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    I'm still thinking that I can make it. I should know by the end of the week. Can I get a tag with my trail name?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nean View Post
    I'm still thinking that I can make it. I should know by the end of the week. Can I get a tag with my trail name?
    Yeah man. I have your name on the Avery software list, but forgot to put it on the website list. Will do that now.

    How do you want that... LETITBE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    Yeah man. I have your name on the Avery software list, but forgot to put it on the website list. Will do that now.
    I'm not sure what that means exactly but I'll call and let you know if I need a ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nean View Post
    I'm not sure what that means exactly but I'll call and let you know if I need a ride.
    It means I already had you down!

    Let me know if you can't make it...

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    I'm coming! Bwahhahahahahahaa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sierra Echo View Post
    I'm coming! Bwahhahahahahahaa
    Thanks for the warning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    Thanks for the warning!
    No problem!! Warning you was my good deed for the year! Now its back to business!

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    Ok, I was planning on backpacking starting on Friday night, the 10th - hiking from Spivey Gap to Hot Springs - about 60 miles - I was going to try for 3 days -- or, I could just show up at the NOC, camp somewhere like Rufus Morgan or Sassafras Gap shelter, drink some beer and be at the SO-Ruck - what should I do? FYI -- Saturday will be my 16th year of being 29 years old - really good experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa D View Post
    Ok, I was planning on backpacking starting on Friday night, the 10th - hiking from Spivey Gap to Hot Springs - about 60 miles - I was going to try for 3 days -- or, I could just show up at the NOC, camp somewhere like Rufus Morgan or Sassafras Gap shelter, drink some beer and be at the SO-Ruck - what should I do? FYI -- Saturday will be my 16th year of being 29 years old - really good experience.
    There's a few good campsites down the tracks to the east about 100 yards, then off to your right. Weekend calls for sunny skies, with days in the 50's and nights in the low 20's.

    You can always do the Tellico Gap to NOC hike Saturday.

    If we don't see you Happy Birthday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly View Post
    There's a few good campsites down the tracks to the east about 100 yards, then off to your right. Weekend calls for sunny skies, with days in the 50's and nights in the low 20's.

    You can always do the Tellico Gap to NOC hike Saturday.

    If we don't see you Happy Birthday!
    you are forcing me to be pretty soft - you going to buy me a beer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa D View Post
    you are forcing me to be pretty soft - you going to buy me a beer?
    Stop by cabin C.

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    Sly--You did your usual magnificant job in pullilng SoRuck together. It was just awesom. Great programs, great speakers, great films, great weather, great food, and the people were the best part. It's just great to see old friends and be around normal people for a change. Again Sly--thanks for all the work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jack View Post
    Sly--You did your usual magnificant job in pullilng SoRuck together. It was just awesom. Great programs, great speakers, great films, great weather, great food, and the people were the best part. It's just great to see old friends and be around normal people for a change. Again Sly--thanks for all the work.
    quit lying. none of those people are normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanga View Post
    quit lying. none of those people are normal.
    I'm normal, thank you very much! *snort*
    And I must say, the voices in my head didn't appreciate that very much!

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    Great Ruck! Fun to see old friends and meeting new ones! The food was awesome! BTW, who made the vegan cookies and vegan nacho dip?!!!! That was delicious and I would love to have the recipes for both. Funny thing is, I eat meat and dairy like it's my job but those dishes rocked!

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    Also, Jennifer Pharr Davis' presentation was outstanding!!!! What great insight she gave of herself, her husband, and her hike!

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    Many thanks, Sly! It was a fabulous weekend, as always.And thanks to Dawg and OB and the other movers and bakers in the kitchen!
    If not NOW, then WHEN?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jack View Post
    Sly--You did your usual magnificant job in pullilng SoRuck together. It was just awesom. Great programs, great speakers, great films, great weather, great food, and the people were the best part. It's just great to see old friends and be around normal people for a change. Again Sly--thanks for all the work.
    Thanks Jack.

    I'm in awe and really appreciative of how well the the kitchen comes together. The food was awesome, thanks to all that brought something, or had a hand in prepping, cooking... and getting it all clean up.

    Great time, with lots of old friends and new.

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    Add my thanks to Sly also, and all those who worked on Ruck logistics especially Mawee who was constantly in the kitchen. I had a great time.

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