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Russ/Wa.    Posted 08-07-2001 at 19:53:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
First of all I would like to say hello. I have been reading some of the posts here and I like what I see. I was born and raised in the country. I love country music and dogs and cats and people.Not in that order. You all seem to live on or near the eastcoast.Well I live in Washington State,Way up on the corner of the left hand side of a map. A place called Port Townsend. We love it here.Layed back,5 minutes to the beach. (HEAVEN)....Russ


larry    Posted 08-11-2001 at 07:20:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hello Russ-almost right next door,I live in Joyce.


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-10-2001 at 20:02:41       [Reply]  [No Email]
Welcome to the family Russ! I'm just a few miles outside Raleigh, NC. This is a great bunch of folks!


Denise    Posted 08-11-2001 at 14:52:40       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Dream you are close!!!!
Closest major intersection to us:
hwy 64 and 107 (Cashiers)
or 64 and 441 (Franklin)


Dreamweaver    Posted 08-11-2001 at 18:16:50       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey girl - I go through there often. Maybe we can get together for a cup of coffee sometime!


Clover Honey    Posted 08-09-2001 at 12:44:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey, Russ and Welcome! Not all of us are Easterners...I'm from Wyoming. Hubby has relatives up near you in Port Angeles. We went to visit them 2 yrs. ago and I must say it's beautiful country. Can't wait to go back and see 'em again.
CH


Cowboy Joe    Posted 08-09-2001 at 19:46:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
Clover Honey - Since you're from Wyoming, you must know that great NYC/Wyoming classic ( and my radio theme song), Ragtime Cowboy Joe? Do you know all the words?


big fred    Posted 08-08-2001 at 13:51:48       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Russ, there's a few of us webfoots on this board from time to time, but not many. I'm down by Mt Rainier in Buckley, WA. The moderator of this board is in Chimacum, just a stone's throw from you.


Russ    Posted 08-08-2001 at 19:49:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
It sure is a small world huh?I didn't know that.
Do you all rib him on his feet now and then?


IHank    Posted 08-08-2001 at 04:53:58       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Welcome to the board Russ! It's a good place to hang out. Just wear your boots 'cuz the bs gets a little deep from time to time. Hope you will offer a joke from time to time and help us push up price of Kimberley Clarke stock with increased sales of Depends. Big grin, IHank in Iowa


Cowboy Joe    Posted 08-08-2001 at 06:01:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
WELCOME Russ to our Board. You'll never be bored with this board.


Denise    Posted 08-07-2001 at 20:28:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
welcome left coaster!!!!
I am a newbie too, been lurking /posting about the last month or so...
You have reminded me that I *ought* to type about the same thing you said.. thanks,
Dee


Cowboy Joe    Posted 08-08-2001 at 06:07:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
Denise - You're right about this board. We welcome all coasters - left, right and even middle-coasters. I am a representative from the ultra-right coast - The Big Apple.


F14...I'm righter than you are...    Posted 08-08-2001 at 08:22:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
":^)

I'm about 75 miles from the eastern-most point in the continental United States, Eastport, Maine.

Which, along with a buck, will get ya a cuppa cawfee in a cheap restaurant...


Cowboy Joe    Posted 08-08-2001 at 19:03:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
You're definetly a right-coaster.


Phyllis    Posted 08-07-2001 at 20:04:03       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Welcome. I am in Texas, and unfortunately, in the heat right now! But it's pretty nice otherwise.


Russ/Wa    Posted 08-07-2001 at 21:19:23       [Reply]  [No Email]
Weather here is tallerable(sp)78 degrees was the high today. We have been trying to sell our RV. and I think we did,but before we let it go I just want to get away in it one more time. Like I said earlier we live just a few minutes from the beach. The tides this coming week will be great and I'd like to just go down ,walk the beach,dig some clams and maybe if the tide is out far enough We can wade for crabs. Then I'ts back to work on the sheds and yard. Good Luck to all of you out there I watch the news and I will be hoping you all get a little reat from the heat etc. Smiles to all Russ.



Phyllis    Posted 08-08-2001 at 09:43:26       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Let me get this straight. The HIGH was 78??? Is it August there, like it is here? ........


Russ    Posted 08-08-2001 at 10:05:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yep,I had to look at the calender thought to make sure. This has been an unusual summer here though because it is normly in the 80s. I'm not bragin on the weather but I can stand the heat here but there is no way I could take the heat there were you all are at. I would have died by now. Altho it's probly to hot to even bury me,would have to send me back in a refer box.


IHank    Posted 08-08-2001 at 11:24:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Russ- Out here in the Midwest all one has to do is kick the bucket while out in the back 40 and we're into "automatic cremation". The cool days we end up as dehydrated mummies. No reefer shipment and related expenses are needed, you biodegrade on site. Gotta look at the positive side of things. Grins, IHank


Murphy    Posted 08-08-2001 at 11:45:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
So what yer sayin' is yer spreadin' fertilizer 'till its time the you become fertilizer... Yup, sounds about like us in Kansas too. Welcome aboard!


Hogman    Posted 08-08-2001 at 19:34:55       [Reply]  [No Email]
Welcome 'n best git ust ta pore spellin caus we does it. By tha Bye what duz (sp)? meen?
I'm a Ozark Mt William,went ta collage once,spent about a hour there jest strollin round.
Anyway I think this is a pretty fine nut house Your joining ....


Russ    Posted 08-08-2001 at 20:00:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thank you for that welcome (sp) means..check spelling.a few years back I went to South Carolina
and I thought that was the most beautiful placew I'd ever seen and thought for awhile I might want to live there but then I came back home and heard about the twisters and things and I just as soon stay here. I would love to visit again though.
:) Russ




Hogman    Posted 08-09-2001 at 04:37:24       [Reply]  [No Email]
Russ,was jest pullin Your leg on tha SP. I never use spell check or voice type cause tha durn spell check dont noe how and tha "via voice" cannot learn Ozarkese. Tried real hard ta teach it but tha twang's just too hard fer it ta learn. Rite Dr Burr?????
I live just North of the Arkansas line in S/W Mo.176 acres which'ud be about a section if it was pulled out flat. Raise beef cows,chiggers,ticks,snakes,sassafrass'n simmons. Gets way too hot in summer,gets way too cold in winter,both last about 7 months,neighbors may live 35 miles away in another County or State,nearest house is 3/4 mile away,wouldnot live anywhere else,just wish it would never change. Anyways Russ again "welcome".


phyllis    Posted 08-09-2001 at 05:33:35       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Missouri? That's where my granddad and his folks were from. He moved on to TX, and that's where the his bunch stayed. He was born in Greene Co., and his grandparents lived in Dallas Co. A group of them are buried in the Liberty Cemetery in Buffalo, Dallas Co. Three of them were in the Civil War there. 2 died. Good folks!


Hogman    Posted 08-09-2001 at 19:52:08       [Reply]  [No Email]
Thats where I hatched and grew up ,Greene Co. When I moved back home it was jest too durn civalized up there ,so settled down here next ta Arkie land. Problem is it's fell prey ta Dr Burrs durn yuppies,,,,like ever where .


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