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    Cordell Ranch fly-in

    Weather permitting, we're hosting an informal fly-in/burger burn/bs session Sunday, Oct. 4 for anyone that's interested. We're located on the MT/SD border, 6 miles south of Camp Crook, SD. We're SD33 on the sectional. We'll do some flying around the area that morning, then be back at the hanger for burgers around noon. If anybody wants to come Saturday and camp camp or sunday night and leave Monday morning, you're more than welcome. Hope a few of you can make it!
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    How great is that, thanks. Wish I could make it. Hope it is a great time for all.

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    Perfect timing---between archery and rifle elk seasons. I plan to be there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyin S View Post
    Perfect timing---between archery and rifle elk seasons. I plan to be there!
    Good deal, hopefully the weather cooperates!

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    As of now, the weather's looking good for Sunday.
    Mid sixties, light winds. Hope a few of you can make it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1934A View Post
    As of now, the weather's looking good for Sunday.
    Mid sixties, light winds. Hope a few of you can make it!


    Well, as of now, a few of the aarp cowboys are planning on attending, but as Dave Roberts can attest we are a fickle bunch and just getting out of bed may be our major accomplishment for the day !!
    I may be wrong but that probably won't stop me from arguing about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S2D View Post
    Well, as of now, a few of the aarp cowboys are planning on attending, but as Dave Roberts can attest we are a fickle bunch and just getting out of bed may be our major accomplishment for the day !!
    We'll be sure to have a cooler of cold Ensure in case you guys make it!
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    We are going to try to make it. Probably a little late. Have to help the neighbor in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Roberts View Post
    We are going to try to make it. Probably a little late. Have to help the neighbor in the morning.
    Sounds good, Dave, no such thing as late, the grill will be hot all afternoon!

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    Thanks to everybody that was able to make it, I thought we had a great turnout! It was great to finally meet a few of you! We're already making plans for next year.... Stay tuned...
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    Thankyou Ryan, Tawny, Kimber and crew for hosting a great fly-in. I'd post a picture or two, but I didn't take any---too busy yakking with all the great folks that showed up! My immediate concern is how to get one of those "aarp Cowboy" jackets that were so prominent at the event. YAHOO!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1934A View Post
    Weather permitting, we're hosting an informal fly-in/burger burn/bs session Sunday, Oct. 4 for anyone that's interested. We're located on the MT/SD border, 6 miles south of Camp Crook, SD. We're SD33 on the sectional. We'll do some flying around the area that morning, then be back at the hanger for burgers around noon. If anybody wants to come Saturday and camp camp or sunday night and leave Monday morning, you're more than welcome. Hope a few of you can make it!

    I enjoyed your flyin and I'm looking forward to next year. It was a pleasant day.
    "If you want to be successful,it's just this simple. Know what you are doing. Love what you are doing. And beleive in what you are doing." Will Rogers
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    Ryan and all;;
    Thanks for the hospitality. Great wx for a flyin and nice meeting everyone. Nice to get back in that country. ( I spent quite a few years flying all the country just west of that dashed line.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyin S View Post
    My immediate concern is how to get one of those "aarp Cowboy" jackets that were so prominent at the event. YAHOO!
    Well if it takes you as long as it took me to get one you'll probably have gray hair by the time it arrives !!
    I may be wrong but that probably won't stop me from arguing about it.
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    Thanks for putting the fly in together. It sure turned out to be a good day. Looking forward to next year.
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    I'll get my wife to get some pictures posted, she has a few hundred, so she oughta have a couple good ones...

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    Thank you Ryan, Tawny and crew for hosting a great fly inn. Sure enjoyed meeting everyone and the western hospitality!
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    Had a good time Ryan. Mabe you can get them aarp fellas to tell you about the trip back home. The movie wild hogs comes to mind.... haha!
    "There are 3 kinds of men. The one that learns by reading. The few who learn by observation. The rest of them have to pee on the electric fence for themselves." Will Rogers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub Special Ed View Post
    Had a good time Ryan. Mabe you can get them aarp fellas to tell you about the trip back home. The movie wild hogs comes to mind.... haha!
    We'll have to have story time next year...

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    Don't let Jesse kid you. We weren't that lost. Just enjoying new scenery. What we could see of it with all the smoke that rolled in on the way home. Besides, I can't help it if they moved the Rosebud Buttes!!
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    I may be wrong but that probably won't stop me from arguing about it.

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    Ha! I suppose all that brown between here and there makes it hard for a guy to keep his bearings, doesn't it?....

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