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Greetings Ya'll from the Queen City of the Ozarks

Discussion in 'New Recruits Meet & Greet Area' started by Steel Cross, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. Steel Cross

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    actually from a small village surrounded by acres of pasturelands, hills, streams and the Mark Twain Nat'l Forest. I'm new to this board and ready to have fun, ask questions and learn. Send us some rain, sleet, a heavy fog, morinng dew or just throw a snowball our way. We're getting desperate.
     
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  3. wayne jackson

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    welcome from TEXAS
     
  4. 4th-MSM

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    Welcome from another Ozarker! I'd sure like some rain too, just as long as it doesn't come as freezing rain! I don't feel like sliding off the road this year. :wink:
     
  5. Steel Cross

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    Greetins' corprl, be ye fed or sesch be east of Truman Lake or west be ye north of 44 or south of James River or summerz else?
     
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    Welcome, neighbor. I'm from Arkansas. Be ready to learn.
     
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    Greetings from East Texas!
     
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    Hello and Greetings from the Commonwealth of Penna.
     
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    Steel Cross,

    I look forward to your future postings here and in many of the forums here. We're finding; is that some names are shared by other states, same with roads. So, if you will - when you are talking about Arlington, please denote which one-- Arlington, Virginia, Arlington, Texas, etc. Columbia Pike, is another common road term; so it would help to know where this road is--Virginia or elsewhere. That way, we're able to follow your topic/words/comments and observations.

    Please know there are no quotas but, certainly want to hear from you.

    Post when you feel comfortable in doing so and at your own speed.

    No limits on how much you post.

    References are wonderful if you have them. It is great to go to the same book, page and read as another poster has; to read all of what that page has to offer. I like official records myself. So, I post all the information I can as to share.

    Personal opinions and comments are welcomed also. So, don't feel this forum requires only references as to post comments about. However, I must mention that it does help when it is expressed when a post is a personal opinion or a statement of facts.

    I look forward to your posts. Forums are habit forming, especially when there are new discoveries and pictures.

    Respectfully,
    M. E. Wolf
     
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    Howdy! Well, if I went along with my kin from these parts, I'd guess I'd be a Fed. If yer a secesh though, don't worry, I've got lots of Rebs in the family too (I come from a mostly Southern linage too). :smile:

    I live out in the woods a ways south of Springfield but still in Missouri, makes it mighty handy to stop by either Wilson's Creek or Pea Ridge fer a spell.
     
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    Hello there and welcome to CWT from New Zealand :smile:
     
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  15. Steel Cross

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    Oops. Sorry. General. Sincere apologies. I hope I didn't break all those rules in just my third posting. Just a small town boy here, forgetting that this is an international stage. PS The references were all related to SW Missouri.
     
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    Sir, would that John Ross be related to the first Principal Chief of the Cherokee nation, which fought for the Confederacy?
     
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    No, that's just Wolf's standard welcome. It's helpful to remember, though!
     
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    Welcome from Alaska. The Ozarks are beautiful and will always remember catching fish on Table Rock Lake,poking around the old caves, and Silver Dollar City.
     
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  21. Steel Cross

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    Greetings, Alaska. Took a trip with my father on the old Al=Can Highway when it was gravel. Caught greyling and sat it the hot springs on the way to Fairbanks. What mountains! Be Well. mountain man.
     
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