Don't worry, Rob would enjoy it way more than you would.
From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of bailey
Sent: Thursday, May 21,[masked]:09 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [jeep-227] New Meetup: Make-up trip for Tony
i will have to decline attendance once again. I will use the excuse that i
am on call one week a month and you keep picking that damn weekend to have
the adult camping trip. Change weekends and i will attend
however, the real reason i am not going is that i am scared. well totally
frightened that i will have a few too many drinks and have to tell my long
kept secret that i am a necrophiliac homosexual. And i am scared that rob
would look too dead lying there in his tent at night and i will have no self
control after a few drinks
--- On Thu, 5/21/09, Rob N <[address removed]> wrote:
> From: Rob N <[address removed]>
> Subject: [jeep-227] New Meetup: Make-up trip for Tony
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Thursday, May 21, 2009, 4:33 PM
> Announcing a new Meetup for No BS
> Just Jeeps Virginia Beach!
> What: Make-up trip for
> When: June 19,[masked]:00 AM
> Where: Click the link below to find out!
> Description: This is exactly what is says, a make-up trip
> for our wounded Asst. Organizer and friend Tony Pena
> As some of you may know, Tony was stricken with
> appendicitis recently and was forced to miss the Anual
> "Adults Only" Trip. As a result, we are going to
> have a "Do-over". All of the same rules apply as
> the Adults only trip, except I am going to allow Pets. That
> is, if you have a dog that is well behaved around other
> people and especially other dogs, you are welcome to bring
> them. Just understand they are 100% your responsibility. I
> say this because some people bring their dogs and let them
> run off, destroy things, and don't clean up after them.
> I am bringing my Dachshund. I would appreciate it if your
> dog doesn't eat my dog.
> We plan on leaving
> early morning on Friday and try to make it to the mountain
> by 12-1 pm. I enjoy being the first one there to be able to
> claim the biggest and best campsite for the group. I get to
> set up the fire pit and do a walk around to police the area
> of any trash left behind by other campers. Not to mention
> get my tent up and gear ready to go.
> is welcome to leave with us and Jeep-O-Van up to the
> mountain or you can come up later in the evening. We will be
> meeting at the Hooters in Hampton at 8:00am. If you plan on
> leaving late there is always someone who can bring your tent
> up early and we will have you all set up for when you
> arrive. We have done it several times in the past because we
> want everyone to have a good time and it just plain sucks
> setting up your tent in the dark.
> I have the
> directions posted in the Files section. I also have my
> "Camping Checklist posted there. It may not work for
> everyone but it makes for a good jumping off point.
> About the mountain: This is not a highly technical
> trail. There are some spots along the ride that require a
> bit of a lift and a touch skill, but for every difficult
> area there is a very easy way around it. So even the most
> inexperienced driver behind the wheel of a stock Jeep can
> ride the entire trail and will have no problem keeping up
> with the group. I am the perfect example of this. I brought
> me jeep, bone stock, the day I bought it to this trail. I
> received No damage, never got stuck, and had a blast
> A CB is a big plus but not a must. If you have one,
> we set the channel to 4 and the alternate to 22.
> If you have any questions feel free to ask and I hope to
> see you all on the mountain.
> Final notes:
> : Please plan to camp for 2-3 days. That is, bring food,
> water, tent, blankets, Medicine, clothes and what ever else
> you plan to drink. You might ask "Why do you have to
> tell me this. I am an adult". Well, on a recent trip we
> had a guy who showed up with no food, water, alcohol, or
> other needed things. He was a burden on everyone all
> : Please inspect you vehicle. Make sure you
> have a full-sized spare tire, the appropriate sized jack, a
> lug wrench, and anything else your Jeep/truck/Hummer might
> need to repair it in case of emergency. I mention this
> because the same guy got a flat, only had a stock-sized
> spare (Tires on the vehicle 33"), and didn't have a
> lug wrench.
> : Last but not least, We INSIST that
> there is ABSOLUTELY NO DRINKING until your vehicle is PARKED
> FOR THE NIGHT. If you cannot control yourself while
> drinking, or if the addition of alcohol turns you into
> instant A$$hole, either don't drink on the trip or
> don't attend. We have had issues in the past that we do
> not need to be repeated.
> Basically, we are all
> just big kids in our toys, but we happen to be in adult
> bodies. So, leave you issues at home. If your wife beats
> you, your girlfriend is cheating on you with the entire
> local high school football team, or if you are finally ready
> to come out of the closet to announce that you are a
> homosexual necrophiliac pedophile and feel you need to share
> that with someone, see a therapist. I am not one.
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