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Old 09-18-2005, 08:35 PM   #1
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It was certainly fun to see everyone at the show yesterday...we had more fun than one could shake a stick at! Mark (BB)...I don't know if you had a chance to wander around in your Bldg #20, but the isle you were on was the BUSIEST of any of them! How you did it- I don't know (well...err...I do know...hey thanks again for the LaBala De Platas!). Awww...it was even busy when we came back about 2 hours later...great stuff!! It sure was great seeing alot of you again, and a few for the first time!

Put me on the list for 2ea of the Blue & White pole toppers, or do I want the second one to be another color? Your choice...you're a good guy, have a great product, and I wish the best for your biz! I'll email you with the payment details, OK? I did get over to see Corky @ Poles & Holders, and he was a class gent also...got everything, and we're ready for lights!!

That was our first year at the Show, and I can see right now, it'll be a annual ritual from now on.

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It was certainly fun to see everyone at the show yesterday...we had more fun than one could shake a stick at! Mark (BB)...I don't know if you had a chance to wander around in your Bldg #20, but the isle you were on was the BUSIEST of any of them! How you did it- I don't know (well...err...I do know...hey thanks again for the LaBala De Platas!). Awww...it was even busy when we came back about 2 hours later...great stuff!! It sure was great seeing alot of you again, and a few for the first time!

Put me on the list for 2ea of the Blue & White pole toppers, or do I want the second one to be another color? Your choice...you're a good guy, have a great product, and I wish the best for your biz! I'll email you with the payment details, OK? I did get over to see Corky @ Poles & Holders, and he was a class gent also...got everything, and we're ready for lights!!

That was our first year at the Show, and I can see right now, it'll be a annual ritual from now on.

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Old 09-19-2005, 07:17 AM   #3
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picked me up a pole and holder as well. Good stuff
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Old 09-19-2005, 04:03 PM   #4
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It was great seeing and meeting everyone and thanks for the brewski Big B. Man this was my 2nd year and it seems to have doubled in attendance this year. Good stuff and good people...it's contagious.

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Here's a couple pics:

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Old 09-19-2005, 05:41 PM   #6
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Hey thanks Eric!! You know, I got to meet everyone in that group except the gentleman and his lady on the far right of the second pic...who is that?

Great get-together gang!! Can hardly wait for the BBQ!

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Old 09-19-2005, 06:05 PM   #7
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WWFan:
Hey thanks Eric!! You know, I got to meet everyone in that group except the gentleman and his lady on the far right of the second pic...who is that?

Great together gang!! Can hardly wait for the BBQ!
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Who, the happy looking guy in glasses? That's Gary and Lynne (aka, Toolman1 from the "other" site.) Very nice people.
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Jay! Geezzz...where the heck ya been?

Ahhh...I thought that was maybe them...never got introduced at the Dove Springs trip, and the commotion within that aisle at the show was horrendous...I suspect we'll get our official intro at the BBQ.

Thanks for the heads up...I'm assuming you'll be at the BBQ?

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WWFan:
Jay! Geezzz...where the heck ya been?

Ahhh...I thought that was maybe them...never got introduced at the Dove Springs trip, and the commotion within that aisle at the show was horrendous...I suspect we'll get our official intro at the BBQ.

Thanks for the heads up...I'm assuming you'll be at the BBQ?

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Work has consumed 150% of my time lately. If I can get my head above water, we will be at the BBQ. We'll see.

We were at the show for a few hours; not much for me there. I'm a two wheel guy, but we did have a great time looking at the rolling mortgages....
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Work has consumed 150% of my time lately. If I can get my head above water, we will be at the BBQ. We'll see.

We were at the show for a few hours; not much for me there. I'm a two wheel guy, but we did have a great time looking at the rolling mortgages....

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Very well put...I'd put MY mortgage up on a bet that most of the buyers there had some financing, aka...SECOND mortgage. Moski was actually enthralled at one time in one, but, and I know it's hard to believe if you really knew me, but I had to put the binders to it and buy her another beer. In fact, I'm gonna make sure she's pretty well primed for next year's show.

Actually, as inticing as those cars are, they're basically a one-place (ok...two-place) unit...now what got my hair up was the trophy-type cars that are dual purpose...we do alot of desert (up your area), and that would be- you know- those thingys on a Ritz...
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I'm also partial to the dual-sport type cars. Unfortunately, they tend to be even MORE expensive....if you can believe that.
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Talking of those sand wheels reminds me of my buddies and me buying a 1937 Ford flathead V8 and making a dune buggy of it. We
got it for cutting the guys grass. Ran the dunes of what is now condo land but used to be the wilds of West Hollywood Fla. I was 14. All the girls wanted to ride our buggy. Ahh,the memories.
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i beg to hear that you have a picture of that '37 ford flathead converted into a dunebuggy. Please post it here soon!.
Maybe those girls are in the picture too. That would be nice, but i really want to see the flathead buggy!
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Oh Mike, I wish I could ablidge, but back then we all had to chip in to buy a gallon of $.30 gas Besides, carring a camera at 14 was not cool... Great memories tho.
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