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 Post subject: Feelin Groovy
PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:44 pm 
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So about an hour ago Im soaking in an Epsom Salt bath trying to loosen my hurt shoulder and knee and I'm listening to my stereo and I came to a new realization ~ maybe someone who knows everying word of "Feelin Groovy", can sing it without missing a beat and remembers when it hit the airwaves should not be running a SORCS race with a bunch of teenage, 20-something and 30-something kids... ::screwy::

Just sayin...

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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Hogwash. Racing is fun no matter what your age. Quit yer belly aching and heal up so you can go race! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:30 pm 
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Paul Wright wrote:
Hogwash. Racing is fun no matter what your age. Quit yer belly aching and heal up so you can go race! :)


Hahahahaha that's exactly the answer I needed to hear!!! Thanks PW!!!! ::up::

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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You got to be kidding me! :D

You got two laps in, the tent and tent personnel made it through without any hits!
Sounds like you had an awesome day! ::cheers::

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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Yeah but ya went & did the race & that's awesome girl! I wish I could've been there to ride but I'm holed up in WI while all the deer hunters are trying to kill bambi's. Have a glass of wine and be proud of yourself. ::cheers::

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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Thanks girlz for the encouragement!! I did have a terrific day overall yesterday - and like Tracee said no SORCS Personnel were wounded ::up:: so I'm feeling a bit better today!! By next weekend I'll be ready to go do it again... hahaha!! Or hopefully at least by the Dec 2nd Highland Park Hare Scramble! ::yippie::

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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Perhaps you should consider dualsport riding? Ask KTMmomma, I think she really enjoys it!

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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rnr_ragamuffin wrote:
I came to a new realization ~ maybe someone who knows everying word of "Feelin Groovy", can sing it without missing a beat and remembers when it hit the airwaves should not be running a SORCS race with a bunch of teenage, 20-something and 30-something kids... ::screwy::

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Yeah, but do you remember the Everly Brothers?

Wake up little Suzy, whatta you gonna tell your pa? We got some racin' to do!

Just don't knock down the course workers. Practice. Practice. Practice.

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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Ben - I've had several people recommend Dual Sport riding and I just may explore that soon!! I have to admit though, I absolutely love Hare Scrambles and I'm not ready to give 'em up just yet. BUT if I take a few more hits like I did yesterday, I may be rethinking that!!

CBobbette - LOL!!! ::rotf:: You would have been so proud of me ~ I made it through the Scoring Tent twice yesterday with NO Mishaps!! ::smirk:: I tried to get PW to set me up a practice tent so I could practice practice practice, but I don't think he could afford the expense of replacing them hahaha! Plus it wouldn't be the same without having actual Scoring People in there as obstacles!

By the way everyone - I took 1st Place in the Women's Class!! Woot Woot!!! But in all honesty, I was the only one in the Women's Class :D However, It was pretty cool going through the scoring tent and seeing my name on the digital display and under it "Class Leader"!!! Never thought I'd see that ::yippie::

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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By the way everyone - I took 1st Place in the Women's Class!! Woot Woot!!!


First rule of racing. Don't volunteer how *few* others were in your class. You drove out there and raced. You finished and finished first in your class. Congrats!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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rnr_ragamuffin wrote:
By the way everyone - I took 1st Place in the Women's Class!! Woot Woot!!!


First rule of racing. Don't volunteer how *few* others were in your class. You drove out there and raced. You finished and finished first in your class. Congrats!!!


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You never know how many might have just stayed home cause they knew you were gonna put the whoop on 'em. ::up::

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 Post subject: Re: Feelin Groovy
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Sore shoulders and knees and (add sore body part here) should be worn a badge of honor, not as a reason to stop.

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