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    How are these dates?? June 17/18 June 24/25 July 15/16 July 22/23
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    why would you need to be paid to not go??
    You'd be surprised how often I am paid not to be somewhere!

    It was just a continuation of my joke for the other rally thread...

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    You'd be surprised how often I am paid not to be somewhere!

    It was just a continuation of my joke for the other rally thread...

    Ahhhh.... how bout you just give me $100 and I'll let you not be there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    How are these dates?? June 17/18 June 24/25 July 15/16 July 22/23
    June 17/18 is Ricks BBQ. I vote for one of the dates in July--doesn't matter winch ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team
    June 17/18 is Ricks BBQ. I vote for one of the dates in July--doesn't matter winch ;-)
    ahhh good point scratch that one

    so then July 15/16 or July 22/23
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    Either date is great with us. I am psyched! I will advise that you put a heavy coat of wax on your nice paint or you might end up with some Pine Tree Pinstriping on Fosters! There are so many ways to go--Indian Pond is a nice ride, as is Moxie Pond. Are we thinking about putting out a new cache or two for the event? It's too bad the old Road Kill Cafe in Greenville is gone--that was a favorite destination--Bambi on a bun, a side of Cattails and a yard of ale--yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The G Team
    It's too bad the old Road Kill Cafe in Greenville is gone--that was a favorite destination--Bambi on a bun, a side of Cattails and a yard of ale--yum!
    Those owners now operate another restaurant in Greenville called The Black Frog. (Last I knew anyway.) Same type of menu, the Moose Balls, the Chicken that didn't make it across the road, Moosehead Mis-Steak.

    Here's a little preview of their "Top 10:"

    THE TOP TEN
    Answers To The Most Frequently Asked Questions:

    1.
    A deer becomes a moose at age 4.
    2. Yes, there are lobsters in Moosehead Lake but they are very small.
    3. We know all about the Road Kill Cafe but we're tired of talking about it. If you insist, the bartender can give you the details.
    4. 38 below zero.
    5. No.
    6. A little over 6"
    7. 32 miles long, 300 islands and 518 miles of shoreline.
    8. It burned - get over it.
    9. Yes, you can get there from here but you won't like it.
    10. That's not how you pronounce Kokadjo.

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    So, lunch at The Black Frog it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cameoooooo
    Those owners now operate another restaurant in Greenville called The Black Frog. (Last I knew anyway.) Same type of menu, the Moose Balls, the Chicken that didn't make it across the road, Moosehead Mis-Steak.

    Here's a little preview of their "Top 10:"

    THE TOP TEN
    Answers To The Most Frequently Asked Questions:

    1.
    A deer becomes a moose at age 4.
    2. Yes, there are lobsters in Moosehead Lake but they are very small.
    3. We know all about the Road Kill Cafe but we're tired of talking about it. If you insist, the bartender can give you the details.
    4. 38 below zero.
    5. No.
    6. A little over 6"
    7. 32 miles long, 300 islands and 518 miles of shoreline.
    8. It burned - get over it.
    9. Yes, you can get there from here but you won't like it.
    10. That's not how you pronounce Kokadjo.
    LOL! We loved the Road Kill Cafe - I remember the Chicken that Didn't Cross the Road! We're planning on a caching trip to this area on Monday to try out our new Garmin GPSMap 60csx, so we'll have lunch here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    how many would still be interested if we turned this into an overnight event?? play around by the fosters solitude cache, hit a few in the area, head up to greenville, camp out at lilly bay, then hit a few more the next day???
    If we're headed to 4 wheel heaven......I mean Greenville area. How about taking the kayaks and doing Indian Pond? FFFramers Underwater Railroad.
    Hiram, I'm startin to warm up to you now. The Team Tahoe has plenty of room too. Both inside and under it.
    Why not live life like it is your last day....instead of pretending to be a member of the Peter Pan Club and believing you will be around forever.

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