Re: Please withdraw me from R & B
Thanks for the sentiments, and I have no reason to characterize your course as "cut and run".
I do have a suggestion though.
I put your account in "no mail" status.
That way you can maintain your membership and won't receive individual emails in your personal box.
You will continue to enjoy all the privileges of membership and can follow the action or research the archives via the Internet connection.
If that doesn't work for you, let me know and I will reluctantly revoke your membership.
The snow in the higher elevations will be melting soon and those trails will be opening up. Other hard-surface and back roads are available more conveniently. Two Honda 230L's await!
--- In Maury_and_Baty@yahoogroups.com,
Ned Netterville wrote, in part:
> Would you be so kind as to take my name
> off the Maury and Baty list.
> I am having a hard time trying to keep
> up with my email...
> I do want to thank you for courtesies
> shown including catching that contradiction,
> linking me to the church of Christ, which I
> intend to further investigate, and particularly
> for the invite to go riding.
> If I am ever in the neighborhood of RMNP you
> will probably hear from me about firming up
> the invite.
> Good luck with your M & B group, and don't
> let those creationists prove you wrong. :)
> Oh yeah, and please don't tell folks I cut
> and ran.