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View Poll Results: Will you be going to our meet n greet n eat at wellsville?
Yep 10 66.67%
No, I'm staying home to read Jeep magazines 1 6.67%
Meet n Greet with no wheelin would have been better 1 6.67%
Wish I could, but that's laundry day. (Jeep's Broken) 3 20.00%
Voters: 15. You may not vote on this poll

 
Unread 05-07-2009, 10:32 AM   #31
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly

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Unread 05-07-2009, 10:35 AM   #32
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly
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Unread 05-07-2009, 10:35 AM   #33
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly
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Unread 05-07-2009, 10:36 AM   #34
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly
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Unread 05-07-2009, 10:37 AM   #35
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly
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Unread 05-07-2009, 10:38 AM   #36
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly
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Unread 05-07-2009, 10:40 AM   #37
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly
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Unread 05-07-2009, 10:40 AM   #38
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You are very welcome, I assure you will have a great time. I have wheeled there for the past 16 years now and still manage to find a trail that I've never been on. There are trails for any skill level, modified or stock jeep. You WILL have a good time!

Mike

Mike,

Thanks for helping this group out. Bob Crow and I spoke about this last night. We were both relieved to see you step up. We know you will take good care of these kids.

My offer to allow this group into JS free of charge on the 16th for a private event stands good.

-Kelly
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Unread 05-07-2009, 12:21 PM   #39
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There ya go Kelly, this is more of the guy I here about. An all around decent guy.

So you planning on coming out with us if someone has an empty seat?
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Unread 05-07-2009, 12:53 PM   #40
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Everyone will be fine. As long as you all come prepared with front and rear tow points, CB and a full size spare, I will get you in and out without any issues. This is not my first rodeo with stockers or rookies, I am always glad to show a new group of wheelers the right way to do things on the trail.

Thanks for the kudos Kelly. That is very nice of you to offer JS to these guy's, however, there is no harm in them wanting to explore other areas. There are a lot of new trails opening up within a couple on hours of here, it would be a shame for people to not take full advantage of visiting all of them while they can, I know I will.

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Unread 05-07-2009, 01:51 PM   #41
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^^ I'd say we should hit Wellsville while it's still open. We'll get our butts to jeepskool eventually.

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Unread 05-07-2009, 02:54 PM   #42
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Im going to fireball truck night on friday. I was going to go to the Lima 4-wheel jamboree but id rather go wheeling plus never been to wellsville so ill be there with mike (MBRUBICON) and mabey some other rigs..And every one should go check out jeepskool. I went for april and the one in may and cant wait for the upcoming months its a great time...lots of variety...?
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Unread 05-07-2009, 06:28 PM   #43
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Mike knows the area well we both have been going there for years. Mike can take the hard core out if there is a lot of us. I'm the old guy and I can take the more stock out. I've just spent to much money on my XJ the last few weeks and can't afford anything else right now to go wrong. I have a hand held CB for some one to use if any one doesn't have one.
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If it's ok with everyone, I'll bring my Grizzly 660, and My dad might come with his rhino 700 if he's not working.
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If it's ok with everyone, I'll bring my Grizzly 660, and My dad might come with his rhino 700 if he's not working.
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