Thank God For The Change In Months...
Our long national nightmare is now officially over...but if you
need a reminder, check out the
Archive. And did anyone think the picture of
Martin Lynch was
really Fred Heller...I mean anyone besides Pud?
Gazzoo, , email@example.com, [Msgid=97249]
Canoe, and now Snowmobile
Just got back from Minocqua...believe it or not I rolled a sled
going around a turn at maybe 12 mph...did $800 of damage to the
hood...I emerged unscathed physically. The worst thing is, I
couldn't blame Matt Healy...Pete, I guess I still haven't
achieved "balance" in my life! Have fun having fun at my
expense...I've certainly earned it!
JMoss, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=97261]
Moss...glad to see you weren't hurt!
marksy, , , [Msgid=97319]
Esch, who lives up Nord, hey, tells me that snowmobilers
regularly decapitate themselves on wire fences which the snow
David Raskin, , email@example.com, [Msgid=97387]
Vegas in March
The Vegas trip is still on. Tim and I plan to go March 14 to
March 17. We have made reservations at Treasure Island.
Branovan, Morris, Salit, Heller, and Meadow are also
possibilities. E-mail me if you are interested. Unfortunately
Arizona doesn't look very strong, however, they would still
kick the crap out of Indiana.
Danny Plattner, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=97509]
Donny, if you think Pud will be there, I've got some land I'd
love to sell you!
JMoss, , email@example.com, [Msgid=97553]
Hey Gazzoo, if we can't look at Pud's ass anymore, how about
David Raskin, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=97571]
MOSSLER ACCIDENT PHOTO!
Murray Baker Bridge, Peoria, Illinois
Bat-Show in the snow
I think I saw the Min-Aqua bats do that snowmobile trick
Jeff Leiken, , BigWill@MayorOfMinaqua.com, [Msgid=97715]
Libra in reverse
Young JayMosshopper, it is not the same to talk of bulls as to
be in the bullring.
p'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=97721]
Hoosier in Pain
Hey Donny. That crack about Indiana basketball hurts! I have to
admit, though, I enjoyed it more than Pud's cra.... By the way
Pud, I'm not buying you lunch any more if you continue to flash
your a** on this family website.
Willy, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=97758]
Hey Zoo I'm worn out just reading Harold's news-letters. For
some reason, I can't recall the entire camp being so busy,
grant it I was at the point for most of that summer! The T.S.
Elliot experienced some serious flight delays! Things are
entirely what they appear to be and behind them there is
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=97772]
Donny, Vegas-March 14-17th sounds good for me-my wife is
haveing kid #3 on March 13th -(I may not get there until the
15th.) I have a great small world story. I hired a guy to work
with us in Memphis. As we are talking one day I ask him if he
is from here and he tells me that he grew up in St. Louis. He
went to Ladue and played football with Meadow. He is few years
younger than Meadow and he did not know the rest of the gang.
His name is Aaron Solomon. Small world
Danny Buring, w-901-869-2720 , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=97794]
Buring, if you can talk your wife into letting you go to Vegas
two days after you have a kid, you are my hero!
JMoss, , email@example.com, [Msgid=97802]
Everybody Loves Timberlane
Monday night's episode of "Everybody Loves Raymond" was
directed by Timber-alum Ken Shapiro...
Mrs.Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=98258]
Life's Great At Super 8. Who's Ken Shapiro?
Pud, , email@example.com, [Msgid=98584]
Super 8, get it straight
Ken went to Timberlane from 66-71, and was a big KTIM guy. He
was at the reunion. Incidently, Gazzoo's mum and Ken's mum were
sorority sisters at the University of Illinois.
Mrs. Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=98593]
John Hanover, Barry Hanover and I will be whitewater rafting
down the mighty Salt River here in Arizona on the 9th, 10th and
11th of March. I tried to reach John at his office to set this
up and his secretary gave me his "cell number". Knowing John as
I do, I immediately thought he was in jail. Anyway, if anyone
wants to do this trip, the more the merrier. The group setting
it up is Far Flung outfitters. They're on the web. Pud, you are
not invited. That butt shot of yours might encourage some of
the inbred, polygamist families of Northern Arizona to turn our
trip into 'Deliverance II'.
LEE GLICKSMAN, , email@example.com, [Msgid=98601]
Feel like hanging out in Cherokee cabin during the wee hours
and chatting with old friends?
Coming soon, stay tuned!
