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    These are located on the Albright Shores Ice Carnival grounds and are available for our use by making a couple of phone calls.

    They also can be moved if we find a good home for them that meets our needs.


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    That Jeep has mad FLEX :bigemo_harabe_net-77:
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    WOW are you sure!

    The only Jeep pic I have ever seen of the rocks has been 4Banglers with the cowboy hat.

    Next someone will claim a picture of Roadhouse wheeling. :P
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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Ironman &#064; Jan 5 2006, 08&#58;10 PM) [snapback]7664[/snapback]</div>

    They also can be moved if we find a good home for them that meets our needs.


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    anyone have a place to put them where we can actually use them? (the mounds is a nice thought but im not sure if that&#39;ll ever happen)



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Nvrenuf &#064; Jan 5 2006, 10&#58;00 PM) [snapback]7671[/snapback]</div>


    Next someone will claim a picture of Roadhouse wheeling. :P
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    Hey, I heard that :bigemo_harabe_net-73:

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    If we wanted to hold an event with our rocks we can still do that, for cost savings though we would have to do it in conjunction with them doing their events.

    They hold sand drags and mud bogs with tuff truck comps all summer. We might be able to make some money for the Assoc.
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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Ironman &#064; Jan 18 2006, 05&#58;07 PM) [snapback]8484[/snapback]</div>
    If we wanted to hold an event with our rocks we can still do that, for cost savings though we would have to do it in conjunction with them doing their events.

    They hold sand drags and mud bogs with tuff truck comps all summer. We might be able to make some money for the Assoc.
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    lets get it going...... comp style or demo? im thinking demo, that way people can interact closer/better


    are they setup hard enough to challenge buggies?

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(95geo &#064; Jan 18 2006, 05&#58;55 PM) [snapback]8499[/snapback]</div>
    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Ironman &#064; Jan 18 2006, 05&#58;07 PM) [snapback]8484[/snapback]
    If we wanted to hold an event with our rocks we can still do that, for cost savings though we would have to do it in conjunction with them doing their events.

    They hold sand drags and mud bogs with tuff truck comps all summer. We might be able to make some money for the Assoc.
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    lets get it going...... comp style or demo? im thinking demo, that way people can interact closer/better


    are they setup hard enough to challenge buggies?
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    They were set up to where I just got over them with my junk. I just squeak 1000 on a 23 degree ramp, not buggy numbers but if you were to adjust the way you were to traverse the course you could have fun with a buggy.

    The course is only 100&#39; long but still entertaining.
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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(MuddyPaws &#064; Jan 21 2006, 12&#58;58 AM) [snapback]8606[/snapback]</div>
    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(95geo &#064; Jan 18 2006, 08&#58;55 PM) [snapback]8499[/snapback]
    are they setup hard enough to challenge buggies?
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    Yer in the wrong state...




    And Pat,

    last I heard there had to be an environmental study on something about these so they could be moved to somewhere. What is the status? Who pays for the study? Why isn&#39;t it being done? etc...lets get them moved.
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    tim, if you think full bodied jeeps are going to draw attention then you should tell these magazines they are taking pics of the wrong rigs. if you want to actually get people over there to check them out then you need to have more than dd capable rigs on them.


    the enviromental study was/is for the st helens motorsport area (where we were for the quarterly) and if im not mistaken there are provisions in the grant to get "new" rocks, not the ones that great lakes currently owns.

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    We do need to move the rocks, but to a location where we can use them whenever we want. State land would be nice but the St. Helen deal (if it goes through) will be providing rocks via the monies from the grant.

    Our rocks are our rocks, we need to keep them for GL use, just dont have that place yet. Even if they were at the mounds they could still be considered "ours" by having a sign that says these rocks were brought here and paid for by GLFWDA.

    If we did that on public land the sign would last? Not very long I am sure&#33; And then the State would be the new owners of some rocks paid for by GL members and at anytime they could shut them down or eliminate them all together.

    I dont know if we will ever find a suitable location that will allow use when the members want to use them, and will not have insurance issues.
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