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View Poll Results: 07 Invasion Location
Ouray - home base at KOA like always 16 69.57%
Ouray - split camp between KOA and back country at another site near Ouray 4 17.39%
Moab UT 1 4.35%
Salida CO 1 4.35%
Pigeon Ditch (Dove Creek) 0 0%
Animas Forks Area (back country) 1 4.35%
Lizard Head (USFS campground at Matterhorn) 0 0%
Clayton Area 0 0%
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Old 08-12-2006, 10:47 AM
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shhhhh...laughing leads to dancing!

......and dancing leads to sex........................

Ssshhhhhhhhhhh!
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Old 08-12-2006, 03:11 PM
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... The 2006 FSJ KOA party.



Here our friend Flat Black removes his teeth so they won't break when he hits the ground! ...J/K...
... Matt (out of the PIC at the right side) is squeezing the bottle because he thinks it’s an Agave root and getting more juice (or was it worms?) not knowing we had another full bottle.
… This was the quietest and most FUN KOA Party we’ve been to and that was good because there was a house 100 feet straight up above us. One thing that helped keep the noise level down is that there was no radio playing loud music like before.

Have a good one and “Jeep Jeep!” CUL.. Don S..

Don... I been wonderin when your campfire pix were gonna come out! After we spread Butter's ashes at Yankee Boy Basin, I was ready for the FSJ Agave cure with friends around the camp fire. Made for a fuzzy head when we got off to Imogene the next day. Indeed fun! Flatbackdragon saved me the embarrasment of falling over first that night. Whew... that was close. Shoot, he weren't embarassed at awl tho!
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Old 08-12-2006, 05:35 PM
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I thought we did a pretty good job of self regulating at the KOA spot. No radio certainly helped. There was some loud talk and laughing but no Shouting.

We just need to talk to the management and ask them what they really think. If they are okay with us being up, talking, with a small fire and no radio until 2am or so then okay. If they are not okay with that, well, we find another place.

Maybe we could find a good party spot and have someone be the designated driver to bring folks to and from camp.
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Old 08-12-2006, 09:21 PM
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Flint;

... You and Agave did a wonderful of crowd control even though some of them had passed out before the RV guys woke up.




Steve is Placing the Party Pass Out Pad !

Have a good one and “Jeep Jeep!” CUL.. Don S..
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Old 08-13-2006, 01:42 AM
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And uglyjeepling is looking at that tequila bottle like it's the (or a) blessed virgin! And by the way - He got the most ohs and ahs when we explained who and why we are our screen name. I think all the girls wanted to give him mushy hugs at that ppoint.
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Old 08-13-2006, 10:32 PM
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Flint;

... You and Agave did a wonderful of crowd control even though some of them had passed out before the RV guys woke up.




Steve is Placing the Party Pass Out Pad !

Have a good one and “Jeep Jeep!” CUL.. Don S..

Wow! Is Steve laying a canvas bag over the spewed tequila or is he trying to cover up poor ole FlatBlack? And where is Flint pointing to? Is he spotting Joe coming around an FSJ? One other thing...who's the guy holding the tequila bottle? He doesn't look like a Texan...we "pose" when given a bottle of Tequila
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:41 AM
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Yep, I’ve had a lot of experience around the campfire. In this case an extra doggie blanket was in order to keep the chill off. Then I couldn’t stand to look at his face lying in the dirt for another hour so I grabbed the blanket out of my truck and put it under his head.

Matt had a death grip on that bottle of tequila all night long. Someone should have told him we had another bottle or two.


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Old 08-14-2006, 09:07 AM
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i just had a flashback to the "Up The Creek" movie when the bear grabs the little dentist guy (Seth Green) and carries him off in her mouth to the cave and forces him to eat raw rabbits..


dangit..missed all the good stuff by stumbling off to the tent too early.
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Old 08-14-2006, 09:12 AM
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......and dancing leads to sex........................

Ssshhhhhhhhhhh!

trust me..my mp3 player drowned out EVERYTHING. (everything but Flint's exclamations when he came back for Phils dog blanket..that was funny)

And I promptly forgot anything I heard said by drunken campmates
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Old 08-14-2006, 03:18 PM
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Matt had a death grip on that bottle of tequila all night long. Someone should have told him we had another bottle or two.

Matt was just trying to save FB from drinking more. What a pal!
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Old 08-14-2006, 06:57 PM
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well thank you Matt
I had been praying to Ladon (the dragon in constellation Draco) for that bottle of scorpion juice to go away!
only happens once a year and y'all got to see it, ya very welcome.
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Old 08-14-2006, 09:23 PM
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......and dancing leads to sex........................

Ssshhhhhhhhhhh!
What did I miss by going to bed around midnight??? The last I saw flatback was hunched over in his chair, y'all had almost finished off the second bottle of agave juice flint was feeling no pain and neither were the Agave sisters!!!
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Old 08-14-2006, 10:06 PM
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What did I miss by going to bed around midnight??? The last I saw flatback was hunched over in his chair, y'all had almost finished off the second bottle of agave juice flint was feeling no pain and neither were the Agave sisters!!!

I dunno Charlie! Seems all of us that stayed up past midnight have a different recollection as to the evenings events. I don't remember getting my dog's jeep blankie for Phil, but it seems Flint did so. Flint sez I went back to camp before he did, but I recall sitting up with Matt and discussing life, the universe, and everything with him until who knows when?!! I'm not sure what happened to everyone else........ ????
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Old 08-15-2006, 09:09 PM
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I dunno Charlie! Seems all of us that stayed up past midnight have a different recollection as to the evenings events. I don't remember getting my dog's jeep blankie for Phil, but it seems Flint did so. Flint sez I went back to camp before he did, but I recall sitting up with Matt and discussing life, the universe, and everything with him until who knows when?!! I'm not sure what happened to everyone else........ ????

HMM Don't you just hate it when that happens you wake up and try to figure out
A. What happened?
B. Where am I?
C. Who is making all that racket and hogging the covers?!!
Well maybe C. wouldn't pertain to this case!
<----- Me racing away and hoping I get out alive LOL
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Old 08-16-2006, 11:57 AM
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I vote for KOA

Moab is nice, but too hot in the middle of summer. And we can always do it in spring in addition to the summer Invasion.

How come no one got a picture of me taking my teeth out?
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Moab is nice, but too hot in the middle of summer. And we can always do it in spring in addition to the summer Invasion.

How come no one got a picture of me taking my teeth out?

I think the poll purty much tells the story...

Your teeth come out? Why on earth for?

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Your wag still up at the ruins?

IN ruins...
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Old 08-20-2006, 08:49 PM
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I think the poll purty much tells the story...

Your teeth come out? Why on earth for?



IN ruins...
OH boy Oh boy time to start planning for next year LOL
Hey Black Bart we need to talk about what we are going to do with CROM between now and then!!!
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Old 09-18-2006, 08:28 PM
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Man, I need more internet time..... Guess it's time to start planning Ouray.
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Man, I need more internet time..... Guess it's time to start planning Ouray.

Yup, get that tractor up there and I'll bring my strap
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