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Old 03-28-2008, 10:01 AM
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Who has some pics they can post up here.
A schooner with Stax seemed to be a good idea and agreed to by the majority. IF you have other ideas, please post them up. I don't think an official OU schooner will work so just a covered wagon, maybe even one with a team of horse pulling it, with the smokin stax and a dust trail behind it?
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Old 03-28-2008, 10:44 AM
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Who has some pics they can post up here.
A schooner with Stax seemed to be a good idea and agreed to by the majority. IF you have other ideas, please post them up. I don't think an official OU schooner will work so just a covered wagon, maybe even one with a team of hourse pulling it, with the smokin stax and a dust trail behind it?
What say you?
I like it.
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Old 03-28-2008, 10:46 AM
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Who has some pics they can post up here.
A schooner with Stax seemed to be a good idea and agreed to by the majority. IF you have other ideas, please post them up. I don't think an official OU schooner will work so just a covered wagon, maybe even one with a team of hourse pulling it, with the smokin stax and a dust trail behind it?
What say you?
Instead of a dust trail, how 'bout some smokin' rear wheels, and a trail of
smoke from the stax?
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Old 03-28-2008, 10:48 AM
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Instead of a dust trail, how 'bout some smokin' rear wheels, and a trail of
smoke from the stax?
Keep the team of horses out front, too. Some nice, BIG horses.
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Can anyone do something with this?
My artist abilities are non existant..


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Who has some pics they can post up here.
A schooner with Stax seemed to be a good idea and agreed to by the majority. IF you have other ideas, please post them up. I don't think an official OU schooner will work so just a covered wagon, maybe even one with a team of hourse pulling it, with the smokin stax and a dust trail behind it?
What say you?
i second that good idea covered wagon smokin stax.
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I did a seach for covered wagon and got nothing good....
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How bout a PSD with a canvis topper of sorts with Sooners on the side, and a little caption with "the New Schooner"
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Old 03-28-2008, 11:15 AM
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How bout a PSD with a canvis topper of sorts with Sooners on the side, and a little caption with "the New Schooner"
Can you draw up something...i can't quite picture that....for some reason.
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Old 03-28-2008, 11:17 AM
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Uh no................but I know a guy, let me see what I can do.
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