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=98655]
Pedestrians Hit By Car
1/23/2001 Police Beat: Two pedestrians struck by a car Monday
at Fifth and Monroe streets were treated at St. Johns Hospital
and released. Arvid Hammers, 58 of the 1400 Block of South
Lowell Avenue and Harry Stern of Bellerive Road were walking
north on Fifth in the crosswalk at 12:25 P.M. when they were
hit by an Oldsmobile Achieva whose driver had stopped and was
about to turn right. The motorist, Riyad M. Wahab, 49 of the
2500 block of Longwood Drive told police he was braking to see
if it was clear to turn right on red, and did not see Hammers
and Stern. He was ticketed for failure to yield to a pedestrian
at a crosswalk. Anybody know of a good lawyer?
Harry Stern, 217-241-9699, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=98799]
Can't help but notice the day this occurred 1/23!...I think
Harry was choneyed and walked into the car!
JMoss, , email@example.com, [Msgid=98827]
Hammers & Stern hammered by a stern car.
Arvid and Harry are definitely a dangerous combo.
There must be more to this story.
Arvid recently spent some time with us at our campsite in Live
Oak, FL and left a lasting impression on my S. Fla friends.
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=98920]
I've had the very unique priviledge of seeing Harry (LIVE)
within a week of his clobbering a telephone pole (the day his
daughter was born last February) and now after being hit by a
"towelhead" (as Cheeks so eloquently put it). While his
intentions were far from intentional, it's been great
entertainment. Harry's got a live bird sanctuary on his office
floor with plenty of wild birds flying around that give the
place a peaceful serenity (ornithologists would love this
place). Lee, by the way, "Deliverance" is right up there on my
all-time favorites list; give my best to the Hanover brothers
and relay my regrets that I'm unable to attend. PETE: "One Flew
Over The Cuckoo's Nest," "The Godfather," "Apocolypse Now,"
"The Deer Hunter," "Sharshank Redemption," "The Verdict,"
and..."Pudrick Bangin' The Bed And Upsetting The Neighbors Next
Door At LIFE'S-GREAT-AT-SUPER-8" (released Feb/2001), all
Pud Heller, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=99010]
Pudrico speaking of all time favorites...what else does
Deliverance share company with? Just curious as we think in
generalities but live in detail.
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=99068]
Pud Endorses Timber-Chatting
The following is from a chat I had with Pud tonight. Bugs
are being worked out, had to come in with some sort of setup.
Stand by for instructions on how to join.
You have just entered room "Cherokee At 1:23 Chat."
AnAprFooL: Has entered the room
YaHeyDer: cool...almost ready to send out
a mass mail
AnAprFooL: I wonder how many will bite at this one.
AnAprFooL: hopefully a lot in time.
YaHeyDer: probably just the regulars for
the chatting....but maybe some will leave pics
AnAprFooL: nice job Bosco...so peeps can post pics?
YaHeyDer: as long as they are a
AnAprFooL: Has JP been around?
YaHeyDer: not for a few....maybe
YaHeyDer: how is Harry?
AnAprFooL: Harry cracks me up.
AnAprFooL: He looks fine, but is in a lot of pain it
AnAprFooL: He's got a bird problem...numerous birds flying
YaHeyDer: Birds, huh
AnAprFooL: ahhhh and I got cherokee123 in my buddy list; how
kewl is that?!
AnAprFooL: so whenever someone's in room and I have AIMS
runnin', I'll know to peek in?.
YaHeyDer: big time!
AnAprFooL: this could be awesome if people just get tuned
YaHeyDer: maybe some non-aol folk who
have never group chatted might try
AnAprFooL: it's really very easy!..
AnAprFooL: If I can do it..MAYBE Joey can.
YaHeyDer: now yer just
YaHeyDer: and MAYBE monkeys will fly out
of my butt!
Bosco, , YaHeyDer, [Msgid=99103]
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bobby Handmaker and his
family on the passing of his father.
Marksy, , , [Msgid=99874]
The hard question
Marksy can you just tell all of us how you discover,
acknowledge and alert us wee ones regarding tradition, trivia
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=100064]
Sitting quietly, doing nothing, spring comes, and the grass
grows by itself.
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=100065]
Chaunsey Gardener: "We must water the flowers so they can grow"
Ben: "So what you are saying is that we need to feed the
economy so so we can get growth?" Chaunsey Gardner: "The
flowers need water to grow strong" Ben: "Brilliant"
Marksy, , , [Msgid=100066]
Alan Greenspan you are not! Stick to horse racing!!! Ben: You
mean what is your original face before your mother and father
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=100084]
...On looking out a car window: "This is just like television,
only you can see much further."
