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Re: What I learned at The Summit.

1. My dog's head bobs alot when 4-wheel driving.
2. My 12 year old daughter actually can enjoy something besides text messaging.
3. The guys from Warn have a secret code for a bathroom stop on the trial.
4. Walking uphill in CO sucks.
5. Buying new tires on vacation makes for an expensive vacation.
6. Coming back next year is a must.
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Re: What I learned at The Summit.

I like beer. I just do.




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Re: What I learned at The Summit.

1. There really are good people in this world!
2. Dinner at 6:00, but if you kick back and relax and show up around 7:15, no line!
3. Run trails on registration day and register after, (the no line thing again)
4. There needs to be a 40 week work year so more time can be spent like this!

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Re: What I learned at The Summit.

buy a house in Ouray and rent it out to summiteers and have a kegerator on the lanai.

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buy a house in Ouray and rent it out to summiteers and have a kegerator on the lanai.
Keith and I talked about this on our drive out of there. How cool would that be? Only I'd rent out almost all of it. One room would be reserved as Chez Turner!

What I learned at the Summit:

Smiles are contagious. (Thank you Shirley!)
You can get carpal tunnel from waving to 300 FJ's in a one-mile radius.
No matter how many people were able to go, you still missed the ones who couldn't.
Making time for one-on-one sit-downs is imperative. (Thank you Keith T., Keith S., Todd & Family, Chris/Frogeye & brother, Thong, the TennesseeSquires, Scott/MissMYFJ, the FlyingBricks, the moderators, the Trail Team, and anyone else I've forgotten)

"That seems to be when you're in your element and at your happiest. ...just an observation, but put a winch line in your hand in a boreal forest, a muddy woodland, or an arid desert and the word harmony suddenly makes sense "
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