Mac wrote:Very good John Boy, you hit the ODD SQUAD right on, we are sure a seperate breed, so don`t you forget it !! Ain`t been in this here group as long as some, but I`m proud to be in !!--------------So there !!-----------------Mac
John Neuenburg wrote:The Gee is great. One stop shopping for just about whatever we want to know. Click, bang, zoom, you can go from place to place and get it all handled. Easy to navigate and intuitive – better than the other MV forum I check out. Very helpful and knowledgeable contributors too. 'Course the jeepers are a little wierd, especially my neighbor Chuck.
Wish Ron sold armored car parts so I could buy more from him. I can't buy anything new for the jeep 'cause it's so salty a new part would look odd, so I don't bother. Wait a minute.... there you go Ron - offer a "salty finish upgrade!"
The other thing I appreciate is the "Odd Squad." You know who you are, some of your mugs are on this thread! Who are these people in this, the oddest of squads? I don't know if they can be defined or if I’m even qualified to do so. They are the Gee faithful. Jeepers to the core. Can’t get enough of them. They participate on this website. They make a pilgrimage to the Tower Park meet in April and many go to the September version too, camping mostly together behind the RFJP tent because of the force field that apparently surrounds it. Cooking and imbibing communally they chew the fat over the big campfire every night with flags from their respective countries flying overhead. Yes countries! My favorite image of them in camp was a few years ago when they hooked up,what, four jeep trailers behind one jeep on tandem hitches and snaked through camp with riders in each trailer. Priceless. Many event attendees don’t know the level of expertise on that back row in camp.
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