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    staggerlee
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  • staggerlee
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    Ya, mud wrestle the bridesmaid at the reception.

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  • Jeff
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  • Jeff
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    I'll have PBR in hand... (should fit in ok that way...) :stir:

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  • muddy princess sara
    Always leaving a little glitter behind in mud puddles.

  • muddy princess sara
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    Jeff I can tell you my life rarely is boring. Honestly if my life ever got boring I would worry something was wrong. LOL

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  • Jeff
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  • Jeff
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    ANOTHER TV episode...

    Sara --- I gotta come hang out with y'all for awhile...

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  • JEBar
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  • JEBar
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    Originally posted by muddy princess sara View Post
    The bride wore cowboy boots a strapless tutu looking dress with deer hunting orange ribbon around the waste. The bridesmaids wore cream dresses with Brown belts and boots. The groom and groomsmen wore camo vest and deer hunting orange ties jeans and boots. A few sported cow boy hats. I sat in my hammock in shock that this was taking place at the campground.

    now that sounds like a wedding I'd enjoy attending .... sure beats the heck out of the formal one I had to endure yesterday ... :sack:

    Jim

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  • MGBar
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    One of my favorite nieces was married on her husband's family farm last summer. They are avid hunters and used spent shotgun shells in the decorations. The guys wore brown suits with camo vests. Jason's wedding band has a camo inlay. The pictures were really cute and their sons (his 2, her 1) loved the idea.
    We have had a niece and a nephew who had boots at their weddings. It suited their personalities and fit right in. In this day and time, folks are not always going the traditional route.

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  • staggerlee
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  • staggerlee
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    They could be related to those guys on tv that make duck calls.
    Nothin' wrong with camo.

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  • muddy princess sara
    Always leaving a little glitter behind in mud puddles.

  • muddy princess sara
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    Well the Klampetts have outdone them selves.
    Friday morning after having a portapotty delivered things went to a whole new level. With in an hour 20 cars rolled in.
    At that point I feared getting my butt kicked for taking photos.
    They started unloading all kinds of chairs from trucks cars and vans.
    I actually made the joke on Friday afternoon it was starting to look like a wedding.
    Sure enough Saturday evening at 4pm they had a campground wedding. There were cars and trucks everywhere.
    We had to politely ask several time for owners to move off our lot. David the. Spoke to the one guy we recognized that our lot was not an acceptable area to park. At that point he sent a teenage family member to the camp ground entrance to direct the family to park at the grocery store about 1/2 block away.
    The bride wore cowboy boots a strapless tutu looking dress with deer hunting orange ribbon around the waste. The bridesmaids wore cream dresses with Brown belts and boots. The groom and groomsmen wore camo vest and deer hunting orange ties jeans and boots. A few sported cow boy hats. I sat in my hammock in shock that this was taking place at the campground.

    I gotta start a new thread about the boat. Way too much crazy for one weekend.

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  • staggerlee
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  • staggerlee
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    Margarita hour at noon

    Maybe you should freeze up some of those water balloons for later when things might get rough.

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  • Wiley Coyote
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  • Wiley Coyote
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    Originally posted by muddy princess sara View Post
    ... All kidding aside there really really quiet. Today.
    It's called "Sleeping It Off". I remember that too.

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  • JEBar
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  • JEBar
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    once again my money is on Sara ..

    Jim

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  • muddy princess sara
    Always leaving a little glitter behind in mud puddles.

  • muddy princess sara
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    You may be right Russell but they don't know how rowdy we can get if need be. We gotta lotta friends that can put family fun to shame. . Not that I wanna go that route but if provoked I'm game.

    All kidding aside there really really quiet. Today.

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  • staggerlee
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  • staggerlee
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    Originally posted by frank henn View Post
    YOU REMEMBER Darn it I am Impressed
    Me too. :agree:

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  • drfife
    Winslow Drag-Along

  • drfife
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    Originally posted by muddy princess sara View Post
    The Clampetts had a birthday party today. We counted 50. No joke. We opted to jump in the golf cart and go over to the other campground for several hours. When we came back there was cake all over the road...
    Sounds like you've discovered the reason for the great rate for the campsite....

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  • muddy princess sara
    Always leaving a little glitter behind in mud puddles.

  • muddy princess sara
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    I'm a little disappointed. There all gone. They were up til 2 am hooting and hollering. I only set David's alarm off twice at 7 am. They all started rolling out at 8am. Oh. Lol. David happened to drive the golf cart in reverse most of the morning. Til even the buzzer got annoying to me.
    Ill hold off on my balloon supplies. I would hate to waste them.

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