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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Bonebag, Nov 28, 2013.
That is great. Who the hell are you anyway, you low post count n00b?
If a fat old guy from Oregon were going to show up and didn't want to tent, where would you recommend he rents a room? (within stumbling distance of the rally if possible)
You can share Knybanjo's bunk. He usually ends up on the floor.
Wherever Barnyard is staying, then he can be your designated driver.
Yes that's about how it sound's.
Nothing like accurate feedback. Thanks, guys!
There are cabins at the site, but I do not know how much or if they are taken and they sleep more than one. Your question is not as simple as you think MV.
The closest hotel is not within walking distance.
Funny! I slept right through it.
I think Kevin wishes he would have.
Yeah it's not that easy. Hi pines is on this map.
Nothing within stumbling distance, unless you are a professional stumbler.
I know a few have stayed at the Hiawatha and seemed to sleep and return.
Good map. Best Western it is. Looks like a fairly easy stumble.
Cabin was taken so I'm out!
Had a blast last year, so we're in.
Alright, which one of you bastiges took site 83?
I told ya! Now we're in the field like livestock!
Not me. I know a guy
I do feel sorry for whoever reserved that site. I don't know if they got it for the rally, or are just "regular" campers. But that close to the Lobster Clan, the beer trailer and Bonebag is sure to raise some ire
Hopefully I can share a site with somebody. Gonna borrow a stand up tent.
Heck, you stepped up and helped me out so maybe I can return the favor.
Well I tried anyway.
Hello all! I'm considering making this my inaugural rally. I'm still a beginner when it comes to trails but I'm stubborn and learn quick. Any suggestions for me? I've got the camping gear and whatnot from time with the Boy Scouts, and I'm slowly getting my stuff together toolwise.