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is everyone ready? i sure cant wait to do some hardcore east coast wheelin!!!!!!!!!!!
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Almost! Still a couple of loose ends to tie up. At least the tow bars are done.[img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

I need to pull the GV in tonite and slap that disco on quick (I almost forgot). And hook up plate lites to avoid another confrontation with the man.

Mike got the plug converter.
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Taking the next 2 days off, swap the A/c pump on the weasel (On board air,) put the 33's back on, and load it, and service the trailer I am borrowing and I am ready to roll. can't leave till friday afternoon as the boy is in school till 2. Pick him up and we are off!
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Glenn, Give me a jingle on my cell before you leave. Might just work out that we can meet along the way and caravan. You leaving at 2 will put you down my way just as Shan and I are leaving.
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Sniff. You guys have a great time and take lots of pix. Jim
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Will do Tim.
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I am almost ready, I think. The pressure is almost over. Now I am getting so excited I can't sleep at night. We have another guide. So now we have 4. They are volunteering. I think it would be nice if we could take a collection and pay for their camping. After all they are saving us $125.00 a day each. What do you think?
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Pass the hat at the campfire, We should be able to cover it.
Good Idea and thanks for the leg work, I know what fun it is to put one of these on. (Really it is fun! for the most part...)
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Definately be worth it this weekend. Can't wait.
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Glenn/Jeff -

When we take a step back, and see all the trucks and the people (friends) that come with them, and see all the excitement and joy, the effort and sacrifice we make seems very worth it.

This will be the biggest Suzuki-only event that has EVER taken place in the northeast. I, for one, am very proud of that and even prouder to have helped in creating it. You should be to.

I hope each year see this event grow by leaps and bounds. We have a mission, 100 rigs for 2003!

And a mission to ensure Jeff makes it to Zookin' this fall.
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