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Old June 12th, 2011, 05:56 PM
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Seattle Rover Run Saturday 18th June

Anyone care to join my 18yr old graduate son (plus a few of his friends) and myself for an easy/moderate run on saturday?
Looking for any solid suggestion on trails also. Last weekend we did Tinkham Rd running side shoot trails that posed some fun challenges - but looking for something different for next weekend. The trail has to be 1965 series IIA friendly - not to mention that we are both 'green' on the trails! Would love experienced drivers to join us so we can learn. Recovery gear type trucks would be a welcome addition Let me know your thoughts or leads on possibilities (Tahuya, Isabel Lake Trail (is this closed), Evans Creek)
A real South Efrikin braai 'n beer (you bring the beer I provide the food) at my house if you bring us back safely !!!!
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Old June 13th, 2011, 03:13 PM
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I know your Rovers are just screaming to get some mud on their bodies!!!
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Ag, I wish I could make it. Some boerewors sounds really good right now.
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Old June 14th, 2011, 12:42 AM
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agh jislaaik man, that is sommer frieking too bad. If ever you're in this neck of the woods, let me know and I'll hunt down that boerewors. Braais a plenty here in the summer. Are you originally from S.A/know S.A'cans?
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Lekker. Yes, I'm from SA, although at this point I have been here longer than not, so i'm pretty much merrican
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Old June 14th, 2011, 11:35 AM
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my chommies call me African American I wonder if there are any others lurking around here? Anyway, it seems the hand full of Rovers in this neck of the woods might still be hibernating, or their owners won't let them out to play in the mud. My son and I will probably head out to Tahuya or go play on my friends farm out in Darrington. If ever you're in Seattle, PM me for that braai.
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