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=100090]
"To forgive is to forget and to forget is unforgettable."
Pud Heller, , email@example.com, [Msgid=100096]
"Bullwinkle is a..."
Gazzoo, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=100129]
Bosco on Bullwinkle
...what college did Bullwinkle attend?
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=100279]
What is Bullwinkles official name including middle initial and
where is he a citizen of?
Marksy, , , [Msgid=100410]
Answering Your Bullwinkle Queries...
Bullwinkle J Moose of Frostbite Falls, MN is an alumni of
Gazzoo, , email@example.com, [Msgid=100463]
Memories of my first beer
I was a 16 year old JC in 1984. One night Jimmy Salinsky, Doug
David and Geoff Martikonis snuck me out of camp to take me out
for "ice cream". I should have know they were up to something
when they went directly to The Annex. Now at 16 I looked like I
was, well, 16. Sloppy curly hair, braces, wide rimmed
glasses... you get the idea. And I was terrified of being found
by Gary Gorchoff and losing my job. But these guys dragged me
in and bought me my first beer. How I got served, only Debbie
knows. Then they got Debbie to take a picture of us. After 10
mintes I was so nervous that I insisted we leave, which we did.
Later that summer Slink went back and got the photo and now, I
still have that photo of my first beer and my first "skipping
out" experience. And while I'm at it, congrats to Doug David
whose wife Peggy is expecting their 2nd child!
Jeff Leiken, 356- 6022, Annex@TallColdOne.com, [Msgid=100608]
Congrats to Gazzoo..winner of the Bullwinkle Trivia.
See Matt to collect your free canteen!!
Bosco, , YaHeyDersAMooseDerHey@aol.com, [Msgid=100828]
Jeff's reference to the Annex was fun reading but I'd like to
make one correction...
Rather than call them "Tall Cold Ones"...it should be more like
"Short, Flat, Warm But Cheap One's".
My Annex days go back to 25 cents/glass, and when Ann raised
the price a nickel to 30 cents, we all flipped out over that
outrageous price hike! Any of you really old guys who
frequented the Annex go back further than than 25 cents?
Bosco, , YaHey!FreeBeerFromDebbie.com, [Msgid=100830]
Inside a flat shorty
Young Boscotter- see without looking, hear without listening,
breath without asking.
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=100913]
Favorite Fake IDs
I destroyed too many brain cells to remember the price. I know
I went in as a 15 or 16 year old. My fake ID was Mike
Campbell's drivers license. Did any of you younger guys even
need an ID? I think the grandma didn't require it but the mom
did the first time she served us.
Lee Glicksman, , noonewantstoraftwithmeandhanover.com, [Msgid=101006]
Don't read this H
My favorite drinking memories were shots before socials.."Old
Crow"..(caw caw!)..Kessler (smooth as silk)..Jim Beam (Jim is
death!).. Old Forrester etc. Great memories
JMossler, , email@example.com, [Msgid=101059]
hey pete think without typing! gotcha!
JMoss, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=101060]
Shots for everyone!
30 cents? In my day, the beer and whisky was free, as long as
you mentioned that you were a friend of Billy Fried.
Danny Plattner, , email@example.com, [Msgid=101090]
Fred Heller chips in
After a brief 26 year hiatus, I re-emerge. Via various other
notes, I've heard there were 'Remember Fred' activities back in
1975 and even more recently, which was naturally very nice. And
for those that know, yes, I do still have the one and only copy
of "The Document." Such memories. - Fred Heller
Fred Heller, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=101155]
At one time, there were no less than (5) Heller's in camp at
one time...Douglas, Frederick, Jeffrey, Jonathan and Neil (The
Jon (Pud) Heller, , email@example.com, [Msgid=101299]
Who's the 5th Heller?
You very clever man young Mosshopper. However, with respect to
computers (which are useless because they only give you
answers) I share with you a proverb from a master (Philson) who
shared the proverb with me one stormy night: Thinking is more
interesting than knowing, but less interesting than
P'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=101567]
My 2 cents
The biggest room in our world is the room for improvement, or
perhaps, Dorothy's trailer...
