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    Um, actually it's from a friend of mine who used to go deer "hunting" but the drinking and card playing got in the way of hunting. For a number of years, they didn't even take their guns. Then, they started going the week before November 15th so they wouldn't get in the way of the real hunters.

    They dubbed the occasion "deer drinking".

    ymmv

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    No, Deer drinking form Red Dawn.

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    Hah! I like that.
    David Brōdbeck
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    Very much want to make it there with the SE-R for it's first event. First I have this Subaru sitting in my driveway that needs to be fixed and sold so I have money to go.

    Mark Holden - G2 Nissan Sentra SE-R

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    Hi all, we have a meeting planned for Aug 17th at 6:30pm at Carla's Rest. west of
    Baraga, Mi all details of the event will be discussed and final changes to supps will be done.

    Hope some of you can be there.

    Dean
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    Quote Originally Posted by deano View Post
    Hi all, we have a meeting planned for Aug 17th at 6:30pm at Carla's Rest.

    Dean
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    Dagnubit, Dean. The UP trip is next week -5 through 15.
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    So excellent to see this will be a 2 day event again this year. Can't wait!

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    Hello All,
    I just got back from Virginia relocating a daughter and was welcomed by an earthquake and pushed out of town ahead of a hurry cane,

    Anyway, LSPR 2011,

    I have given JB at RC/RA info to post to have reg open up, I have a draft of the supps and the day to day schedule ready to post.

    We are a two day event with everything starting thursday Oct 13, 2011.
    Racing on Fri the 14th and the 15th Sat. FCD back to Houghton approx. 6:30pm.

    We are listed in the RA web site under the 2012 Event, not the Cendiv drop down.

    Look at our web site in the next week or so for updates.

    We are expecting a great event, great roads, some new stages not used in many years so something for everyone.

    Later,

    Dean R.
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    [QUOTE=deano;398694]

    We are expecting a great event, great roads, some new stages not used in many years so something for everyone.

    Rumor mill indicates a possible return to the west end of the Hurons. If that happens, it will be "real" stages not forest freeways.
    Bruce Beauvais
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    Ah a little bird saying things that may not be true, but then again, they might be,

    WE shall see, build car tough just in case.

    Might try kiddney belt, hold tings together.

    Try put wings not on back but on side, might fly over bumps.

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    What I remember most about the (eastern) Hurons was every third instruction was "broken culvert !!!" . Every second was "water over road !!!". The Hurons haven't been run since notes became common. If we return, bring your Big Boy skid plate. Make sure it's well secured.
    As I remember, several of the roads were controlled by the DNR ( or what ever we're calling them this year) and permissions were difficult.
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