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thumbup.gif posted on 9-2-2014 at 04:30 PM
Big Thanks


I want to thank the Oregon crew for putting on another great buggy bash!

Thanks to Jon for getting the whole thing going and showing us he can still ride.

Phil for buggy town and everything that it brings to the event.

Eli and Sean for creating a smooth running machine of an event.

It is always fun to ride with Beamer Bob even if he did lap me this time. :P

Great to ride with Dave on the left coast. Funny to see him get caught thinking he was out East and turning into the surf! ;)

Stellar winds and stellar friends. :thumbup:

2 days was NOT enough! :sniff:




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[*] posted on 9-2-2014 at 06:00 PM


Glad you guys had a stellar time yet again! Anytime you can get the guys together for an event makes it all the better!

Glad Dave got to make it out and enjoy the Left Coast with you all. I am sure he had a great time!






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[*] posted on 9-2-2014 at 07:02 PM


I am incredibly stoked about the buggy community they have going on in the NW. Everyone was incredibly welcoming into their group. I know I was asked a dozen times a day if I needed a kite along with offers of buggies to loan out with larger tires that are handy in the soft stuff.

And then in buggy camp the hospitality was over the top with awesome hot food cooked right there, along with a place to park the camper with power and water hookups too.

Huge thanks to Eli, Lacie, and Sean along with all the supporters in the background that made it possible to put on such a stellar event, and thanks to them and everyone else for making me feel so welcome. You've done it now. I've got the wife sold on next year already and will have clearance for extra days too. :thumbup:

Bladerunner it was a thrill to have the opportunity to ride with you again. Everyone else there also certainly adds something to the experience.




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[*] posted on 9-4-2014 at 09:53 PM


What else can be said? What a great time was had. I don't know big words like stellar and stoked so I'll just say it was AWESOME. I had a bit of trouble with the water being on the wrong side. but I figured it out with a damn big splash!!. Did you know it's hard to kite surf with a Buggy?
Thanks to every one for making me welcome. Buggy camp was great. My hotel room was awesome. Not to mention the food and fun times.
And thanks to Jeff for all he did for Sandy and I. He picked us up at the air port, and gave us a tour of Seattle. Then picked us up at the train station and dropped Sandy off at her hotel and drove me to SOBB. Plus lent me a buggy for the weekend.




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[*] posted on 9-5-2014 at 05:54 PM


I would like to thank Bladerunner for leaving so we could get great wind:evil:
joking of course...

Thanks to the Oregon crew - nice to finally ride with Sean!:thumbup:

Waiting to come back already:cool:




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[*] posted on 9-5-2014 at 10:48 PM


Donna and I had a great time at SOBB once again.Great turnout this year.
Thanks to everyone that helped to put together another great event!:thumbup::thumbup:




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