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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-11-2014, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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Hey Old Timers

Hey guys and gals, been forever since I have visited and still see some familiar faces!!!!!

2001 TJ Built, Wrecked, then Built Bigger, then rolled and fixed again, now rolled again. Do you see a pattern!!
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-11-2014, 05:31 PM
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Yep, I'm still here. Probably will be until my Jeep rusts away. Where are you hiding these days?

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I'm back in Farmington, MO again. Took a 1 year trip to Texas and was drawn back to Missouri. So back in your area of the world Jim.

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Well, if you're sitting around some time doing nothing, let's get together. I've been wanting to see that OR park some time, although I don't know if I will have a full day off any time soon.

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Jim are you talking about Wa****a? I'm not even sure if the park is still open, I thought the property was for sale. But I'm up for a trips if it's not to cold lol.

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Brad, I was talking about the park down your way, I thought not too far west of Farmington, but I'm having a senior moment and don't remember which town. Cold? heck, I haven't put the top on the Jeep yet, much less the plow, and now they're saying that we could get a couple inches of snow Saturday.

Something we could do if the weather is decent is take the motorhome over to Van Buren and spend a day in the Mark Twain. There are a llot of nice trails around there, but not much really challenging.

Nick, what part of St. Louis are you in? Or should I ask, where'd you go to high school?

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Brad, I was talking about the park down your way, I thought not too far west of Farmington, but I'm having a senior moment and don't remember which town. Cold? heck, I haven't put the top on the Jeep yet, much less the plow, and now they're saying that we could get a couple inches of snow Saturday.

Something we could do if the weather is decent is take the motorhome over to Van Buren and spend a day in the Mark Twain. There are a llot of nice trails around there, but not much really challenging.

Nick, what part of St. Louis are you in? Or should I ask, where'd you go to high school?
Lol, we are located in Earth City

I'm originally from Kansas City but moved here in May 2013 when I started with DD.

Classic STL question lol

Come visit us sometime if you are ever in the area

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Good to see you drop in Brad.


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Brad!!!!!!!

Ya only go around once, best to enjoy it the first trip.
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