Well Tanya - you have a great plan for your place and that's cool
that you will be taking over! I'll be sure to stay at your place the
next time I'm Barracks-bound!
Now at the risk of this thread taking a turn for the worse, I vote
for keeping the ho-made pies! What a great way to attract business!
Much better than imaginary bumbleberries, ho's and balls have more
love and would make everybody's stay more interesting! :)
OK - enough garbage from me.. -joe
--- In Zion_National_Park_Hiking@yahoogroups.com
> Yes... so does the younger generation of the family, but we cannot
get the old timers to
> change much. ~laughing~
> I have tried and tried!!!!
> Grandpa Jack made that sign and as long as his 2 daughters have
any say, what-so-ever, it
> has to stay.
> ~hanging my head~
> I would get that bit-n-spur cook there too, if I had a say in the
restaurant. I will be
> running the motel, doing the accounting and running the Chevron,
but I want nothing to
> do with the restaurant. Ron Terry has said he will train cooks in
the winter.. so we might
> have Ho's and Balls there soon. ;)
> (I had seen that on a climbing site a while ago and again pressed
the issue to try and
> change the dang sign! ..lol)
> --- In Zion_National_Park_Hiking@yahoogroups.com, "Shane Burrows"
> > >>That is why I am buying the Tbird. <<
> > Ok Tanya. WORD!..... ah' have t'tell ya' mah' homeys and ah'
> > our ass off every time we roll by and see dis sign
> > http://www.climb-utah.com/temp/Files/ho.jpg
> > Care to elaborate?
> > And just to make things worse..... when we enter the park from
> > west we exit at a big sign pointing the way to "Toquerville" or
> > myfriends refer to it "To Queer Ville".
> > Shane