Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby wingzz » March 7th, 2005, 5:21 am

sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby sumoe » March 7th, 2005, 6:38 am

wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.
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Postby DaBbLe » March 7th, 2005, 11:54 am

Just curious here? Whats the record for quotes within quotes within quotes, etc. I think I've got the messages memorized I've reread them so many times. I guess I'll see everyone at the training.....If I can remember where it's at. :lol: :lol:
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Postby Return of Crispy Creme » March 7th, 2005, 12:30 pm

DaBble
You trying to create a monster? We had several pages at one point that went on and on with quotes of quotes. I have a feeling it may resurface since you asked that.
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Postby froggyrider » March 7th, 2005, 9:41 pm

bOOger wrote:K2, harvey, claudia and frank,

what medical training do you need? CPR first aid or both. i would suggest reneweing evenif your current certs don't expire until later in the year as this is likely the only "free" course you will find.


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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby Knobby Kabushka » March 7th, 2005, 10:01 pm

sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby sumoe » March 7th, 2005, 10:48 pm

Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby Knobby Kabushka » March 7th, 2005, 10:57 pm

sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby sumoe » March 7th, 2005, 10:59 pm

Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel


I am wearing comfy clothing, as I don't expect to be riding afterward.
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby Knobby Kabushka » March 7th, 2005, 11:07 pm

sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel


I am wearing comfy clothing, as I don't expect to be riding afterward.


well if the ride is optional then I be wearing my rodeo gear...
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby sumoe » March 7th, 2005, 11:11 pm

Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel


I am wearing comfy clothing, as I don't expect to be riding afterward.


well if the ride is optional then I be wearing my rodeo gear...


Rodeo gear? Don't those spurs hurt? And, just what are you doing with that lariat? Is that a new rescue maneuver?
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby Knobby Kabushka » March 7th, 2005, 11:35 pm

sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel


I am wearing comfy clothing, as I don't expect to be riding afterward.


well if the ride is optional then I be wearing my rodeo gear...


Rodeo gear? Don't those spurs hurt? And, just what are you doing with that lariat? Is that a new rescue maneuver?


Never know when something or someone just might need a good jolt to get it/them going and the rope to haul it/them home afterwards...
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby wingzz » March 8th, 2005, 6:59 am

Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel


I am wearing comfy clothing, as I don't expect to be riding afterward.


well if the ride is optional then I be wearing my rodeo gear...


Rodeo gear? Don't those spurs hurt? And, just what are you doing with that lariat? Is that a new rescue maneuver?


Never know when something or someone just might need a good jolt to get it/them going and the rope to haul it/them home afterwards...



If you can bring riding clothes as we will be going out for a ride at least on sunday, we will be doing some mock incidents in the woods to simulate some situations you may run across
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby Return of Crispy Creme » March 8th, 2005, 1:21 pm

wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel


I am wearing comfy clothing, as I don't expect to be riding afterward.


well if the ride is optional then I be wearing my rodeo gear...


Rodeo gear? Don't those spurs hurt? And, just what are you doing with that lariat? Is that a new rescue maneuver?


Never know when something or someone just might need a good jolt to get it/them going and the rope to haul it/them home afterwards...



If you can bring riding clothes as we will be going out for a ride at least on sunday, we will be doing some mock incidents in the woods to simulate some situations you may run across


Will we be practicing the "lost hot young scantily clad female"? I will make sure to be there if we do. :D
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Re: Voluteer for the Mountain Bike Patrol?? Well.......

Postby Knobby Kabushka » March 8th, 2005, 10:44 pm

wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
sumoe wrote:
wingzz wrote:
Knobby Kabushka wrote:
sumoe wrote:
bOOger wrote:

The 2005 MMBP Patrol Training Seminar will be held Saturday and Sunday April 9 &10 at Pontaic Lake Recreation Area from 9 AM to 5 PM both days. Lunch provided. Accomodations can be discussed if needed. The agenda for Saturday will be CPR and first aid with a ride follwing. Sunday will entail patrol protocols, trailside bike repair skills, personal interaction skills, and another ride. If interested please send a PM or email to patrol@mmba.org


PLRA is a pretty big area. I'll probably get lost without better directions. (as usual). :roll:



I bet we meet at the park headquarters????



ding ding, give the man a cookie, that is correct sir
just east of the main entrance there is a sign pointing to the gun range and park headquarters, turn in there (on the north side of the road) and stay to the right, you'll see the HQ on the left.


So, you go in off Williams Lake road, head toward the trailhead, but turn right sooner?

Signed,

Directionally Challenged Sue


Yes


Thank you and KK for the help.


You are quite welcome


I'll see you there, then. I'll be the frazzled one arriving just about on time, or perhaps a bit late. Fashionably late, I might add.


Cool! I'm sure you'll be just fine and fashionably late is better then dumpy late. hey i wonder if we're to wear street clothes or bike apparel


I am wearing comfy clothing, as I don't expect to be riding afterward.


well if the ride is optional then I be wearing my rodeo gear...


Rodeo gear? Don't those spurs hurt? And, just what are you doing with that lariat? Is that a new rescue maneuver?


Never know when something or someone just might need a good jolt to get it/them going and the rope to haul it/them home afterwards...



If you can bring riding clothes as we will be going out for a ride at least on sunday, we will be doing some mock incidents in the woods to simulate some situations you may run across


Well there gos the rodeo gear, and on with the MIGHTY MOUSE outfit... And sue since you will be wearing "comfy clothes" you can be the mock incident......
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