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#1: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-20 12:54:39 by WoodsChick

Chris Buckley wrote:
> I was going to bring my Bagle, anyone else bringing a
> dawg??? any problems doing so???

There's only a problem if he barks all the damn time. I, for one, would
be quite distressed by a dog in camp that barks all the damn time.

Oh, and he has to get along with Sandy (The Harrell's dog) because she
is the Canine Queen of The Fest.

Baumgartner is a great place for a dog.


Tami-

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#2: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-20 16:50:17 by mweaver

WoodsChick wrote:
> Oh, and he has to get along with Sandy (The Harrell's dog) because she
> is the Canine Queen of The Fest.
>
> Baumgartner is a great place for a dog.


yeah, people normally bring a dog or 2. i usually park a little bit
away because i normally travel with cats, but i think i'm leaving
squeak and ashley home this time. the trailer has to spend half a day
getting some warranty work done on the water system in jerome, and i
don't really have a safe cool place to put them, so i'll just have a
neighbor feed them while i'm gone.

mw

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#3: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-20 16:57:12 by yosef

I'm not bringing Hershel & Elki to the 'fest - they will be attending
the post-fest riding up north however.

-Wellen

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#4: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-20 21:08:13 by Chris Buckley

WoodsChick wrote:
> Chris Buckley wrote:
>> I was going to bring my Bagle, anyone else bringing a
>> dawg??? any problems doing so???
>
> There's only a problem if he barks all the damn time. I, for one, would
> be quite distressed by a dog in camp that barks all the damn time.
Kinda the way I am about women who brag about how good they
can ride :) :) ;)

>
> Oh, and he has to get along with Sandy (The Harrell's dog) because she
> is the Canine Queen of The Fest.
Jakey-boy is great with other dawgs (Especially the opposite
whatever. (kinda like his old man)
>
> Baumgartner is a great place for a dog.
The Boy and I am looking forward to seeing YOU and everyone
else there!!!!!

>
>
> Tami-
>
Chris

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#5: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-20 22:57:23 by tntharrell

Chris Buckley wrote:
> WoodsChick wrote:
> > Chris Buckley wrote:
> >> I was going to bring my Bagle, anyone else bringing a
> >> dawg??? any problems doing so???
> >
> > There's only a problem if he barks all the damn time. I, for one, would
> > be quite distressed by a dog in camp that barks all the damn time.
> Kinda the way I am about women who brag about how good they
> can ride :) :) ;)

No sweat, Tami rides much better than she lets on, mostly. She crashes
better, too, but that's just because she does everything with a high
level of enthusiasm.

> > Oh, and he has to get along with Sandy (The Harrell's dog) because she
> > is the Canine Queen of The Fest.
> Jakey-boy is great with other dawgs (Especially the opposite
> whatever. (kinda like his old man)

Sandy's a bitch, but Theresa loves Beagles and will not let Sandy pick
on one. Sandy gets along pretty well with most dogs after an initial
tense period of introduction.

> > Baumgartner is a great place for a dog.

Sandy agrees.

> The Boy and I am looking forward to seeing YOU and everyone
> else there!!!!!

See ya there Chris.

Tim H

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#6: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-21 04:13:40 by Wudsracer

&gt;On Thu, 20 Jul 2006 19:08:13 GMT, Chris Buckley &lt;<a href="mailto:cnbuckley&#64;less.spam.earthlink.net" target="_blank">cnbuckley&#64;less.spam.earthlink.net</a>&gt; wrote:
&gt;
&gt;The Boy and I am looking forward to seeing YOU and everyone
&gt;else there!!!!!
&gt;
&gt;Chris


I'm really looking forward to getting to shake your hand, Chris.

Jim

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#7: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-21 06:42:51 by WoodsChick

Chris Buckley wrote:
&gt; WoodsChick wrote:
&gt; &gt; Chris Buckley wrote:
&gt; &gt;&gt; I was going to bring my Bagle, anyone else bringing a
&gt; &gt;&gt; dawg??? any problems doing so???
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; There's only a problem if he barks all the damn time. I, for one, would
&gt; &gt; be quite distressed by a dog in camp that barks all the damn time.
&gt; Kinda the way I am about women who brag about how good they
&gt; can ride :) :) ;)

Alright...that's it! I'm gonna show you a wheel, Mister. No more Mrs
Nice Guy!

&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Oh, and he has to get along with Sandy (The Harrell's dog) because she
&gt; &gt; is the Canine Queen of The Fest.
&gt; Jakey-boy is great with other dawgs (Especially the opposite
&gt; whatever. (kinda like his old man)

That's good to know. I'd hate for Sandy to have to show Jake a wheel,
too.

