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View Results: Which meals do you plan to have in camp?
Fri. Dinner - Fajita Friday hosted by Apple Jam & Mustang Shelly - donation 51 91.07%
Sat. Dinner - Catered by Leary's - $10.00 per person 54 96.43%
Sun. Morning - Breakfast Sandwiches - 40 71.43%
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:10 AM   #181
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1911 Fan, how come I still have you on the fence gathering splinters in your bottom? Did you post an IN that I missed or are you really still on the fence?
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Old 01-04-2012, 05:13 AM   #182
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What is required to be on the IN list?

Hey Ladybug,

I am courious as to what or how much does it cost to get ON the IN LIST. This year is looking the BEST I have had to possibly do this event.

I got back on at my OLD JOB after being let go three years ago, The GOOD thing is I got my OLD employee # back which means the company has re-instated my longevity which means I start this year out with 5 WEEKS of PAID VACATION.

Also when I worked at Happy Trails last year I picked up on a real clean 2004 DRZ 400 that I have been farkling out.

Can you give me details of what it takes to come have some FUN with you folks who have done this in the past?

Thanks in advance.

I have attached a picture of my DRZ. Not yet completely FARKLED yet.

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Old 01-04-2012, 07:37 AM   #183
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1911 Fan, how come I still have you on the fence gathering splinters in your bottom? Did you post an IN that I missed or are you really still on the fence?
I think I posted a tentative "in" on the 2011 thread. New job looming at the time. Got vacation time scheduled at the new job, so I'm "IN!" which I might or might not have posted.

See you there!


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Old 01-04-2012, 10:42 AM   #184
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Hey Les, glad you are wanting to attend and you are now on the IN list. Cost depends on how long you are there, if you tent camp or have an RV site. You pay Brian or Margret the camp owners when you get there. We have some meals and you just throw a donation in the jar for the food you eat and if you bring your own or eat in town the food doesn't cost you anything.

Tent camping is $11.00 per night and there are showers, nice showers.


1911Fan, I moved you from the splinter fence on up with the fun kids.
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Old 01-04-2012, 03:39 PM   #185
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Hey Les, glad you are wanting to attend and you are now on the IN list. Cost depends on how long you are there, if you tent camp or have an RV site. You pay Brian or Margret the camp owners when you get there. We have some meals and you just throw a donation in the jar for the food you eat and if you bring your own or eat in town the food doesn't cost you anything.

Tent camping is $11.00 per night and there are showers, nice showers.


1911Fan, I moved you from the splinter fence on up with the fun kids.
Wow!!! I'm IN !!!!
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Old 01-04-2012, 04:13 PM   #186
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Apparently I didn't compose that sentance very well.

How about? You won't have to pay for food in camp if you bring your own or eat in town.

Ahhhhhh heck you knew what I meant. So Valley Rider are you really IN or are you just jerking me around?
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Old 01-04-2012, 09:48 PM   #187
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Apparently I didn't compose that sentance very well.

How about? You won't have to pay for food in camp if you bring your own or eat in town.

Ahhhhhh heck you knew what I meant. So Valley Rider are you really IN or are you just jerking me around?
It's a little early for me to toss my hat in the ring... Still Restructuring.

Your composure is great.
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Old 01-07-2012, 12:47 PM   #188
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NO SPLINTERS in my behind.

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Apparently I didn't compose that sentance very well.

How about? You won't have to pay for food in camp if you bring your own or eat in town.

Ahhhhhh heck you knew what I meant. So Valley Rider are you really IN or are you just jerking me around?
Thanks Labybug,

I got ahold a Brian and he is going to let me park my 16ft Utility Trailer close to all the tents folks. My dearest wife is HAPPY that this year will be the year I get to SHOW UP. She has only been hearing me COMPLAIN for the last 3 years that once again I have to miss this event.

Do you know if there is a ON LINE COARSE that out of state riders have to take to ride in Oregon? I thought I seen something about that last year.

Thanks again for your POSITIVE SUPPORT to all us NOOBIES....
Looking forward to seeing everyone and putting a FACE to some NAMES finally.

Les in Boise
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Old 01-07-2012, 01:08 PM   #189
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Thanks Labybug,

I got ahold a Brian and he is going to let me park my 16ft Utility Trailer close to all the tents folks. My dearest wife is HAPPY that this year will be the year I get to SHOW UP. She has only been hearing me COMPLAIN for the last 3 years that once again I have to miss this event.

Do you know if there is a ON LINE COARSE that out of state riders have to take to ride in Oregon? I thought I seen something about that last year.

Thanks again for your POSITIVE SUPPORT to all us NOOBIES....
Looking forward to seeing everyone and putting a FACE to some NAMES finally.

Les in Boise
Les, your drivers license with MC endorsement will cover you riding roads etc. When riding at OHV sites, a rider training card is needed. See the link.
http://www.oregon.gov/OPRD/ATV/safety.shtml

http://atv.prd.state.or.us/places.php

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Old 01-08-2012, 04:56 PM   #190
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and I want to find more of these:


and there's a GS outlook or two I want to visit.....
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Old 01-11-2012, 02:45 PM   #192
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I love the area! I live in Ukiah OREGON in the summers and ride there alot ON Paved Road... Some amazing twisties and scenery! This year I'm picking up something dual-sport so IN! Hope to find some riding buddies and maybe learn/improve on a little off road/dirt road riding
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:25 PM   #193
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Hi 0theories, you will certainly make new friends at this gathering. These guys and gals are a very friendly bunch.

On the IN list you go... See you in June.
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:28 PM   #194
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Les, your drivers license with MC endorsement will cover you riding roads etc. When riding at OHV sites, a rider training card is needed. See the link.
http://www.oregon.gov/OPRD/ATV/safety.shtml

http://atv.prd.state.or.us/places.php

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so If I want to ride in this state on a dirt road then i need a card? even if I am on a street legal bike with a bike license?
I am easily confused
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Old 01-11-2012, 05:37 PM   #195
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so If I want to ride in this state on a dirt road then i need a card? even if I am on a street legal bike with a bike license?
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No no, you will not need anything for this get together! Except a great attitude, and a drivers license. We ride almost every thing on roads. This side of the state is covered in the best gravel and dirt roads. (well, some are really slimy for sure) there will be very very little that is not legal on a plated bike. Really the most fun is on the legal roads. It's amazing how nice it is sometimes. The views, the rivers and creeks. And the characters. Amazing
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