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Old 02-13-2010, 06:26 PM   #71
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I can see for miles and miles and miles.... oh yeah....

or 475 miles for sure...
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Hey is anyone interested in or is it feasable for a couple of day trips?
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Page and I are consummate day-trippers. We'd be delighted; it is new territory for us.

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Old 02-14-2010, 02:45 PM   #74
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Howe Caverns is not too far away also... a very nice drive.
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Reminder for all New Englanders that I will be arranging a psuedo-caravan over to the Birthday Bash. Rob has advised me that the route to go is NY-23 which begins at the Mass/NY border goes over the Rip Van Winkle Bridge and meanders through the Catskills. One or two stops at older Diners. There is one right over the bridge that I have my eye on.

It will be a casual drive. Me heading up to 23 is a bit out of the way for me, but it sounds like it should be fun.

So again, pm me where you'll be coming from and your emails and mobile phone number, if you haven't already, and I'll send you my email address and mobile phone number. I haven't settled on a meet up location yet. I might go for a ride in early spring to check out the bridge and the diner near it. So far it's 4 of us.

I look forward to hearing from you.

one last thing, I have a portable CB so if you have one too it could make communication easier.
I've got a possible 5th joining us on our mini caravan!! pm me if interested in joining us!!
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can you put a video camera into someones hand to document your journey to the Bash? I am hoping to have a bunch of people film what ever strikes their fancy so we can edit them into a documentary. I feel that the Bash is going to one of those significant events that becomes history. My hope is to have many people document what they see and join them all together into a movie. If anyone is interested in working on this project let me know.
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Old 02-14-2010, 07:15 PM   #77
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What about the bon fire? Any burning man or men? Documentary sounds cool. I wonder if your numbers will exceed like Woodstock...not that you are old enough to know that reference!?
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Old 02-14-2010, 07:23 PM   #78
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you mean how 35,000 were expected and instead 468,000 showed up? No we have hired the Hells Angles as security and just like Alto Mont they are going to keep it under control.
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Just joking, but we are paving in a bull pen area for anyone trying to crash the event.
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Well I did think if it were full we could at least drive up as close as we could get in a neighboring location and then drive in, umm maybe that's the way it grew just like in that video! I'll remember to put a few Wash'n Dry towlettes in my pocket in case of mud.
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can you put a video camera into someones hand to document your journey to the Bash? I am hoping to have a bunch of people film what ever strikes their fancy so we can edit them into a documentary. I feel that the Bash is going to one of those significant events that becomes history. My hope is to have many people document what they see and join them all together into a movie. If anyone is interested in working on this project let me know.
My video camera has quite poor resolution. I will video whatever I can, though. Hopefully it will be of some use.

The above is the official call out to those coming with me on the pseudo caravan to bring their video cameras.
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take special note of 2:07. I'm with ya sister...
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Well I did think if it were full we could at least drive up as close as we could get in a neighboring location and then drive in, umm maybe that's the way it grew just like in that video! I'll remember to put a few Wash'n Dry towlettes in my pocket in case of mud.

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This just out

For those of you coming in on Thursday.. you might be interested in this:

The Evening Sun | NFL star power to raise money for Chenango Memorial this summer

It's on the first day and taking place at the Canasawacta Country Club - about 4 miles from the event (no red lights)...

Enjoy!
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Spot #80 - Charity Auction!

The link to the auction is on the web site:

Baker's Acres of Chenango

Goes through 4 April.

Also, remember, there is a WDCU flag for charity on Ebay.. just search WBCU WBCCI.. all proceeds from it go to the BASH charity.

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