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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by shrineclown, Sep 2, 2020.
Putting our Trans Taiga route together. Looking at those dates and my newly reconfigured travel dates it looks like CroMag is a go for me if they open the border!
We'll see if any of my travel mates want to tag along.
I would really like to say "IN" but right now I have no idea. If I can make it I will bring coffee as usual. May be set up by the bathrooms.....
Must be some seriously good coffee if it needs to be convenient to the restrooms. haha
More to the point it's a convenient location to everything else.
There are a number of work/family things in Sept that can ruin this for me but I'll do a tentative "In" because I'm feeling rare optimism.
Friday, Meat, Riding.
I have a new bonfire suggestion......
Love those Irish !!!
I don't know, I think ours may be bigger.
I'm adding a +1
Lester3 (he has some priors)
Just put him on my tab when the time comes. Thanks.
He's a pretty big deal, if you ask his opinion.
Looks like chingachgook The last mohegan surveying his lands.
Zombie: In Thursday meat
September may be shaping up to be incompatible with attending this.
Canada will open its borders to fully vaccinated Americans on Aug. 9
I can't find anything on the U.S. reciprocating this yet, don't want this to get all CSM
I've added this to my calendar, will confirm was date gets closer. I have an Aunt and Uncle in Stowe, other than my Brother are the only relatives that are still alive that I am in contact with.
I thought you eat brains?
Looks like I am out for this year, getting a total hip replacement mid Sept
Hope to see you all next year.
Good luck with the new hip!
Good luck with your hip. I’m getting a new knee in August. Don’t know if I’ll be healed (enough) by Sept. but I’ll see what happens
Noob, I'd like to be IN for 2 nights (we/thr or thr/fri, meat) but I'm a little hard of reading... I was not able to ascertain how many dollarydoos to send to the paypal?
Also, I've never stayed at Silverlake, generally tend to wild camp with a hammock between trees in VT. Are the sites fairly wooded that would work with a hammock or is a normal tent recommended.