TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby USA1 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 11:09 am

gwashorn wrote:Ah Man, I need to shoot some of those Crows then. Like I thought I would be the farthest..... I can darn near smell the gunpowder from here. I am just glad we have these people all coming. Can't wait to see faces with forum names.
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If there was a list for "Who is traveling the least farthest?" ...You might have first place. ;-)
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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby Pawpaw » Sat Oct 09, 2010 1:20 pm

I really want to attend, but it's not gonna happen this year. :cryin

According to Delorme it's 300.34 miles, door-to-door.
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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby Skiprr » Fri Oct 15, 2010 4:46 pm

I don't think I can claim this, but I am coming back from Phoenix that Friday evening to be at PSC Saturday before 7:00...so 1,226 miles. :mrgreen:

Otherwise, if you count where I'll actually sleep the night before the event, it's only a 54.7 mile drive.
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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby terryg » Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:36 pm

Skiprr wrote:I don't think I can claim this, but I am coming back from Phoenix that Friday evening to be at PSC Saturday before 7:00...so 1,226 miles. :mrgreen:

Otherwise, if you count where I'll actually sleep the night before the event, it's only a 54.7 mile drive.


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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby toddlinder » Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:32 pm

I suppose I should weigh in at 256 miles. Coming from near Midlothian TX.

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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby terryg » Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:32 am

toddlinder wrote:I suppose I should weigh in at 256 miles. Coming from near Midlothian TX.


Done: @ #6. We only need one more entry to knock the last of the locals, TLynnHughes & williamkevin, off of the list.
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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby USA1 » Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:36 am

terryg wrote: I am very fortunate to live very close to the range - 3.5 miles.

Everyone to your house for cake and ice creme afterwards! :razz:
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Re: TXCHLFDay 2010 - Who is traveling the farthest?

Postby terryg » Mon Oct 18, 2010 9:55 am

USA1 wrote:
terryg wrote: I am very fortunate to live very close to the range - 3.5 miles.

Everyone to your house for cake and ice creme afterwards! :razz:


Well, there is a Blue Bell distribution center in the vicinity and we are all armed ... :biggrinjester:
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