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07-07-2005, 14:09
Join the West Virginia Forum posting poll. We need an identity. For sale posting contacts have shown a number of WV GT'ers. Let's get this going. Some of us, especially Eastern Panhandlers, are very far away from other local GT members. We may be able to get group buys or shoots together.

I'm in. #1

Don't leave a brother hanging.

07-07-2005, 14:47
#2, Brother

T. Harless
07-07-2005, 16:50
Originally posted by milsurp
It's not really that bad of a state, but some people have a low image of us...

I'm in but you need to edit that. Don't be an apologist. West Virginia is a great state. Montani Semper Liberi, by God.....and Glocks!

07-07-2005, 21:35
I agree with T.Harless. I think we have a great State. I'm in for a WV Club. ^c

T. Harless
07-07-2005, 22:00
Originally posted by Timjo1955
I agree with T.Harless. I think we have a great State. I'm in for a WV Club. ^c

Where are you Timjo?

07-08-2005, 00:17
I reside in the Free State of Preston(officially known as Preston County). :)

07-08-2005, 06:33
Cool with that. I'm really not knocking the state. I enjoy living here. I choose to live here, and that's the proof in the pudding.

07-08-2005, 06:51
I am 10 min from the border and travel instate often-would be glad to join in....


07-08-2005, 07:04
Thanks Ronnie. That makes 5.

07-08-2005, 14:19
When I was younger I used to think this state was the pits. Then as I grew older and have graduated college I have come to realize that it truly is one of the most beautiful areas in the country. Yeah sure there is a certain amount of barefoot redneck that you have to put up with, but it's a small price to pay for the majority of people here who would give you the shirt off their back. Not to mention, there isn't a prettier drive than Charleston to Morgantown on I-79 IMHO. I haven't really gotten a chance to explore the eastern part of the state much, so maybe I am missing out. ;c ;c ;c

T. Harless
07-08-2005, 14:47
Originally posted by Goosteady
When I was younger I used to think this state was the pits. Then as I grew older and have graduated college I have come to realize that it truly is one of the most beautiful areas in the country.

I grew up in Richwood surrounded my the Monongahela National Forest. In the mountains, by east coast standards. Didn't mean nothing then. It's just where I lived. Like Goosteady says, you go off to college, off to work in other places and now when I get back to see mom I'm always amazed at how beautiful the area is. There's a drive, The Highland Scenic Highway, that is as stunning a drive as there is. Shame so much of the state is economically depressed. Richwood very much included.

You're not missing much, havinig not traveled to the Eastern Panhandle. We're wedged in up here between VA and MD (gasp) and not really like the rest of the state at all. Martinsburg is a nice little town. Harpers Ferry NHP is interesting. If you're into Civil War history, there's lots of that here. The upside is that it's really the only part of the state experiencing growth. We're now offically part of the Greater D.C/Baltimore Metro area. Of course there's good and bad to that. I can be in D.C. from my house (and am more than I'd like) in 1.5 hrs, conversely, I can be way in the sticks in about 15 mins.

If you ever do come visit, any of you dang hillbillies, I'll take you to my range and buy at least the first beer. Todd

07-08-2005, 18:40
I live in Ashland, Ky right across the river from Huntington. I have lots of family in WV and am there all the time too. Can I toss my vote in?

07-18-2005, 09:22
Correct me if I'm worng. 6 votes? Need some more.

T. Harless
07-18-2005, 13:18
Milsurp Keep beating the bushes. Thanks for the edit on your original post. Much better.

07-18-2005, 13:52
I have lived in this great state all of my twenty two years and wouldn't give it up for anything. Almost heaven is an understatement when you look at the rest of the country. Untamed wilderness as far as the eye can see. I do love the great state of West Virginia.:)

07-18-2005, 13:54
By the way, count my vote:)

T. Harless
07-18-2005, 13:55
Where abouts Spongeglock?

07-18-2005, 13:56
Wood County, Parkersburg Area

T. Harless
07-18-2005, 14:20
That's a world away from the EPan. I could be, from here, in DC, Balt. Philly, Pittsburgh even NYC in the time it would take to get to Parkersburg.

So you're #7

07-18-2005, 15:13
Count me in on that vote...

Whiskey Moodz

07-19-2005, 06:39
I'm about to see some of the Northern Panhandle on a business trip. Leaving today, and returning on Friday. Bush beating will need to be picked up by someone else ;) We could use some more threads spread out.

07-24-2005, 07:53
Hey guys. We'll have a new member to the WV Glockers forum (if we have the votes) in late March. My wife is pregnant!

T. Harless
07-24-2005, 08:08
Congrats! Your first?

07-24-2005, 12:06
Hillbilly here

T. Harless
07-24-2005, 12:09
Where abouts hillbilly?

07-24-2005, 13:53
T. Harless, thanks. My second and last. Snipp Snipp for me, tied tubes for her. Too much info. for everyone. I'm hoping that he's as cute, nice and smart as my 2.5 year old.

T. Harless
07-24-2005, 13:57
Good job. I had one of each and thought I was finished. Now it's 9, 7 and 8 months. Oops

07-25-2005, 06:08
Glad I won't be the only one with three kids. Not too common these days. Beleive me, we're done.

07-25-2005, 12:47
I'am in! Charleston, West "By God" Virginia

07-25-2005, 14:19
Glad to have you aboard, macjoc. Any WV'ers interested in milsurp rifles? Gotta sell to help the baby fund.