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Old 07-01-2008, 08:46 AM
 
Location: Stewartsville, NJ
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Oh brother! Sorry you have to go through that Wiley. Gawd! I am so not used to homophobia after living on the West Coast for so long. Jeez(pun intended!)

Shanny
Yea I know...and to think of the money I wasted getting my assless leather chaps, studded leather collar and whips dry cleaned for the event!!! Guess I'll have to save those for the next outting : )))
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Old 07-01-2008, 08:55 AM
 
Location: 3219'03.7"N 10643'55.9"W
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Have a great time "home" Mike. Enjoy!

Shanny
Thanks Shanny. Much as I sometimes get down on the political landscape of the state, NJ will always be home for me. You can't just discard 30+ years of living in a place, a place you grew up in.

That said, I am going there with no expectations. Rarely does anything you plan out happen even remotely the way you plan it.

One of the days I am back, I plan on taking the family rafting down the Delaware River, and the other a fishing trip out of Brielle. That's about the only plan I have. I was boating on a riverboat down the Columbia River 2 days ago, and forgot the real affinity I have for water, rivers especially. One of the aspects of NJ I took for granted living there was how water influences and shapes the landscape. Not just in the form of rivers, oceans and lakes, but how moisture enables you to have... trees! Big ones, all over, everywhere. That was something else I derived out my recent venture to Portland.
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:07 AM
 
Location: Cherry Hill, New Jersey
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Yea I know...and to think of the money I wasted getting my assless leather chaps, studded leather collar and whips dry cleaned for the event!!! Guess I'll have to save those for the next outting : )))
ROTFLMAO! You're a card Wiley!

Tried to give ya reppies on that one but I couldn't!

Shanny
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:10 AM
 
Location: Stewartsville, NJ
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Thanks Shanny. Much as I sometimes get down on the political landscape of the state, NJ will always be home for me. You can't just discard 30+ years of living in a place, a place you grew up in.

That said, I am going there with no expectations. Rarely does anything you plan out happen even remotely the way you plan it.

One of the days I am back, I plan on taking the family rafting down the Delaware River, and the other a fishing trip out of Brielle. That's about the only plan I have. I was boating on a riverboat down the Columbia River 2 days ago, and forgot the real affinity I have for water, rivers especially. One of the aspects of NJ I took for granted living there was how water influences and shapes the landscape. Not just in the form of rivers, oceans and lakes, but how moisture enables you to have... trees! Big ones, all over, everywhere. That was something else I derived out my recent venture to Portland.
Rafting down the Delaware is big fun!!! We were just talking about that the other day...last time we went, the river was extremely low and it took us 7 hrs!!! I was burnt to a crisp and half in the bag from drinking too many beers. Word of advice..DON'T BRING A STYROFOAM COOLER!!! The squeeking noise for 7 hrs drove us nuts!!! Welcome home mike : )
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:13 AM
 
Location: Redneckville, NJ
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He's right! Its better they find out about the lifestyles of the world from gossip, TV, and porn!

(I can't resist commenting on this stuff )

Anyways, I might have found myself a free BBQ, so I may actually have a BBQ this weekend

Plus I already made the shoe rack last night (just needs paint and I can install), might get to to the bookshelves tonight, leaving only working with moving boxes and then paint (and maybe a dining room table) to go. Plenty of time left over for a barbecue!
What time should we be there and what should we bring
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:15 AM
 
Location: Stewartsville, NJ
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What time should we be there and what should we bring
Hummm.. my leathers may get some use this weekend after all!!! What time Cu???
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:19 AM
 
Location: 3219'03.7"N 10643'55.9"W
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Rafting down the Delaware is big fun!!! We were just talking about that the other day...last time we went, the river was extremely low and it took us 7 hrs!!! I was burnt to a crisp and half in the bag from drinking too many beers. Word of advice..DON'T BRING A STYROFOAM COOLER!!! The squeeking noise for 7 hrs drove us nuts!!! Welcome home mike : )
I've rafted before, but the water was high and I was only about 1/8th to 1/4 in the bag. Probably about 1/6th in the bag. Last time I rafted however, it was up around Dingman's Bridge. This time it will be in your backyard, somewhere around Milford or Frenchtown, I think. Well, a little south of your backyard.
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:22 AM
 
Location: Redneckville, NJ
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The origianl plan was to have the neighbors over for a BBQ but it seems they have guests arriving so they will be having the BBQ instead..thing is, we're not invited because the visitor is his nephew who is a born again Christian who feels that having a couple of lesbians over wouldn't be a good environment for his children to be around...nice!!!!!
Wow, nice neighbors
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:26 AM
 
Location: Stewartsville, NJ
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I've rafted before, but the water was high and I was only about 1/8th to 1/4 in the bag. Probably about 1/6th in the bag. Last time I rafted however, it was up around Dingman's Bridge. This time it will be in your backyard, somewhere around Milford or Frenchtown, I think. Well, a little south of your backyard.
Milford PA? I love Frenchtown... maybe you'll catch a glimpse of Elton BBQing along the Delaware : )) Frenchtown is a good hr. from here... I'm closer to the Delaware Bridge - Rt. 80. We usually launch for Kittittiny (sp?) north of Milford PA.
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Old 07-01-2008, 09:29 AM
 
Location: Stewartsville, NJ
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Wow, nice neighbors
They are our best pals... it's not him. He's a mess over this whole thing..doesn't even want his nephew to be here but I told him "it's family". Apparently this is the first time he has spoken to him or seen him in 2 yrs. because they had a huge falling out over the fact that their best pals are the lesbians down the road. I don't blame my neighbors...
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