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Old 09-26-2013, 11:30 AM   #241
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Anyone bringing a bbq pit? What are we going to be cooking on? Or is this a live off of beer only weekend?
We are bringing a small one. I'm sure someone else may bring one.
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I read on the side of my Coor's can that it was a "banquet beer". Looks like I got it all covered.
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We are bringing a small one. I'm sure someone else may bring one.
I would like to clarify that statement, he was referring to the grill.
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:32 PM   #245
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I would like to clarify that statement, he was referring to the grill.
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Old 09-26-2013, 02:03 PM   #246
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Anyone bringing a bbq pit? What are we going to be cooking on? Or is this a live off of beer only weekend?
In big bend we cooked soup on our CRF150F headers.
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I need to summarize, correct me if I'm wrong...

Kelly's Pond is meet up point

crack of dawn saturday, ride early

Bike stickers and park fees not needed

Spark arrestor is very very strongly encouraged

Food and beer needed

You can ride all night with head and tail lights

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In big bend we cooked soup on our CRF150F headers.
Are you serious? Nobody considered just eating cold soup?
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Big question in my mind is....how f'ing muddy is it out there? I still don't want to get my bike all dirty.
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Are you serious? Nobody considered just eating cold soup?
When you got a hot header, it's 50 degrees out, and cold soup you don't around and play cold soup games. No sir, you play hot soup, burn your fingers, how the do we open this thing, am I burning my lips or am I just so drunk I think I am burning my lips, I spilled it on my crotch again, I think I'm still eating the unburned contents but it all tastes like , games.
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Big question in my mind is....how f'ing muddy is it out there? I still don't want to get my bike all dirty.
Only one way to find out. Shouldn't be too bad. It rained there on Friday and that was it. They have had warm sunny days ever since.
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Stickers are still required, the daily park fee is waived.

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I need to summarize, correct me if I'm wrong...

Kelly's Pond is meet up point

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Spark arrestor is very very strongly encouraged

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According to my calculations the amount of preciptable water dropped in the last 7 weeks is directly proportional to the linear horizontal stature of the boundary layer. Therefore the trails wont be muddy
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Yeah, what he said. And who said pants were a requirement? I have a note from my mom saying I don't have to wear pants.
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Yeah, what he said. And who said pants were a requirement? I have a note from my mom saying I don't have to wear pants.
Yeaa but I think that letter from the judge that says you MUST wear pants at all times overrules the letter from your mommy. We dont need another one of THOSE accidents remember?
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Yeaa but I think that letter from the judge that says you MUST wear pants at all times overrules the letter from your mommy. We dont need another one of THOSE accidents remember?
And they must have a platstic non-stick liner...
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Who is all running a headlight? Where can I find one cheap today?!!must be battery operated...
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Who is all running a headlight? Where can I find one cheap today?!!must be battery operated...
I got some cheap 1200 lumen mountain bike lights on amazon. They are $20 and bright as . Like almost as bright as the one on the Husky when they are both on. You would have to order them though. Most of the ones from the bike shops are expensive but you could call around. If you can find an LED headlight somewhere in town you can just wire it to an RC battery or one of those ballistic batteries they have at Houston Superbikes. I may be able to just get by with one strapped to my helmet so you can use the other. I have some mounting plates that can just zip ty to your helmet. Takes 3 minutes to get it mounted and it will run for about 2.5 to 3 hours maybe more.
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Yeaa but I think that letter from the judge that says you MUST wear pants at all times overrules the letter from your mommy. We dont need another one of THOSE accidents remember?
I'm fairly certain the statute of limitations is up on that offense and the restraining order has been lifted. I declare this a no pants weekend.
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im thinking i may just bring the 70 and putt around at the back.. Saturday is getting close and drz is not ready, and im getting lazy
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