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    A while back Patrick was talking about planning Primal-Con type camping trip at one of the parks up his way. We can do some unplugged Metallica songs with Geo on vocals and Patrick on Lead Mandolin. I'm a very happy and friendly drunk(or at least I was, haven't drank that much in a long time). Well, except for MD20-20...that shit makes me evil(I did some real stupid shit in college). It isn't all that primal, so not much chance of that showing up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skink531 View Post
    A while back Patrick was talking about planning Primal-Con type camping trip at one of the parks up his way. We can do some unplugged Metallica songs with Geo on vocals and Patrick on Lead Mandolin. I'm a very happy and friendly drunk(or at least I was, haven't drank that much in a long time). Well, except for MD20-20...that shit makes me evil(I did some real stupid shit in college). It isn't all that primal, so not much chance of that showing up.
    I'd do Canada...Oh wait, that came out wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    I'd do Canada...Oh wait, that came out wrong.
    HAHAHAHA.....No, that came out perfectly.
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    Well, it is closer...to me anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    Well, it is closer...to me anyway.
    And me lol. Paula does Canada. Hmmm, head too far into gutter, can't get out.
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    Thanks Skink and Geo. God, I needed that laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    I think that I would like all of us to get together at some central location between Texas, Arizona, Ohio and NY (OK,I'm willing to travel farther.) so that we can see which one of us is the most fun drunk or otherwise. We could have a mini Primalcon, stay at a hotel, hang at the bar, sing karoake, whatever. Yeah, I know we all have families, lives, jobs and not enough money, but hey life is short and a girl needs to have dreams.
    You know what's right in the middle of all that? SOUTH DAKOTA, baby! No but seriously, people come from all over the world to camp here.


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    i probably wouldn't get plastered due to the presence of my children. not that they've never seen me plastered, but it's extremely rare. haha, the last time i was drunk, a bunch of us ladies took a rowboat out on Pactola Reservoir, became lost, and talked about very dirty secrets while the husbands stayed back at camp and roasted marshmallows with the kids.
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    That looks gorgeous Saoirse, make sure it's next year and I'm in (no way to save for it this year).

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    That is really quite a lovely place.
    I really wish I could see Jon's face when he gets back on here and sees that we have been planning an outing of sorts.
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    heh. if we wait until next year, i might be able to ditch the kids (with or without the husband) and come camping with ya'll! the littlest one will be 3, which i think is old enough for a stress-free weekend away.

    The picture is of Sylvan Lake. Honestly i've never camped there, and it's a bit spendy (i don't know if they technically have camping there), but it's around there that i went on the longish hike last fall and wound up with terrible leg cramps. however, there are plenty of cheaper places to camp that are just as lovely (but less photographed). there's a place with 14 campsites for $100/night (total). It's out-of-the way, but has an outhouse and is right on the back of Pactola, lovely woodsy undeveloped area. One of those things you have to book almost a year in advance, maybe we could consider it for 2013? unless you wanted something a little more developed, in which case the price is going to go up and we'd have to deal with tourists. then there's roubaix lake. the lake is really just a teeny tiny pond, but it's an out-of the way campground with shower facilities, RV sites, and is right off of a highway (the above campground is 6 mi. from a paved road); tourists, but not as many, its more of a 'locals' spot. there are lots of places to camp, and lots of sites to see if you're into family-friendly tourist stuff and/or outdoorsy stuff (fishing, hunting, rock climbing, mountain biking, etc.) plus some decent restaurants for the midwest.

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