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2010 O-fest???????

milesofsmilesmilesofsmiles Posts: 1,355
edited 2:02PM in EggHead Forum
JMHO, Ok. Lots of MIA, more than I expected & I understand. Y'all were missed. So I hung with the North Georgia Eggers alot. I just learned Fidel has a Bday today, He hid that well. Rod thanks for the BEERS, as the beer wagon did not start serving till aft. 11 A.M. :ohmy: Don't know if they ever did start the race car rides. I might have paid $10.00 for three laps ???? @ 125 mph sorta slo. The venue was good, the music was loud, never found the Demo stage. Had a chat with Chris Capell ( Dizzy Pig ) also Dr. BBQ. Got a few pics. can't figger how to post em. I'am sure some will be posted later. :) :) :) Next year ????. Oh. MUD free zone. Nice.


  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Ronnie, how did it compare to years past? -RP
  • Good to see ya Miles! Go Vols!
  • Not as Good. To many MIA's. I'am sure great times were had by many. Maybe I'am just sad to be out of the Egg selling biz. We'll see. :)
  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    Tim quit selling Eggs? -RP
  • No, I quit Tim. Back to selling Furniture. I gotta sell. Spas toooo slow. :)
  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    I hear that. -RP
  • Beautiful weather, open space, wide open venue, easy in/out/park, and lots of new faces and curious visitors, and of course some great food made by all. Loved the live music.

    My 2 cents: For those who came to camp and tailgate- clear winners, and I think the fest if it remains here will be known as a must-camp to enjoy the full weekend, unless you are a local. But given the location and lack of (across the street) lodging the late night scene will be limited to those with rigs and tents, and the locals will head home at 3PM.

    The bugs that need to be worked out from talking to people and observing- clearly the 4-free-ticket-beer line that stretched to Russia with one serving station, while pay-for-drink tents were plentiful, needs some adjusting. Also plenty of room to add more tent seating. I missed Friday but heard the queues were similar.
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