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Re: Work vs. Play

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Shawn W

11-07-2012 16:13:51

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Well, I cant see it getting much better. Already really dropping off here in east central Illinois. Other then the big classes, like ITPA and IPA. Those seem to really be going good. But looks to me like there is big money in there. What I have notcied is the antique classes are getting smaller and smaller, but the stock barnyard pulls are having good turn outs. I dont know if its economy doing it, or something else. But I hear a lot of guys talking about the price of fuel and entry fees and cutting back. Not traveling as far and staying closer to home. Something must be causing it, but what, I dont know.

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11-07-2012 17:22:36

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Shawn W, 11-07-2012 16:13:51  

Our "barnyard" stock classes still seem to be holding up well in cIllinois.
Lot of fun and comradery!

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11-09-2012 13:07:25

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to kruser, 11-07-2012 17:22:36  
It's nice to see the heavy ones out pulling. our local club took a hit last year, but had a pretty good recovery this year. Next year looks pretty good as we get more and more guests. I see the lighter stock and lightly mod stuff going up a little.

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Shawn W

11-07-2012 18:22:42

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to kruser, 11-07-2012 17:22:36  
Yeah, I heard about you guys over west, just never made the trip that away. Been down around Effingham some and over at Casey area mostly.

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11-07-2012 16:44:21

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 Re: Work vs. Play in reply to Shawn W, 11-07-2012 16:13:51  
How far south are you from rt80?

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