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Old 07-19-2015, 09:51 PM   #11873
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Gentlemen, I'm just a little too beefy to be considered a fossil.
read: "fluffy"!!
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Old 07-19-2015, 11:34 PM   #11874
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Which one? I have been eyeing one, but it seems too small to fake a fire pit.... I'd like to get one for the ease of starting the fire up, for the fact that you don't have to constantly stoke the fire, for the fact that you can generally get around the fire restrictions, for the fact that you don't have to get fire wood, etc.
Here's a link to the one I bought up here.

For Living Portable Gas Firebowl | Canadian Tire
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Old 07-20-2015, 08:40 AM   #11875
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Here's a link to the one I bought up here.

For Living Portable Gas Firebowl | Canadian Tire
We have the same one! Works great.
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Old 07-20-2015, 08:59 AM   #11876
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Gentlemen, I'm just a little too beefy to be considered a fossil.
nothing wrong with being Beefy.....I want to be the beefiest Human Cannon Ball ever to soar the skies. You will see the largest spandex suit to ever get off the ground and fly through the air with the greatest of ease. Boom- Chuck-a-Luck-a-Boom.

Thanks for the info, we will check out the C.G. for sure. We have a 34' coach . The fact that the roads are good and easy access sounds great.

Is there a preference in seeing the area from the Colorado side or the Utah side?
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Old 07-20-2015, 09:06 AM   #11877
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nothing wrong with being Beefy.....I want to be the beefiest Human Cannon Ball ever to soar the skies. You will see the largest spandex suit to ever get off the ground and fly through the air with the greatest of ease. Boom- Chuck-a-Luck-a-Boom.

Thanks for the info, we will check out the C.G. for sure. We have a 34' coach . The fact that the roads are good and easy access sounds great.

Is there a preference in seeing the area from the Colorado side or the Utah side?
Some things you just can't unsee!
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Old 07-20-2015, 04:35 PM   #11878
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Listen up all ye fluffy, beefy, canonbally (yes, it is a word, I just added it to spell-check) lazy fire starters, north of the borders, girly, navely, tired and retired old pharts: Thread Killers...

The coveted 12000 mark is approaching... who will be the lucky Killer or NNDGer to claim the big prize?
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Listen up all ye fluffy, beefy, canonbally (yes, it is a word, I just added it to spell-check) lazy fire starters, north of the borders, girly, navely, tired and retired old pharts: Thread Killers...

The coveted 12000 mark is approaching... who will be the lucky Killer or NNDGer to claim the big prize?
ME! I need the money!
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12000 marks?
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12000 marks?
Toothpicks!! This ain't Vegas ya know! (Part of the remnants of NNDG #1's forest cut down to make room for the FENCE. )
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In the old days (before chain saws) we would nail fence wire on the trees. That reduced the need for fence posts, as well as made us happy with the thought of how the embedded wire in the trees would someday really mess up chain saws (yet to be invented of course).
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In the old days (before chain saws) we would nail fence wire on the trees. That reduced the need for fence posts, as well as made us happy with the thought of how the embedded wire in the trees would someday really mess up chain saws (yet to be invented of course).
Oh us young kids use trees too! It's just hard to get them to grow in a straight line!

The trick is cut the trees above or below the fence line.
Wow, a world with no chainsaws, my boys would call that paradise!
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Old 07-21-2015, 08:43 AM   #11884
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Question Where's the Beef .......

If this ever dies, can we re-start it ? Do we have to start from scratch Can it be a sequel

What was I thinking....
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Does anyone know Max49, the OP of this thread?
Haven't seen him posting anywhere lately so I sent him a PM alerting him of the great job of thread killing that we're doing and inviting him to join us in the race to 12,000! Hope this thread hasn't done him harm.
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Does anyone know Max49, the OP of this thread?
Haven't seen him posting anywhere lately so I sent him a PM alerting him of the great job of thread killing that we're doing and inviting him to join us in the race to 12,000! Hope this thread hasn't done him harm.
It may be possible, that through some sort of reverse supernatural physiological effect by the NNDGers, that they have killed him instead of the thread by keeping this thread alive!

Wouldn't want to go to bed with that on my conscience!

Just sayin!
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