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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 8:10 am


Very nice !!! Great pictures.

Thank you.

Looks like you all had some good weather....And a beautuful spot for a rally.Really a haul for the western guys !!
Wayne really gets around... 8-)

Byron, What happened to the eagle emblem on your door ? I dont see it ? I know there was one there...I got a picture of it at the Q.


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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 9:19 am


Really frustrated this morning, I had to sign in twice again to post, lost my first reply post so this one will be shorter.

This is a warning to those all attending the Santee Bus Rally this past weekend!! CHECK YOURSELF OVER GOOD AND YOUR PRECIOUS ANIMALS FOR "TICKS". To make the first LOST post shorter now Linda got one on her and we have no idea how long it was attached but the head still inside and we have to go to DR. to have removed. I have a nephew who got bit 15 years ago by one little pest and has had lyme disease since and his life has not been very pleasant by any means for him. This is real serious, our lives and our animals is at stake in the woods where we like to camp in their territoritory so they leave their mark on us when possible.

These little guys get ALL OVER in places you do not suspect they can. Use pesticides to deter these and all insects possible even if you do not like the smell, so what!! Protect yourself and your animals, get their flea and tick shots and anything else possible to protect them & you.

Other than that this rally was wonderful and all that attended I am sure are so glad that John & Tara Mellis stepped up to the plate to host it. We all thank you so much again, the only thing missing was the presence of Manny & Darlene Montisito, & Steve & Debbie Gains. As the song goes, (This Circle Will Not Be Broken), when you meet these guys you will see why.

Sorry for this warning, I thought it important enough to share with you as this critter has been having lunch for who knows how long and we never know what disease they may be carrying.

Drive Careful traveling all of you especially you West Coast bounders, we sure enjoyed meeting you all and enjoyed seeing what a fully converted, finished Eagle is supposed to look like. We are all inspired by seeing them.

Gary
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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:18 pm


John, I appreciate the picture of my engine. It is not Arthurs!!! I was the one going to throw up after I saw this!!!



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I told Bryon that it is not possible for a Detroit 2 cycle to be that clean, and it may be against the law in some states

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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 12:54 pm


92 series are easier to keep clean than 71 series once you fix the leaks a 71 is a leak looking for a place to happen.
You guys have a very rare photo here that is of Bryon parked in dirt and not washing his Eagle I am going to hold that one over his head for a long time thanks LOL that guy washes his Eagle when it snowing out side

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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:21 pm


I talked to Bryon about 2 p.m. est. He was getting on I-20 in Florence, SC when something came loose in the rear end. He was getting ready to be towed to tojoes to look at it.
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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 4:52 pm


ericbsc wrote:I talked to Bryon about 2 p.m. est. He was getting on I-20 in Florence, SC when something came loose in the rear end. He was getting ready to be towed to tojoes to look at it.


Sure hope it's not really, really bad news. Sure doesn't sound good though.
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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 5:59 pm


Sorry Eric, It was late & I was tired. I'll get that picture fixed. Thanks for posting the right one. Sorry to hear about Byron. Let me know if we can give him some help.
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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:12 pm


Just wanted to say that Claudette and me had a great time at this Rally. Guess maybe I should send my dues in now!!!! :o :o But then Di says she hasn't been home since Dec. We got to meet a bunch of new people and meet up with some old
friends. Weather was great, campground was good right on water.

Thank you John and Tara for a great rally, bring your Eagle to Murrells Inlet before your busy season starts, only 115 miles to my driveway and a full hookup!

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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:16 pm


Ed,
That sounds great. As soon as I get the A/C, plumbing, electrical, window, etc. problems under control we'll be on the move.
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Re: Cooling it in Carolina
Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:37 pm


Thank You John and Tara you put on a very nice rally. We are looking forward to your next rally so we can come out and be with youall. :lol:

Thank You Wayne and Lin
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