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Old 08-27-2012, 01:08 PM   #71
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This rally sure sounds like a bunch of fun. We like VHH and the sunsets are almost always spectacular on that ridge.

We already have plans to attend the iRV2 National Rally in Sevierville, TN and it starts that same weekend. Hmmm? Just wondering if we can do both? Maybe with a little smoke and mirrors we can be two places at the same time.

Post lots of pictures - sunsets, dutch oven meals.... sounds great!

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Old 08-27-2012, 01:15 PM   #72
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This rally sure sounds like a bunch of fun. We like VHH and the sunsets are almost always spectacular on that ridge.

We already have plans to attend the iRV2 National Rally in Sevierville, TN and it starts that same weekend. Hmmm? Just wondering if we can do both? Maybe with a little smoke and mirrors we can be two places at the same time.

Post lots of pictures - sunsets, dutch oven meals.... sounds great!

Lucius
That would be great! Are the two locations so far apart that you can't be at both?

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I suggest we do an early lunch at the Chateau Morrisette restaurant then do the wine tasting. They are quite generous with the samples. Paula & I were a bit toasted after our visit a few years ago so food 1st is a REALLY good idea. It's a very nice winery with lovely things to taste and a beautiful view.
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Old 08-28-2012, 09:43 AM   #74
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Hello everyone! Pete's been keeping me posted on the updates but I thought I'd join in the fun. The potluck sounds great, and it looked like there will be a lot of food. Since we are vegans how about we bring some twigs and berries for dessert? Just kidding of course, we would be happy to contribute something to the meal, how about some chili and cornbread?
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Old 08-28-2012, 09:48 AM   #75
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I suggest we do an early lunch at the Chateau Morrisette restaurant then do the wine tasting. They are quite generous with the samples. Paula & I were a bit toasted after our visit a few years ago so food 1st is a REALLY good idea. It's a very nice winery with lovely things to taste and a beautiful view.
I think we would pass on this.


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Old 08-28-2012, 11:14 AM   #76
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I think we would pass on this.


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Old 08-28-2012, 11:29 AM   #77
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Dear Doug and Maggie - Chateau Morrisette has a lovely restaurant - and if you want to come just for the meal and the view - I for one would love to have your company and your conversation. If you're more comfortable leaving immediately after lunch or being the designated drivers - or just makng sure you help "caravan" us back to the corral afterwards that would be great too.

I don't have much patience with anyone who pressures others to drink when they don't want to.

I enjoy a good glass of wine or a mixed drink, but know that my capacity is very limited. I've always thought this toast was written for me:
One is my limit ...or two at the most
Three's under the table,
Four's under the host!

And since I'm nominally the "host" .........:blush :
.... in the words of the immortal Shirley Temple
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:35 PM   #78
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Trust me, I have no problem saying "no".

The restaurant sounds lovely, and I'm sure it is. We have no lovely clothes with us, though, just comfy travlin'&ramblin things.

We left home with no rallies on the radar, now have two!

We'll see.


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This is FLOYD county Virginia - there's one traffic light in the whole county. My sister and I ate there (LUNCH) dressed in jeans and T-shirts. I had a memorable tomato bisque soup! Drooling again. Dinner might be dress up but lunch isn't. Most of the people "tasting" are casual attire.

I have an Iron and Ironing board - we could put a crease in your jeans for a more formal look
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This is FLOYD county Virginia - there's one traffic light in the whole county. My sister and I ate there (LUNCH) dressed in jeans and T-shirts. I had a memorable tomato bisque soup! Drooling again. Dinner might be dress up but lunch isn't. Most of the people "tasting" are casual attire.

I have an Iron and Ironing board - we could put a crease in your jeans for a more formal look
Okay, okay. We'll see.

No jeans to press, only shorts and capris. . Seriously casual clothing.


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Old 08-28-2012, 06:40 PM   #81
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Hi everybody,
I probably will not go off property of HH on Saturday. If anyone wants to, I will lead a hike in the morning on the trails of the park. There are two waterfalls and a cave to see . Most of the trails are like roads and can be done in less than an hour if you don't stop to take to many pictures. The back trail is a little steep in places and more primitive.
SEC football that weekend is FL verses Tenn and Alabama verses Arkansas. The afternoon is filled.
Maggie, if you are not going off maybe you can teach me how to do the dutch ovens.
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We'll be in on Thursday, so whatever we do I'm sure there will be time to share what we know about dutch ovens.


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Old 08-30-2012, 07:48 PM   #83
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Hello Everyone,
I am a "rookie" Airstreamer. I just bought my 2002 Safari about month ago. We camped in it once so far and just made a reservation at HH for the 15th,16th, and 17th.
After making the reservation, I came across this thread on the forums. You all sound like a lot of nice folks. Maybe I'll see you there.
HH looks like a really nice place. I'm looking forward to visiting the area.

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Old 08-30-2012, 07:55 PM   #84
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Really glad to have you join us Bill. Welcome to the forums and HH.
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