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Old 04-29-2008, 01:30 PM   #127
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I just made our reservations. We will be in Thursday afternoon/evening. My wife and I, as well as our eldest son, will be there. Our son is a junior in Electrical Engineering at Ohio State and is looking forward to some relaxation.
The last rally I attended was the international in N. Dakota in 1968...it has been a while :-)
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Old 04-29-2008, 03:12 PM   #128
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Can be done.

Frank,

I have it down as a option every night.
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Old 04-29-2008, 03:42 PM   #129
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Everyone East Coast Rally.....I have listed 11 states. Did I miss any?
Tennessee Virginia Maryland Maine Massachusetts Michigan Georgia
New York New Jersey North Carolina Ohio.

That is great. We will have fun for sure. Aria
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Old 04-29-2008, 04:03 PM   #130
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Aria,

Bill Jacobs WDCU Past Prez out of West Virginia will be there. Make it 12
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Old 04-29-2008, 04:08 PM   #131
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CT will be in da howse!!
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Old 04-29-2008, 06:15 PM   #132
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He is always lending a hand to what ever needs to be done. The other thing I notice is he does it without any fan fair or noteriety. At CBR, Doug was always present when something needed to be set up of when something needed to be taken down.
He was especially sporting about me splashing him with water that Wednesday evening. I said, "Ready?" He said, "Yes." I had a feeling he wasn't actually ready, but I turned the water on anyway. Sorry Doug!

Of course, this was just a few minutes after I'd been splashed, so it was nice to spread around the cold water on a cool evening!
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Old 04-29-2008, 09:52 PM   #133
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Us 15

Anyone know what US15 south of PA in Maryland and Virginia (15/29) is like for traffic and hills compared to I81.
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Old 04-30-2008, 06:41 AM   #134
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US 15 is pretty much straight and level through MD all the way to the river as it follows aong the east side of the mountain. I don't know much about Virginia. Hope this helps...
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Old 04-30-2008, 08:09 AM   #135
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Us 15

I take US 15 alot, picking it up just south of Harrisburg, PA down through Gettysburg and then into Frederick, MD. From there, it goes across the Potamac into Leesburg, Va and goes south. There is sometimes, depending on when you hit the area, alot of traffic in Leesburg. There is a nice outlet mall there in Leesburg as well. From there, picking up 15 south, it is a nice and rolling route down south all the way to Culpepper and then south of there you'll pick up a route to head over the hill. The hill is winding and you're going over the mountain so it's a good pull, unless you jump on I-66 when 15 gets to it. Overall, 15 is a great choice to bypass the mundane interstate.
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Rob, I am not sure I am ready for the Mountains and the "PULL". I for sure will not be driving.

Latest count states: 13 (added West Virginia and CT. Aria
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Paul, I think you mean Monday, June 23. Typo. All set. Looks like a wonderful plan. Later Aria
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Old 04-30-2008, 12:58 PM   #138
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An idea

I would take Rt.15 south down to Fredrick Md., then pick up Rt.340 south down through WV to Virginia. Continue Rt.340 south in Virginia until you get to Rt. 33 west(at Shenandoah, Va. I think) to Harrisonburg, VA. Take Rt.33 west to Harrisonburg, Va. and then pick up either I-81 south for the last 10 miles or at Harrisonburg, Va. pick up Rt. 11 south for the last ten miles. The campground is located of Rt.11.



Hope this helps. This would be a very pretty drive, but would take a little extra time.
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Thanks guys. I'll reroute.
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