&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Baumgartner is a great place for a dog.
&gt; The Boy and I am looking forward to seeing YOU and everyone
&gt; else there!!!!!

And I'm looking forward to seeing you and that handsome young son of
yours. He *is* ditching the girlfriend for the week, right??

I'm so glad you're coming to Idaho, Chris.


&gt; Chris

Tami-

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#8: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-21 06:56:07 by WoodsChick

Tim H wrote:
&gt; Chris Buckley wrote:
&gt; &gt; WoodsChick wrote:
&gt; &gt; &gt; Chris Buckley wrote:
&gt; &gt; &gt;&gt; I was going to bring my Bagle, anyone else bringing a
&gt; &gt; &gt;&gt; dawg??? any problems doing so???
&gt; &gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; &gt; There's only a problem if he barks all the damn time. I, for one, would
&gt; &gt; &gt; be quite distressed by a dog in camp that barks all the damn time.
&gt; &gt; Kinda the way I am about women who brag about how good they
&gt; &gt; can ride :) :) ;)
&gt;
&gt; No sweat, Tami rides much better than she lets on, mostly.

Cut it out, Tim. You're eroding my advantage. You know, old short
broken-up woman on a weird playbike...no one expects much out of me.

(Hey, waitaminnit...I *am* an old short broken-up woman on a weird
playbike...it's a wonder I can ride at all!)

&gt; She crashes
&gt; better, too, but that's just because she does everything with a high
&gt; level of enthusiasm.

Hey, if it's worth doing at all, it's worth doing well.
I'd be World Champion by now if I could replace half that enthusiasm
with talent.

&gt;
&gt; &gt; &gt; Oh, and he has to get along with Sandy (The Harrell's dog) because she
&gt; &gt; &gt; is the Canine Queen of The Fest.
&gt; &gt; Jakey-boy is great with other dawgs (Especially the opposite
&gt; &gt; whatever. (kinda like his old man)
&gt;
&gt; Sandy's a bitch, but Theresa loves Beagles and will not let Sandy pick
&gt; on one. Sandy gets along pretty well with most dogs after an initial
&gt; tense period of introduction.
&gt;
&gt; &gt; &gt; Baumgartner is a great place for a dog.
&gt;
&gt; Sandy agrees.

Speaking of enthusiasm...

&gt;
&gt; &gt; The Boy and I am looking forward to seeing YOU and everyone
&gt; &gt; else there!!!!!
&gt;
&gt; See ya there Chris.

How many days to go?

&gt;
&gt; Tim H

Tami-

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#9: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-21 09:18:19 by Tim H

&quot;WoodsChick&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:TamiRowell&#64;msn.com" target="_blank">TamiRowell&#64;msn.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;
&gt; Tim H wrote:
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; No sweat, Tami rides much better than she lets on, mostly.
&gt;
&gt; Cut it out, Tim. You're eroding my advantage. You know, old short
&gt; broken-up woman on a weird playbike...no one expects much out of me.

Sorry.

&gt; (Hey, waitaminnit...I *am* an old short broken-up woman on a weird
&gt; playbike...it's a wonder I can ride at all!)

Sorry.

&gt;&gt; She crashes
&gt;&gt; better, too, but that's just because she does everything with a high
&gt;&gt; level of enthusiasm.
&gt;
&gt; Hey, if it's worth doing at all, it's worth doing well.
&gt; I'd be World Champion by now if I could replace half that enthusiasm
&gt; with talent.

Balance is so important in life.

&gt; How many days to go?

We'll be there in a week, pulling in Thursday evening or late Friday
morning. You guys showing up Saturday? You should push hard and get there
late Friday night; there should be lots of great mudholes to get stuck in
while driving across the flats in the dark.
We seem to be bringing a lot of freaking motorcycles, and I don't even get
to bring my KTM as a backup bike. I'm hoping that the proximity of Baxter's
spare 300 will prevent any mechanical failures in my bike, too.

Tim H
Spodefest load list: '04 GasGas EC300, '05 KTM 200EX/C, '03 Suzuki RM100,
'01 Yamaha TT-R125L, '00 Yamaha TT-R90

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#10: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-21 13:08:18 by WoodsChick

Tim H wrote:
&gt; We'll be there in a week, pulling in Thursday evening or late Friday
&gt; morning. You guys showing up Saturday? You should push hard and get there
&gt; late Friday night; there should be lots of great mudholes to get stuck in
&gt; while driving across the flats in the dark.

