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1st Annual N. Texas Square Body Forum Truck Rally

Discussion in 'Events' started by oldretiredafguy, Jul 22, 2020.

  1. Craig Nedrow

    Craig Nedrow Full Access Member

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    Not Yankee, were Westerners!
     
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  2. DoubleDingo

    DoubleDingo BLM=Bureau of Land Management

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    Squarebody Owners Lives Matter! :favorites37:
     
  3. idahovette

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    For the good of the CAUSE!!!!!!!!
     
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    I spent some time in your neck of the woods when i was seeing the country, i think. It was 20+ years ago but i think it might have been Naches, or close to it. I remember having to go to Yakima to get an alternator for my toyota chinook. I worked at a gas station/convenience store near the Yakima river(i think), where i camped and the chick i was with was working like 45 minutes away at a restaurant near a pretty good sized lake. Bunch of commuting but it was beautiful there. One of my favorite parts of the trip. We stopped long enough to get cash to carry on. I remember leaving there with the whole back of the chinook filled with Ranier beer, because it was so cheap. Lol. Good times. Sorry for the long winded post:crazy:
     
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