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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Ghostwolf » Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:53 pm

So the plot thickens...... or thins depending on how you look at it. :mrgreen:
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Glitch20 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 12:21 am

just a bit,( i have been busy playing one of the worst games i have ever seen in order to write up my review. so i can get paid)
so far all i have is, it is time for you all to vote on where the bug-out will be held.

1. Pedernales Falls state park
OR
2. Oxford Ranch

post up your vote and i will get around to tallying them up and make the offical decision.

more information for the parks here.
Pedernales Falls state park
Oxford Ranch

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Glitch20 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 12:21 am

Ghostwolf wrote:So the plot thickens...... or thins depending on how you look at it. :mrgreen:
i think this plot has thinned the heard quiet a bit :lol:

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Kangamangis » Tue Aug 10, 2010 12:28 am

Glitch20 wrote:just a bit,( i have been busy playing one of the worst games i have ever seen in order to write up my review. so i can get paid)
so far all i have is, it is time for you all to vote on where the bug-out will be held.

1. Pedernales Falls state park
OR
2. Oxford Ranch

post up your vote and i will get around to tallying them up and make the offical decision.

more information for the parks here.
Pedernales Falls state park
Oxford Ranch
i vote Oxford Ranch

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Dubbya » Tue Aug 10, 2010 7:56 am

2nd for Oxford.

I NEED my blazing fire this time. :mrgreen:

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by 3Fingas » Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:49 am

Could someone post the benefits and negatives of doing the event at either site like ....
Perdenales - been there....know what to expect...they accept credit/debit cards, but primitive camping might not
appeal to the widest group of people
Oxford -- can make fires (ugh, we like fires) , but only accepts cash...

I don't know anything about oxford other than what's on their site...

This will help everyone make an informed decision....

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Ghostwolf » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:41 am

Oxford is only about 100 acres to roam around on, however Enchanted Rock is only about 6-7miles down the road. Oxford has water, showers and bathrooms at the front of the property. It is drive up camping so people with physical impairments can camp no problem. There are no Park Rangers to gripe or complain about what you are doing wrong. Rules are very "loose" there, just don't kill anything or anybody or shoot up the place since they do have livestock on site. Firearms and alchohol are not forbidden but please no shooting unless your life depends on it(AIDS infected monkey attack, etc). No limitations on where you pitch camp or have a fire but you do need to bring your own fire wood DUBBYA. The onsite cafe is no longer open so bring what you want to eat and drink. The wife and I hold two large gatherings there every year and the people that run the place are great to deal with. Also, camping will cost less than half what it is at Pedernales Falls. If there are any questions you can think of just ask and I will answer best I can.
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Dubbya » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:36 am

Ghostwolf wrote:Oxford is only about 100 acres to roam around on, however Enchanted Rock is only about 6-7miles down the road. Oxford has water, showers and bathrooms at the front of the property. It is drive up camping so people with physical impairments can camp no problem. There are no Park Rangers to gripe or complain about what you are doing wrong. Rules are very "loose" there, just don't kill anything or anybody or shoot up the place since they do have livestock on site. Firearms and alchohol are not forbidden but please no shooting unless your life depends on it(AIDS infected monkey attack, etc). No limitations on where you pitch camp or have a fire but you do need to bring your own fire wood DUBBYA. The onsite cafe is no longer open so bring what you want to eat and drink. The wife and I hold two large gatherings there every year and the people that run the place are great to deal with. Also, camping will cost less than half what it is at Pedernales Falls. If there are any questions you can think of just ask and I will answer best I can.
Ive got more than enough wood.

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Ghostwolf » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:39 am

But will Kent be there to carry it for ya? :wink:
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by KentsOkay » Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:33 pm

Ghostwolf wrote:But will Kent be there to carry it for ya? :wink:
A: I still aint touchin' Dubbya's wood. Not no way not no how.

B: I fear this young Texan is off to school in wild lands of the north, Boston. I'll be gone for the fall semester, then finish out the year via extension school. If any crazy shit goes down, Immabe buggin' southwards.

My vote is for Oxford, you can crank up the awesomeness by trying to summon spirits atop Enchanted Rock (that place be haunted). Be sure to have a chainsaw and coach gun on hand, cuz we all know how such things turn out.

