Were you happy with your Theme Camp?

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Post by Ruleryak » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:33 am

POWERCHAIR wrote:I could smell smoke but saw no fire :shock:
Better see a doctor! That's a sign of a possible brain tumor :wink:

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Post by curiousgnate » Fri Sep 18, 2009 8:29 am

PLANET EARTH ROCKED. every time i went through the plaza you guys sucked me in for a dance or two or eight. Thank you soooooo much I don't have words to describe the happy smiles you put on my face every day out there.

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Post by Barbie » Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:03 pm

Ended up camping around Coffee Camp this year with my old Vegas Rommie, Have to say Coffee Camp People Are Wonderful! And I don't even drink Coffee! The Tea was amazing! and getting to visit with everyone in the morning is really special! We're Not a Theme Camp at Blackie's Bar & Grill But WE ROCK! Soooooo Much Fun! ANd Happy Hour around the corner was super Great! And stopping between the Bars at We Deliver & Blue Wolfs place :wink:
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Post by C.f.M. » Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:59 am

No, I wasn't.

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Post by JezebelinHell » Thu Sep 24, 2009 8:02 am

We had a tiny tiny theme camp this year. Three people until Tuesday, and then three more joined us for a whopping total of six. We were supposed to have more members, so we had a hard time keeping it properly open and interactive as much as we wanted to, but we tried to make up for it by bringing all our neighbors stuffed french toast and mimosas in the mornings. All in all, no fighting, no drama, no issues. With only six people in a camp for teardown, and only three for set-up, no one really gets the impression that they can slack off and no one will notice. I loved my camp. Loved my neighbors in the 9:00 plaza too. Awesome location.
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Post by Ugly Dougly » Thu Sep 24, 2009 9:58 am

We had a pretty lean crew, too. But it's not the number of campers that matters, I think.

Oh, yeah, Barbarian Camp rocked! See if you can get in line for next year. Good luck. :)

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Post by Elderberry » Thu Sep 24, 2009 10:47 am

Yes. Extremely.

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Post by Mama Weenie » Thu Sep 24, 2009 10:55 am

What a great year us Weenies had at DarWeenie Camp. We served 2000 hot dogs and it was wonderful! Next year we're going to bring more veggie dogs (along with the BBQ'd carrots we had this year!) and are toying with the idea of a late night weenie roast. Our placement was adequate, but it would have been nice if we would have been on a higher traffic street.

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Post by ygmir » Fri Sep 25, 2009 6:03 am

*huge murmuring from below the floor*

*sounds of OMWs, reverberating, penetrated our very skulls*

Those "of the body" rejoice..........an oracle is found........

*sounds of little shuffling feet, tuning voices for song and chant*

*forming ranks and preparing to march*

"In praise of Landru".......

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