Gee, that sounds like a *lot* of fun, but no can do.
I think we're going to take that route Keith was talking about-out to
Elko and then north on some tiny little highway (252 to 51? Something
like that...) and up into Mt Home. It might take longer...or not...but
it's something new, it looks pretty, *and* we get to eat at King's
Buffet-the highlight of a trip to Elko.

&gt; We seem to be bringing a lot of freaking motorcycles, and I don't even get
&gt; to bring my KTM as a backup bike. I'm hoping that the proximity of Baxter's
&gt; spare 300 will prevent any mechanical failures in my bike, too.

I've found that aving a good spare close by tends to keep your bike in
pretty good running order.

&gt;
&gt; Tim H
&gt; Spodefest load list: '04 GasGas EC300, '05 KTM 200EX/C, '03 Suzuki RM100,
&gt; '01 Yamaha TT-R125L, '00 Yamaha TT-R90

Ok, let's see...5 bikes...4 people...that's not a bad ratio. Eric and I
are bringing 4 bikes (2 GG's and 2 WR's) for 2 people. Not to mention
one of em's getting strapped to the front of the van...

Tami-

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#11: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-21 17:19:20 by Geoff Glave

&quot;WoodsChick&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:TamiRowell&#64;msn.com" target="_blank">TamiRowell&#64;msn.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt; Ok, let's see...5 bikes...4 people...that's not a bad ratio. Eric and I
&gt; are bringing 4 bikes (2 GG's and 2 WR's) for 2 people. Not to mention
&gt; one of em's getting strapped to the front of the van...

Given that I don't have a third passenger yet, I'll be tossing in the
HellSickle as a semi-functional spare. It's a great pit bike, if nothing
else. Also good for blasting into town for parts or beer. It might
even be fun to ride up Iron Mountain.

-Jeff Deeney- DoD#0498 NCTR UTMA BRC COHVCO AMA
'99 ATK 260LQ-Stink Wheels '94 XR650L-HellSickle
We don't stop riding because we get old, we get old because we stop riding.

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#12: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-21 19:24:06 by DirtCrashr

On 21 Jul 2006 04:08:18 -0700, &quot;WoodsChick&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:TamiRowell&#64;msn.com" target="_blank">TamiRowell&#64;msn.com</a>&gt;
wrote:

&gt;Gee, that sounds like a *lot* of fun, but no can do.
&gt;I think we're going to take that route Keith was talking about-out to
&gt;Elko and then north on some tiny little highway (252 to 51? Something
&gt;like that...) and up into Mt Home. It might take longer...or not...but
&gt;it's something new, it looks pretty, *and* we get to eat at King's
&gt;Buffet-the highlight of a trip to Elko.

It's actually called &quot;Mountain City Highway&quot; and goes to Mountain
Home... You start over a couple ridges and then run down through a
horse-ranch valley, and then past a reservoir and down a canyon and
some more horse-ranch valleys - it's kinda green there for a while.
The you hit the border and it widens out to pasturelands and you start
heading across broader ridges and past volcanic crusty bluffs through
some pretty arid scrub.

Check it out on the google map starting with &quot;Elko, NV&quot; and use the
hybrid mode.
Once you hit the crop-circles it merges with 78 for a bit and you know
you're getting close to Mountain Home.

I guess it's the Sun Valley Hwy (20) that takes you to Baum?

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#13: Re: Dawgs at Spodefest??

Posted on 2006-07-23 19:20:49 by IdaSpode

On Fri, 21 Jul 2006 00:18:19 -0700, &quot;Tim H&quot; &lt;Tim
<a href="mailto:H&#64;somethingorother.com" target="_blank">H&#64;somethingorother.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&lt;snip&gt;
&gt;&gt; How many days to go?
&gt;
&gt;We'll be there in a week, pulling in Thursday evening or late Friday
&gt;morning. You guys showing up Saturday?

Tim,

I tried to come up with a tactful or humorous way to say this, but
came up empty, please don't hate me for being blunt, you know I love
you guys and I'm afraid of Teresa kicking my ass...

My trailer is up there, in a great spot, but I had to sacrifice a
measure of afternoon shade and &quot;coolness&quot; for a riverfront lot.

It's going to be hot, if you plan to run your generator(s) for
extended perioids of time, please don't set up camp right next to me.

Even though you have relatively quiet generators, it still bugs me to
no end to have a droning motor dominating the background sounds in
camp for hours on end. It's summer, it's hot, it's camping. The river
offers a superb method to cool off if needed... &lt;G&gt;

&gt;Tim H

IdaGrumpyOldMan

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