123nocanteen.com, , , [Msgid=101577]
Let the "zen" on this board serve as a warning: don't let you
kids grow up hearing, "If you're going to run with the
gazzells, you've got to get up with the loons," and so on, or
look what they'll be spouting 20 years later.
David Raskin, , email@example.com, [Msgid=101578]
HEY ZEN MASTER!
Petroff, Can one sit still in calm waters in his own kayak
while balancing his oar? My mishap should have been so
dreamlike. Can one's spirit ever be cut from his shoots? Please
answer oh zen like one.
CONER, , MEDGASCO@AOL.COM, [Msgid=101609]
Spirit of Bullwinkle
Mr. Conen son..When the way comes to an end, then change-
having changed you pass through.
p'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=101648]
Do loons bite?
Very sagacious Mista Raskin son however, anything more than the
truth would be too much.
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=101650]
h don't read this, part II
Thank you oh wise one! Now will someone please let me know how
to get on Bosco's live chat room. P'troff, by pushing or living
through, did we go beyond the veil? Please shed some zen light
on this, wise one.
Coner, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=101784]
Chaffed By Chat Chads
The Cherokee At 1:23 chat room is still beta testing. AOL has
taken over a week to respond to each of my emails and has been
of little help.
The good news is there is only one bug left, and as soon as we
can fix it, everyone who wishes will be able to participate.
I'll keep yas'all posted.
Daily Zen: If one types to an empty chat room, it's not the
words that are read, but rather their presence that is
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=101838]
You very very wise young Boscotter, but when is a bug a
problem? As for you Conen son "every exit is an entry somewhere
P'troff, 1.800.Zentroff, email@example.com, [Msgid=101951]
Bugs are a problem when you take a group of kids to the Porkies
and the sugar flys are swarming to the extent that you can't
even take one bite from your PB&J; sandwich before twenty or so
land on it.
Or at Pallet Lake when the horseflies are out and they're so
large that they get tangled in your hair and bite so hard that
Also when one of your campers has entomophobia.
Bosco, , YaHeyDey@aol.com, [Msgid=101992]
Speaking of phobias,
I think the greatest one of all was Jimmy O'Shefsky's
Bosco, , YaHeyDer@aol.com, [Msgid=101993]
With pulses that beat double
I use to be petrified in the pitch night walking down the main
trail from Shawnee, or even Cherokee @ 1:33AM. I swore there
was something stalking me within the silence of the woods! Was
that you Blechman? Oh, young boscotter what would stephobia
p'troff, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=102167]
I remember watching "Omega Man" beside the lodge in '78 at age
10, and then trying to find Chippewa in the dark --
David Raskin, , email@example.com, [Msgid=102248]
Pud's No Schmuck
Pud treated me to lunch yesterday at a fine dining
establishment in Galesburg -- Oogies. It was his choice!!! We
reminisced and had a good time overall. By the way, Webster's
first definition for "reminisce" is "apprehension of a Platonic
idea as if it had been known in a previous existence." What the
h#!% does that mean? Whatever it is, I'm not sure it should be
done in public with Pud.
Willy, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=102621]
Webster Hubbell? O well in any event young Willy
butterfly...things derive their being and nature by mutual
dependence and are nothing in themselves...
P'troff, , email@example.com, [Msgid=102688]
Greetings from Decatur, Illinois. Aside from folks who might
already know, can anyone tell me what famous professional
sports team was founded in Decatur who wants to venture a
guess? Willy, I drank so much coffee on Monday that I didn't
sleep at all that night. Since we lunched, my Jetta has taken
me to Toulon, Polo, Freeport, South Beloit, Rockford, Crystal
Lake, DeKalb, Bloomington, DECATUR and will cruise-control it
to Pana, Hillsboro and Springfield before finding my own
"infamous" bed Thursday night. That tenderloin gave me major
Pud, 800/roadman, firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=102821]
Dr. Mossler...you're WRONG!!!
God it's a thrill telling you or your bro' that you're
wrong...The individual pictured in the tug with Bruce Frankel
is NOT Harry. Rather, it's Mike Mervis (although distantly
related to Harry). Repeat--that is NOT Harry; check out the
trademark Mike Mervis sideburns. Harry, if you log on, please
confirm so that you can make me a very wealthy man and I'll
split it with you.
PudBlofeld, , email@example.com, [Msgid=102838]
what does everyone else think?
no way that's Mike Mervis...by the way he's a school teacher in
JMoss, , firstname.lastname@example.org, [Msgid=102841]
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