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Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by MudPro » Sat Sep 08, 2012 2:39 pm

The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons (Freemasons) will again be holding their annual Harvest Home Day event and those with some serious off-road machines are invited to display their "toys" up against the Corvette and Motorcycle Club displays. The event is open to all Men, you need not be a Mason. Its a fun morning and purely social in nature. Pancake breakfast, great german sausage sandwiches, corn husking competitions, etc. The car show is just that, for show and camaraderie. But if you're not doing anything that day, want to meet a few new Jeepers and maybe take a peek to see what this whole Freemason thing is all about, this couldn't be a better opportunity. There is a cool museum on site and tours of the facilities, including Lodge rooms will be conducted (way cool).

When: Saturday, October 6, 2012 (show vehicle need to be onsite by 6am, event begins at 7am and ends by noon)

Where: 304 International Circle Cockeysville, MD 21030

If you would like to display your rig, please get a hold of me to reserve a space.

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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by wesleypipesyo » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:00 am

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That will make it easier for folks.
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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by frosty » Mon Sep 10, 2012 6:25 am

wesleypipesyo wrote:That will make it easier for folks.
Also makes it easier for his email address to be harvested. It was pretty easy as it was although I would have left off the "s and spelled out dot but thats just me.
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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by Cowboy » Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:36 am

frosty wrote:
wesleypipesyo wrote:That will make it easier for folks.
Also makes it easier for his email address to be harvested. It was pretty easy as it was although I would have left off the "s and spelled out dot but thats just me.
I would have done it a little different too...maybe like this:

PM me for contact info...
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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by frosty » Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:41 am

Cowboy wrote:
frosty wrote:
wesleypipesyo wrote:That will make it easier for folks.
Also makes it easier for his email address to be harvested. It was pretty easy as it was although I would have left off the "s and spelled out dot but thats just me.
I would have done it a little different too...maybe like this:

PM me for contact info...
That too. But then I would have spelled it out like I mentioned above even in the PM. :flipoff:
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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by Cowboy » Mon Sep 10, 2012 9:47 am

Always some one has to be a critic... :flipoff: but on a side note, I'm not happy missing the edit button right now. :evil: Should have used the preview, and didn't. I am enjoying a beer right now though. :drinkers:
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frosty wrote:
wesleypipesyo wrote:That will make it easier for folks.
Also makes it easier for his email address to be harvested. It was pretty easy as it was although I would have left off the "s and spelled out dot but thats just me.
I would have done it a little different too...maybe like this:
MudPro wrote:PM MudPro for contact info...
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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by BOCEPHUS » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:12 am

Bill,

We already talked but as a reminder I'm in. Last year I think some participants had some sort of permit or something. Last year there was some confusion with some of the event staff as to whether we had permission to be there. Can you pm me a point of contact just in case if I get there again before you do. Thanks, Bryan

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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by MudPro » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:06 pm

Info on admission to the site sent via PM, Brian.

Anyone else interested?


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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by MudPro » Tue Sep 11, 2012 11:00 pm

OrangeSpear wrote:I'm in
Are you bringing the trailered rig? Same routine as last time. I'll save you an extra wide space.

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Post by OrangeSpear » Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:17 am

I'm going to bring the scrambler.

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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by Chasm » Fri Sep 21, 2012 4:48 pm

Old Yeller will be there representing Lodge #46! :mrgreen:
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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by MudPro » Sun Sep 23, 2012 10:28 am

Just a bump to remind everyone that we have two spots remaining for the jeep display on October 6, 2012 at the Maryland Grand Lodge. So if you want in, drop me a note one way or another.

Also that the event is open to all men, not just Freemasons. So if you want to stop by and meet some of us Jeepers who will be onside, or learn more about what Freemasonry is all about, drop by between 7 - 11 am and I'll treat you to breakfast.

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Re: Maryland Freemason - Harvest Home Day

Post by MudPro » Tue Oct 01, 2013 2:29 pm

Its that time of year again for the Freemason Harvest Home Day. We've had a nice assortment of restored and/or built up rigs on display over the past three years, and I wanted to extend an open invitation once again to any men who wish to participate.

When: Saturday, October 5, 2013 (show vehicle need to be onsite by 5:30am, event begins at 6am and ends by noon)

Where: 304 International Circle Cockeysville, MD 21030

The event is a social meet and greet for Freemasons from throughout Maryland, and for any men interested in learning what the fraternity is about. Early morning breakfast will be severed, plenty of hot coffee, Lodges from all around the State, as well as many appendage bodies, will have information booths set up. There will be the Freemason motorcycle and Corvette Clubs also on display.

If you would like to participate, drop me a message and I will send you my cell and what you need to drive on site.

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