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Post by Fitti88 on 5/7/2010, 1:13 pm

BMMC in da house! thx for sticker again Joshua
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Post by Guest on 5/7/2010, 3:50 pm

You're welcome man!

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Post by MustangFanatic07 on 5/7/2010, 6:00 pm

Horseback riding?
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Post by Guest on 5/16/2010, 12:26 am

Okay, so having recently won numerous passes to Arbuckle Wilderness, this might also be an option. Perhaps a two day trip, go do the wilderness drive, carefully avoiding the Ostrich head that will PECK YOUR EYES OUT! And then over to Lake Murray, procure a few cabins and hang by the lake. Drive by via the lake, back roads.

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Post by 03_sh@ker on 5/16/2010, 11:40 am

groupset wrote:Good suggestions, Sandy! I like the float trip; Talimena Drive; Hot Springs; and maybe the Texas Motor Speedway. A ski cruise might not be practical - I've gone skiing for years; it wouldn't be a fun trip for those that have never been skiing. It's harder than it looks, and it's best if newbies take at least a half-day lesson. Plus, it's pretty expensive (lodging; lift tickets; food); not to mention there are always travel risks if you go anywhere decent such as the Rockies. I've never been in anything less than a front-wheel drive vehicle and wouldn't take the Mustang up in the high country in winter.


Agreed on taking a mustang on a ski/snowboarding trip.. We went to breckenridge in January and I only saw 1 mustang the whole time.. & we had problems driving a mazda hatch lol. It would be a fun trip tho. We went with a huge group and shared a condo so it cost around $350-500 per person. They all sound pretty fun... I'm thinking Hot Springs would be an awesome trip.
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Post by 98tulsaslobra on 5/20/2010, 11:58 am

Float trip - which I will need to learn how to swim, get a tan and lose 50 lbs. Willing to try, not floating with Jared, need someone I can trust, and at least 2 life preservers. Thanks to Jerry for coming up with this idea that will scare the Bajeesus out of me.
Never floated but that sounds fun :D
Working cowboy ranch - Found several, would be cool to spend the day herding cows, then sleep in a bunkhouse
...?
Ghost tour - That was gonna happen last year, but got veto'd. We could do one closer than New Mexico.
Sounds pretty cool, even though i refuse to believe!
Kansas Quirky Tour - See the giant ball of yarn (Paul's favorite, lol) and other weird stuff, I believe there is even a Circus Freak Graveyard
...?
Ski Trip - I've never been skiing, but I am convinced that I would look ravishing in a snow bunny suit.
Sounds fun :D
Talimena Drive - Down to Heavner to see the Runestone, take the scenic drive in Oklahoma's version of mountains.
Nice cruise idea =)
Alabaster Caverns - Western Oklahoma has some great plateaus and scenery, might skip the Great Salt Plains for obvious "paint" reasons, though it is cool to dig up crystals.
Would be fun. Salt plains are awesome but i can never resist the urge to do loads of donuts and whatnot so yeah saving paint is good.
Hot Springs - Another brilliant "Jerry" idea - pretty sure we can get into some trouble in Arkansas, there is an alligator farm (for those pesky people we don't want to bring back) and a riverboat to ride. Once again water is involved, Jerry is trying to kill me.
Alligators
Texas Motor Speedway - Apparently you can rent the track for a day, long drive if you have "issues" at the track, but would be fun. And I think Six Flags isn't far away . . . a weekend of blatant hedonism!
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