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Old 06-30-2009, 09:07 PM   #16
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well, hide yer women and yer sheep...speshullee the ones what got purdy mouths an' sech. It looks like the fwbeez will be makin' the pilgrumijj north in mass tuh do sum sociabullizin'. I wouldn't be surprised if that ol' salty sea dog name uh sailor jerry doesn't try tuh stow hiz self away somewheres. We gots spaces reserved fer the teepees. I hear it's sposed tuh be nice an cool fer outdoor sleepin' satidy night. Lukin' forward to it.
Thanks for the warning!

We'll definitely need more volunteers for the safety patrol now. Guess I need to go rent some riot gear too?

If yawl don't make it in for tha fridee nite IHSTO camporee grubfest, then ya better make up for it with the krew on satidee.

I knew that little teeze aboutta short bus would lite you boyz fire, yawl spent many hours lookin' for the shortee back in the day I'm sure.
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:28 PM   #17
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Yeah, we're gunna miss Friday, but we'll join in the grubfest satidy. That would be the shorty bbq feed, right? Or is there a club potluck instead? I wuz pushin' for a longer layover so that we could do some wheelin' and then layover at the u Sunday night on our way home, but had to take what I could get and be damn happy with it, which I am. Sailor jerry sez I shud still tow hooty up behind big red. He sez the boys cud head home in red on Sunday and I could wheel hooty and then ride him home, but jerry never has been one to think about the potential repercussions of such wild ideas.
Yep, I know all about them short busses. You don't grow up in daze crick, orygun without gittin' tuh spend some quality time either ridin' one of 'em or chasin' after some purdy little sb rider in pigtails. I ain't sayin' which cateegoree I belong to. Now dagnabit jerry! That's too much information for these readers.
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Old 07-01-2009, 06:45 AM   #18
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Anyone wanting any parts brought up to the show need to make your order now as we will not be bringing up a lot of extra inventory.
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Old 07-06-2009, 08:13 AM   #19
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The Binder Bee committee folks did a walkthrough at the powerland facility yesterday and all is good to go!

Two changes to the show grounds layout we posted earlier...bee registration will now be right at the main entrance to the grounds as you come down the entrance road. The traffic pattern is no longer diverted because of various construction projects.

Registration will be the first stop for participants for check-in. Other show visitors and the general public should park in the huge parking area just outside the fence and walk through the main entrance...and again...the bee is providing free admission to the powerland facility for our event!

Once you have received your registration packet, you May proceed to the campground and your reserved space, then return to the powerland office and settle up with the powerland staff. If you are not camping, then just go find your spot on the show and shine line and settle in! Registration opens at 8am on Friday morning....and again on Saturday. There will be no registration on Sunday.

We are also moving the "small engine" display area away from the blacksmith shop. We'll have an enclosed area under the trees adjacent to the windmill and the light plant so that the engines May be operated if desired. If you are planning to run your engine, don't forget to have a fire extinguisher beside it!
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Old 07-06-2009, 09:42 AM   #20
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I'm bringing up a surprise for the kids. Only clue I'll give is that there's candy involved, a stick and a tractor.
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Old 07-06-2009, 09:52 AM   #21
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I'm bringing up a surprise for the kids. Only clue I'll give is that there's candy involved, a stick and a tractor.
Lemme guess...ya found a really nice kub kadet, yore fillin' it with baklava, and bringin' ginuwine ihon baseball bats or Yukon axle shafts???? I'll have a comealong we can string the kadet up inna tree with!
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Old 07-06-2009, 10:32 AM   #22
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Really lookin forward to pics and what not from the bee. Hopefully one day I can bring m junk to show off =d
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Old 07-07-2009, 01:06 PM   #23
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Last minute tweeks are being made for the bee right now! This just in as a reminder:

reminder: registration opens Friday morning, 7/10 at 8am

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campers pot luck Friday night at 6pm, hosted by IHSTO at our trailer in the rv camp................bring your favorite dish!!!! Non-campers, exhibitors/sponsors, and powerland associates are all invited to attend and bring their favorite dishes too!


Also...please review the grounds layout in post #5, we've just revised it to reflect some recent developments!
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Old 07-08-2009, 07:31 PM   #24
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Here we come to crash the party. Jeff and I are leaving at 6am in the morning. Got the ol ih350 loaded down pretty good.

See you guys tomorrow!!!

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Old 07-08-2009, 08:16 PM   #25
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We are planning to attend and hope to be driving our t-all.

I do ask forgiveness in advance for the ride our little girl has. She was given a j**p stroller and she just loves it!

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Old 07-08-2009, 08:41 PM   #26
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we are planning to attend and hope to be driving our t-all.

I do ask forgiveness in advance for the ride our little girl has. She was given a j**p stroller and she just loves it!
Yawl could ride down in the yugo and we wouldn't care! We're just glad to have yawl with us!
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:48 PM   #27
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here we come to crash the party. Jeff and I are leaving at 6am in the morning. Got the ol ih350 loaded down pretty good.

See you guys tomorrow!!!

That looks like the same camper Joe and joanna resurrected and parked here a few years back! Did ya find it on tha side of the road down by atascadero where it blew off their truck??

It'll fit right in around the boneyard here, ya can park right up next to wilbur! But we'll put the projectmobile in the shop! Whatta surprise yore draggin' it up here!!! There's gonna be quite a few rigs making their national debut at the bee so yawl will be in good company!
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Old 07-09-2009, 07:52 AM   #28
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We're gone! Anyone needin' bee info...call me at 510.501.3680.
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Old 07-09-2009, 12:19 PM   #29
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Looks like I missed the early bird reg.... And the "just in time".... O-well. That just means IHSTO gets more bonus money from me!!


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Old 07-09-2009, 11:24 PM   #30
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Have a good show guys
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