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Hi all!

Been signed up for a week or two after spotting MudLoving's rig parked near my office. Hovered around it long enough to creep him out at which point he turned me on to this site.

I tend to post in cycles, but I usually check the forums every few days. It's good to see some familiar names on these boards (I'm kokopeli on the Blue, Adv4x4 and a couple other Fj / 4x4 forums)

I look forward to getting to know most everyone else. :)
 

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Kokopeli said:
Hi all!

Been signed up for a week or two after spotting MudLoving's rig parked near my office. Hovered around it long enough to creep him out at which point he turned me on to this site.

I tend to post in cycles, but I usually check the forums every few days. It's good to see some familiar names on these boards (I'm kokopeli on the Blue, Adv4x4 and a couple other Fj / 4x4 forums)

I look forward to getting to know most everyone else. :)

Glad to have you here!
 

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Kokopeli....

According to Hopi Indian legend, Kokopeli (the flute player and traveling prankster) was the symbol of happiness, joy, and fertility. He would visit villages playing his flute, carrying seeds in his backpack (the "hump" he is pictured as having). Everyone would sing and dance through the night. Then, while the people slept, Kokopeli would roam the corn fields, playing his flute. The next morning the people would awake to find the corn almost full grown and Kokopeli gone, and many of the young women of the village pregnant. One legend has it that he is responsible for the end of winter and the coming of spring. When, the story goes, Kokopeli comes playing his flute, the sun comes out, the snow melts, the green grass grows, the birds begin to sing, and all the animals gather around to hear his songs.

The god of fertility....stay away from my wife! ;D
 

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Kokopeli....

According to Hopi Indian legend, Kokopeli (the flute player and traveling prankster) was the symbol of happiness, joy, and fertility. He would visit villages playing his flute, carrying seeds in his backpack (the "hump" he is pictured as having). Everyone would sing and dance through the night. Then, while the people slept, Kokopeli would roam the corn fields, playing his flute. The next morning the people would awake to find the corn almost full grown and Kokopeli gone, and many of the young women of the village pregnant. One legend has it that he is responsible for the end of winter and the coming of spring. When, the story goes, Kokopeli comes playing his flute, the sun comes out, the snow melts, the green grass grows, the birds begin to sing, and all the animals gather around to hear his songs.

The god of fertility....stay away from my wife! ;D
Yep, that sums it up in a nutshell.. Quite nicely too, might I add.

As for staying away from your wife... I don't need to get close to work my magic. ;)

Thanks for the warm welcome all.
~Brian
 
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