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  • "Over the Hill" Bob
    started a topic Fernburner, who's going?

    Fernburner, who's going?

    Woohoo! Only a couple more days and it's time to head to the Lucky Mud for a little Fernburner action. Who else is going? I'm camping this year so that I can take in all the action, unlike last year. Look forward to seeing everyone.

    Bob

  • jevon
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    You know what was the best thing about the 'Burner? The addition of the picnic table on hole 9. That thing just plain rocked!

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  • LJ Jubner
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    Originally posted by Ol' Bob View Post
    and it seems it's used for arthritis and hypoglycemia.
    Bobs going into the patent medicine business


    Ol Bob's Devils Club Rub

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  • Ol' Bob
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    Funny thing, Jub: I just did a search and it seems it's used for arthritis and hypoglycemia, two issues I have.

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  • jevon
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    Originally posted by Sausage Fingers View Post


    Who's up for a road trip?
    Pick me! Pick me!

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  • Ol' Bob
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    I don't know, I've never been able to stay between the lines. I value my anarchy, but I'll try not to let it kill me or hurt others. People who believe it's dangerous, need to get outside the lines themselves once in a while. They can draw their own lines too tightly. Then, out of that self-imposed constraint, they'll want to pinch down everyone's freedom. The mark of the Euro-barbarians is their fear of one thing beyond all others: wild people. Must be something about that "original sin" myth.

    Now where were we?

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  • LJ Jubner
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    Originally posted by Ol' Bob View Post
    I hear it has medicinal properties. Maybe that thorn that's been stuck in my knuckle for over four years is keeping me alive.
    Jeez Bob, We talked about this! Keep the secret!!!

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  • Sausage Fingers
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    Originally posted by Ol' Bob View Post
    I'm not for eradicating the devil's club. It just needs to be off the course proper. The way I see it, there's plenty of space for it to continue on, being a bane to hunters and loggers. I don't want to win the War Against Nature or even be a mercenary in it. The command to "subdue the earth" is what most undermines any gang who follows it. Bad mojo. None of us walks without bending a blade of grass. I'll go so far as to nick the bark of a tree from time to time. Anyway, the devil's club just doesn't play well with others. I hear it has medicinal properties. Maybe that thorn that's been stuck in my knuckle for over years is keeping me alive.
    Or maybe that thorn is what causes you to digress...

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  • Ol' Bob
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    I'm not for eradicating the devil's club. It just needs to be off the course proper. The way I see it, there's plenty of space for it to continue on, being a bane to hunters and loggers. I don't want to win the War Against Nature or even be a mercenary in it. The command to "subdue the earth" is what most undermines any gang who follows it. Bad mojo. None of us walks without bending a blade of grass. I'll go so far as to nick the bark of a tree from time to time. Anyway, the devil's club just doesn't play well with others. I hear it has medicinal properties. Maybe that thorn that's been stuck in my knuckle for over four years is keeping me alive.

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  • Ms Thing
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    Devils Club is just what it sounds like, the stalks are completely covered in thorns that have barbs on the end so you can't get them out. I am so glad that stuff is out of there, I did see a few little ones but I know that they will be swiftly taken care of when they get big enough to see over the ferns.

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  • Sausage Fingers
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    Originally posted by Ol' Bob View Post
    Thursday and I finally got the four moved baskets back on the standard positions. Been really quiet. The spilled spaghetti sauce got licked up by the raccoons and it's hard to tell anything happened here out of the ordinary.

    Yup, really quiet. I don't like it. It's too quiet, I tells ya.
    I love how the deer knocked the pan right off the stove! Classic!

    What a time I had at this tourney! Why did I wait so long to attend?!?!

    Thanks to Adam & Sarah for an amazing time. Somebody must know that the way to my heart is through my stomach. O-M-G. This sets the bar for tourney accoutrement. And Fosbury himself would be hard pressed to jump higher. Food Coma after amazing dg. What more can you ask for?

    I had 2 great rounds with Karl & Dave P. I will gladly play anywhere anytime with these gentlemen. Solid play all weekend and I barely edged it out by 1 stroke. And I hit the pole in the air on the last hole of the tourney. It just doesn't get any closer than that. Thanks to you both.

    The course was in incredible shape for the tourney. Thanks to Ol Bob and everyone who went out and made the course better for us all. I don't even know what Devil's Club is, and I don't think I want to know. I was amazed that I could play the 'Back 12' so much better than I fared on the "Front 9'. I have to play this course more than once a year.

    Who's up for a road trip?

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  • "Over the Hill" Bob
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    Originally posted by Ol' Bob View Post
    Thursday and I finally got the four moved baskets back on the standard positions. Been really quiet. The spilled spaghetti sauce got licked up by the raccoons and it's hard to tell anything happened here out of the ordinary.

    Yup, really quiet. I don't like it. It's too quiet, I tells ya.



    Quiet before the storm no doubt!

    Bob

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  • Ol' Bob
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    Thursday and I finally got the four moved baskets back on the standard positions. Been really quiet. The spilled spaghetti sauce got licked up by the raccoons and it's hard to tell anything happened here out of the ordinary.

