minute. the wet t-shirt contest was my idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzer1 View Post
    wait a minute. the wet t-shirt contest was my idea.

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    I believe the wet T-shirt contest has been around long before either of us ever knew what was under those t-shirts...

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    another idea I had was to set up our own recycle bins for next year for cans and plastic bottles (glass bottle should be discouraged). That way people won't stuff beer cans in the public trash barrels, which is a problem because beer is not allowed and the park employees know to look in the trash barrels for empty beer cans. And besides recycling is always a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzer1 View Post
    another idea I had was to set up our own recycle bins for next year for cans and plastic bottles (glass bottle should be discouraged). That way people won't stuff beer cans in the public trash barrels, which is a problem because beer is not allowed and the park employees know to look in the trash barrels for empty beer cans. And besides recycling is always a good idea.

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    There were no beer cans or bottles in any of the barrels or the dumpster. We checked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jester2000 View Post
    There were no beer cans or bottles in any of the barrels or the dumpster. We checked.
    It was completly dry at the feed. Sleeping in the field was like sleeping on straw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasquatch2014 View Post
    It was completly dry at the feed. Sleeping in the field was like sleeping on straw.
    Like sleeping on straw in Salt Lake City.
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    The only thing drier than that feed is the wit on this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigFoot2002 View Post
    The only thing drier than that feed is the wit on this thread.
    It's London dry.

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