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Old 03-09-2013, 05:03 PM   #181
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Most air pads that are small enough to actually carry on a motorcycle are self inflating. They have a sponge layer that compresses when you roll them up, but you roll them out and open a valve, 15 minutes later, they are "blown up" on there own.
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Old 03-09-2013, 05:43 PM   #182
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I have a twin air mattress and a small 12v pump. Cheap and a lot thicker. Those self inflating once are very thin.

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Old 03-09-2013, 07:45 PM   #183
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I have a twin air mattress and a small 12v pump. Cheap and a lot thicker. Those self inflating once are very thin.

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I must have just gotten used to them, I guess. I don't mind them at all..... especially when it's inside the hammock!
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Old 03-09-2013, 07:50 PM   #184
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I must have just gotten used to them, I guess. I don't mind them at all..... especially when it's inside the hammock!
Hammock! Ha.

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Old 03-09-2013, 07:56 PM   #185
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I guess I need to get this show on the road.

Some of you have sent PM's to pay for a campsite, but I could not remember how I had the account set up. Now that I know, please chime in AGAIN on this thread, and I will PM you the paypal stuff. It will be easier to keep up with it this way. Streetndirt, SloDon, look for a PM

Right now, I'm in for 1 non electric. 11 to go EDIT - 9 to go, the Honorable Slopez and Capt.Street&dirt are both in!

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Old 03-09-2013, 08:03 PM   #186
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Old 03-10-2013, 06:52 PM   #187
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Got in a short ride from Jenny Ridge to Energy Lake and back. Campground looks nice. Everyone at the gate was very nice. Should be a great place to camp. All of the sites are mostly level with PLENTY of room for two or three tents.

On a side note. They have a huge ice machine and also a bottled drink machine at the office. They sell firewood, but there is PLENTY of dead fall around if you want a fire. I wouldnt advise entering the woods without spraying for ticks however. B loop has the oldest showever house, but it will be fine to wash the mud off. The other loops have all been upgraded to VERY NICE facilities and are just a few steps or ride away.

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Cool2 Google Doc Updated

I updated the reservations on the google doc posted earlier in the thread Updated Google Doc

Let's get Troy paid since he made the reservation.

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I updated the reservations on the google doc posted earlier in the thread Updated Google Doc

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I checked your link & it doesn't say which type of site I need. Please put me down for 2 nights of non-electric. I don't have a pay-pal account but, my wife does. I'll have her pay Troy some time today so this great ride can go off smoothly on my end.

P.S. I raise the chickeniest chickens who lay the eggiest eggs in all of Tennessee so if we get an accurate head count, I can probably bring enough eggs for one days breakfast as long as we got somebody willing to cook them. If this seems like a good idea let me know.

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I checked your link & it doesn't say which type of site I need. Please put me down for 2 nights of non-electric. I don't have a pay-pal account but, my wife does. I'll have her pay Troy some time today so this great ride can go off smoothly on my end.

P.S. I rise the chickeniest chickens who lay the eggiest eggs in all of Tennessee so if we get an accurate head count, I can probably bring enough eggs for one days breakfast as long as we got somebody willing to cook them. If this seems like a good idea let me know.
I'll have no problem cooking them if everyone wants to have breakfast one morning.

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I checked your link & it doesn't say which type of site I need. Please put me down for 2 nights of non-electric. I don't have a pay-pal account but, my wife does. I'll have her pay Troy some time today so this great ride can go off smoothly on my end.

P.S. I rise the chickeniest chickens who lay the eggiest eggs in all of Tennessee so if we get an accurate head count, I can probably bring enough eggs for one days breakfast as long as we got somebody willing to cook them. If this seems like a good idea let me know.

and if WS's chickens don't provide enough eggs, my girls will be glad to help too! I might even have a bit of thick cut bacon from one of my hogs to add to the griddle.
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please chime in AGAIN on this thread, and I will PM you the paypal stuff. It will be easier to keep up with it this way.
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PM the info to me and I'll get you paid!!
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Sweet! The way my girls have been laying, I should be good for 90 eggs easily. Between mine & HappyCRNAs girls we can probably feed everyone even if we push the attendance limit. Didn't I read earlier that we had to keep it under 70 riders to avoid an "event" fee?
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Didn't I read earlier that we had to keep it under 70 riders to avoid an "event" fee?
Technically, yes... I don't think that'll be a problem though.
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Sweet! The way my girls have been laying, I should be good for 90 eggs easily. Between mine & HappyCRNAs girls we can probably feed everyone even if we push the attendance limit. Didn't I read earlier that we had to keep it under 70 riders to avoid an "event" fee?
How are you gonna haul 90 eggs on the KLR? I guess you could break them into ziplock bags before hand.
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