I say its time fer plannin' a SPRING event :D
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Spamity Calamity » Tue Aug 10, 2010 8:49 pm

My vote is for Oxford park as well.
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by 3Fingas » Tue Aug 10, 2010 9:25 pm

Ok....Oxford university or ranch or where ever.... but I have a feeling someone's gonna bring brewskis or mezcal and all hell's gonna break loose...someone or something's gonna bite Dubbya again and then we'll have a outbreak on our hands....we had better do the proper planning on this bugout to avoid that tragedy-- As you all know, idleness is the Devil's workshop :D
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Post by KentsOkay » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:24 pm

3Fingas wrote:Ok....Oxford university or ranch or where ever.... but I have a feeling someone's gonna bring brewskis or mezcal and all hell's gonna break loose...someone or something's gonna bite Dubbya again and then we'll have a outbreak on our hands....we had better do the proper planning on this bugout to avoid that tragedy-- As you all know, idleness is the Devil's workshop :D
Sounds just possibly more awesome than my rock-top remake of Evil Dead...
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Dubbya » Wed Aug 11, 2010 8:19 am

KentsOkay wrote:A: I still aint touchin' Dubbya's wood. Not no way not no how.
Being the greenhorn, you will learn to enjoy my wood. :mrgreen:
3fingas wrote:someone or something's gonna bite Dubbya again
We should be safe as long as there is no tequila. 8)

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by KentsOkay » Wed Aug 11, 2010 12:04 pm

Dubbya wrote:
KentsOkay wrote:A: I still aint touchin' Dubbya's wood. Not no way not no how.
Being the greenhorn, you will learn to enjoy my wood. :mrgreen:
All I have to say is... umm...
COME ON BABY LIGHT MY FIRE!!
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Glitch20 » Thu Aug 12, 2010 9:29 pm

ok, so it is official the Central Texas Bug Out is to be held at Oxford Ranch.

know we just need to confirm the number of people that plan to attend.

and how big of a hole we need for the Kangamangs. :lol:

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by 3Fingas » Thu Aug 12, 2010 9:34 pm

For the record:

What are the dates of the bugout?

What will it cost each person?

I know this has been mentioned before, but at my age I get distracted easily....
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Glitch20 » Thu Aug 12, 2010 10:24 pm

3Fingas wrote:For the record:

What are the dates of the bugout?

What will it cost each person?

I know this has been mentioned before, but at my age I get distracted easily....
the official dates are September 25th - 26th

i will have to get with ghostwolf on the cost per person.

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Kangamangis » Sat Aug 14, 2010 2:13 am

Glitch20 wrote:ok, so it is official the Central Texas Bug Out is to be held at Oxford Ranch.

know we just need to confirm the number of people that plan to attend.

and how big of a hole we need for the Kangamangs. :lol:
wait a second what kind of hole are we talking about? If its a sleeping hole, it needs to be about the size of child's tent. If its a daddy longleg pisshole, its needs to be big enough for 2, because I'm taking you with me.

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Glitch20 » Sat Aug 14, 2010 10:37 am

Kangamangis wrote:
Glitch20 wrote:ok, so it is official the Central Texas Bug Out is to be held at Oxford Ranch.

know we just need to confirm the number of people that plan to attend.

and how big of a hole we need for the Kangamangs. :lol:
wait a second what kind of hole are we talking about? If its a sleeping hole, it needs to be about the size of child's tent. If its a daddy longleg pisshole, its needs to be big enough for 2, because I'm taking you with me.
i was talking about the hole for the hog you volunteered to bring, need to know how big to ask them to make it.

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Kangamangis » Sat Aug 14, 2010 11:44 am

Glitch20 wrote:
Kangamangis wrote:
Glitch20 wrote:ok, so it is official the Central Texas Bug Out is to be held at Oxford Ranch.

know we just need to confirm the number of people that plan to attend.

and how big of a hole we need for the Kangamangs. :lol:
wait a second what kind of hole are we talking about? If its a sleeping hole, it needs to be about the size of child's tent. If its a daddy longleg pisshole, its needs to be big enough for 2, because I'm taking you with me.
i was talking about the hole for the hog you volunteered to bring, need to know how big to ask them to make it.
hahaha, I was getting all defensive. I will get back to you on that hole size, its not going to be that big. We could probably dig ourselves, since we are driving up to the site.

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Kangamangis » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:24 pm

Are we still going to have a meeting this month, if so what are the details?

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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Ghostwolf » Sat Aug 21, 2010 12:13 pm

I just got off the phone with RC Wallace and he is gonna do his best to make it to the bugout but has to check his work schedule. If he makes it he will teach primitive fire skills. He is a wealth of knowledge and I'm sure we will all come away with a new skill if he makes it.

Glitch... Get in touch with the wife on reservations and pricing at Oxford. She already talked briefly to the owner and they are happy to have us.
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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Post by Lupa » Mon Aug 23, 2010 7:36 pm

I verified with Oxford Ranch Campground today.
Cost for tent camping for this event will be $6 per person, per night.

Oxford Ranch Campground is at 11380 S Hwy 16 ( on Hwy 16, between Llano and Fredericksburg).
There are facilities at the front of the property (bathrooms, showers, water).
We generally prefer the area by the back tank... take a right past the office and follow the drive down to just past the second right. Park in the obvious area next to the tree grove. The tank is past the tree line.
No need to check in at the office. Check in with me.

This is a private campground on private land. There is no shooting. Please dont kill or harass the cows. Respect the property. No illegal substances. Dont cut down trees.
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