    Yup, really quiet. I don't like it. It's too quiet, I tells ya.
    Last edited by Ol' Bob; July 30th, 2009, 02:55 PM.

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  • Fletch
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    On behalf of the Inn at Lucky Mud I would like to thank all those who helped make this year's Fernburner the biggest and best yet. We couldn't have asked for better weather (maybe 5 degrees cooler) and I think the course played as well as it ever has. A special thanks goes out to Doug Lostrom who was BBQ overlord for over 70 lbs of meat. Also big thanks to Mick, both Tims, Jub, Tina, Mitch, Kara and Kye, Ginger, and everyone else who pitched in during and leading up to the event.

    There was some great golf played over the weekend. Congrats to all those who came away with some glass (Thanks Treasure, you too Chris!), and to all those who placed, and to everyone else that managed to have a kick ass time out there.

    Adam

    Here's the scores

    NAME/OPEN ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 WAYNE WHITNEY 57 57 114
    2 DUSTIN MILBROT 59 58 117
    3 ERIC LUND 59 58 117
    4 AARON PITSER 59 58 117
    5 ADAM FLETCHER 54 64 118
    6 MIKE RIDEOUT 60 60 120
    7 MING 63 58 121
    8 BART YANOCH 65 56 121
    9 MARVIN HENRY 63 59 122
    10 DOUG WHITNEY 54 69 123
    11 CHRIS SCHULER 64 60 124
    12 JOHN WILLIS 63 63 126
    13 SHAWN LAUNDRY 67 62 129
    14 BRUCE MURPHY 66 71 137
    15 SCRUFFY 71 66 137

    OPEN WOMEN ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 SARA FLETCHER 69 71 140
    2 JESSIE WESTPHAL 70 70 140
    3 KARA SARTORIS 75 68 143
    4 JENN YAGOS 73 71 144
    5 SHANNON SMITH 76 74 150

    MASTERS ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 LOWELL SHEILDS 57 54 111
    2 TERRY SURRAT 62 59 121
    3 ERIC MESFORD 62 62 124
    4 CHRIS GRAHAM 61 68 129
    5 SEAN BENSON 68 63 131
    6 DAVE KOTAS 73 69 142
    7 B'MOB 67 DNF 67

    NAME/ADV MASTERS ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 JORDAN LEWIS 62 63 125
    2 RICH VELTKAMP 59 67 126
    3 DAVE PUAOKALANI 65 62 127
    4 CARL ROUSH 69 63 132
    5 LONELL GREEN 65 72 137
    6 GAWIAN STERN 74 65 139
    7 OL'BOB 70 74 144
    8 CURT MOTT 71 73 144
    9 FRANK SHOEMAKER 75 69 144
    10 JUB JUB 71 76 147
    11 JOE LOCKWOOD 73 78 151
    12 BOB CABAL 83 78 161
    13 BEN TRUELOVE 87 81 168

    NAME/ADVANCED ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 AARON THORFINNSON 61 62 123
    2 TIM COYE 61 65 126
    3 CHRIS GILBERTS 63 63 126
    4 SAM GIBSON 63 64 127
    5 BARRET 62 67 129
    6 KYE DOERR 64 66 130
    7 NATE 64 69 133
    8 SEAN MAGHU 66 67 133
    9 RONNIE B 70 69 139
    10 CHUCK 71 69 140
    11 JUSTIN HIATT 71 70 141
    12 DYLAN CHANING 72 69 141

    ADV WOMEN ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 JAIME GIBSON 75 79 154
    2 Ashley Petersen 79 76 155
    3 DANA YANOCH 80 76 156
    4 SAM 82 81 163
    5 SUSAN HURLEY 92 85 177

    NAME/INT ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 RAYHN 62 59 121
    2 PATRICK DARR 63 60 123
    3 MITCH FRERICHS 64 71 135
    4 JOHN SHEARER 72 68 140
    5 JACOB SMITH 78 65 143
    6 JEVON SCHOOLEY 72 72 144
    7 TRACY CARROL 75 71 146
    8 COREY BISHOP 77 73 150
    9 MAX MCCARTHY 75 77 152
    10 SPENCER 81 75 156
    11 Jaron Carlson 77 81 158
    12 MICK MATHIS 77 83 160
    13 MIKE FRANKOWICZ 78 82 160
    14 DAN NUNES 85 84 169
    15 Derek Dejager 87 83 170
    16 MIKE LARY 90 84 174
    17 TIM 91 85 176
    18 TREVOR 87 DNF 87

    INT WOMEN ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 THERESA 94 101 195
    2 AMY PARKS 103 98 201
    3 MOLLY MCCARTHY 96 107 203

    RECREATIONAL ROUND 1 ROUND 2 TOTAL
    1 RICK KOLIUS 78 82 160
    2 RANDY ENG 87 91 178

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  • Sam
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    Originally posted by Tim View Post
    Hehe, yeah, it's safe to say that was the highlight of my weekend. And yeah, every once in a while, Terrace can pull it together. Definitely want to make some more trips to OR, but you should come up north more often too. Then you can see what our usual performance is like!
    This is the plan, Tim. Will drop you a line when we know more.

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