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Old 10-13-2012, 05:25 PM   #29
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We finally got all arranged and our reservations made. We will be coming down from Midland on Thursday and plan to stay thru Sunday. One question, will the Airstreams be grouped together or scattered all over the park? Thanks, Stan
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Old 10-13-2012, 07:34 PM   #30
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Hey Stan,

The park is supposed to keep us in close proximety.

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Old 10-13-2012, 08:17 PM   #31
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Sounds like a lot of fun. Might try to make the drive up on Saturday!
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Old 10-14-2012, 09:15 AM   #32
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I didn't even think about asking them to go. Mind has been focused on us making a trip somewhere...with Craig's crazy schedule...things were always changing. I PM'd her and gave her all the info.
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Old 10-14-2012, 09:42 AM   #33
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I didn't even think about asking them to go. Mind has been focused on us making a trip somewhere...with Craig's crazy schedule...things were always changing. I PM'd her and gave her all the info.
Thanks for that. She responded around 12:30 AM, and with your info she will have everything she needs. I hope I can stay up that late during Wurstfest since with my job I am usually in bed by 9 PM nowadays!

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Old 10-15-2012, 11:12 AM   #34
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Old 10-15-2012, 02:18 PM   #35
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Thanks Janet.
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This sounds like someplace I'd like to be. But, not this time around. Toooooo far away. Maybe next time.

I'm retired military and some years ago when my NJANG unit was preparing for a trip to Germany they had given us a DOD publication that was made for GI families rotating to Europe. It was titled " Wurst, Beer and Coo Coo Clocks". One of our team members looked at it and said " I thought they had good beer in Germany". Needless to say he a bit short in his deck. We had a great trip. I lived in Heidelberg for 2 years when I was active duty Army. Great memories. I'm sure this " Fest" would be a great reminder of great times. Hope you all have good weather and ENJOY
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Old 10-15-2012, 04:08 PM   #37
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I spent a little time in Germany at Grafenwohr myself, a far cry from Heidelburg or anywhere else I am sure. Hey, at least it wasn't Hohenfels!

Got confirmation that another reservation was made by Ann and Alvie in their 40 foot motorhome. Good times are only a couple weeks away! Up to 10, and growing each week!
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Never made it to Graf. My niece and her husband have been there awhile since he got home from Afgh. and she really likes it. Couldn't ask for a better duty than Heidelberg though. Great place and central to all Germany had to offer. Really enjoyed my time there. But after a year in RVN it was well deserved.

Hope your fest goes well,
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Thanks for that. She responded around 12:30 AM, and with your info she will have everything she needs. I hope I can stay up that late during Wurstfest since with my job I am usually in bed by 9 PM nowadays!

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I know what you mean...I'm use to being in bed early too. Starting to get shopping list together. Is there anything we need to bring?
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I know what you mean...I'm use to being in bed early too. Starting to get shopping list together. Is there anything we need to bring?
Friday evening I am providing hot dogs. Feel free to bring a side item. As for Saturday evening there is nothing yet decided. One option is the Gristmill Restaurant, Cooper's BBQ, or another place. Another option is to have a potluck back at the park. A third option is to grub it up at Wurstfest. Normally we like having a potluck, but with a fun day at Wurstfest...who wants to cook? Besides, the area offers many great restaurants to enjoy!

I don't mind doing any of the options as I can always put a crock pot on in the morning, and serve it up once we get back.

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Just 2 weeks from today we will be enjoying our Airstreams in New Braunfels...here's looking forward to many times of yelling Prost!
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A couple of questions:

1. Are spaces still available for the Rally?
2. The RV resort website states "no pets in summer" and to contact them regarding their "winter pet policy." Do you by any chance know which policy is in force for the rally (we have a couple dogs that will determine if we can come or not)? Their FAQ page on their website states
"Small pets are allowed in the campground only during the winter months. Due to the number of guests and the varities of pets and temperments, no pets are permitted in the regular season."
I wonder if they consider November winter months?
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Steve

A couple of questions:

1. Are spaces still available for the Rally?
2. The RV resort website states "no pets in summer" and to contact them regarding their "winter pet policy." Do you by any chance know which policy is in force for the rally (we have a couple dogs that will determine if we can come or not)? Their FAQ page on their website states
"Small pets are allowed in the campground only during the winter months. Due to the number of guests and the varities of pets and temperments, no pets are permitted in the regular season."
I wonder if they consider November winter months?
Greetings Franks and or Mike,

There are still spaces for the rally as I talked to the park yesterday. The summer season is in fact over now per them, and we will be bringing our dog with us. I believe that the no pets is due to the high volume of tubers during those months. You shouldn't have an issue getting a spot or bringing your furry friend.

It's been awhile..hope to see you there.

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