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    Oh, come on, Terrance, where else could you possibly need to go? VT is calling!

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    This can be seen a short ride from the rally site:

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    Quote Originally Posted by terham View Post
    I'd love to go to this rally but have to be somewhere else that weekend. Dayum.
    You should have planned better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobs98 View Post
    You should have planned better.
    Poor planning has been the norm this year for me.
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    Four more days to pre-register - then the price goes up.
    The SMARTrainer is coming
    Lots of good food
    Fresh apples
    Snake Mountain Bluegrass Band
    Special rally pin
    Special T-shirts (pre-order only http://www.vtbmwmov.org/rally
    Link good for pre-registering and for ordering t-shirts.

    See you there!
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    Hey Muriel,

    My wife and I, another couple and a solo rider are coming up! I was wondering how the area fared during the storm? Seeing the destruction in VT by a hurricane of all things was quite unnerving!
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    I think given ten days many of the roads will be open. A lot are open now, but some are closed. Come on along!

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    Road conditions are online at http://511.vermont.gov/main.jsf.
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    any news on when Rtes 107 and 73 will be back open? Seeing's how that's how we're apparently getting to the campsite?
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    Rt 73 is open from the western end only.
    Rt 107 is closed from Tozier's on to Stockbridge.

    This should be used when planning routes in Vermont. http://www.aot.state.vt.us/

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    Wish my old neighbors well

    Quote Originally Posted by Muriel View Post
    Rt 73 is open from the western end only.
    Rt 107 is closed from Tozier's on to Stockbridge.

    This should be used when planning routes in Vermont. http://www.aot.state.vt.us/

    Muriel
    Reading about all of you traveling to Vt. sure makes me homesick!
    Safe travels, and hold a warm spot in your heart for all my old friends and neighbors having a rough time of it after the storm.
    Airhead trip to the Green Mountain State is tops on my bucket list!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muriel View Post
    Rt 73 is open from the western end only.
    Rt 107 is closed from Tozier's on to Stockbridge.

    This should be used when planning routes in Vermont. http://www.aot.state.vt.us/

    Muriel

    Ummmmm, I'm afraid we can't get there from here.... At all.... US4 is closed from Woodstock to Killington to Rutland, Rte 107 is closed from Rte 12 to Rte 100. And even if we could get to the section of Rte 100 that's open, all of rte 73 in the NF is closed?
    Nik #140220 - '88 K75C | '96 R1100RS | '77 R100RS | '06 DL650
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    A different, maybe better map of closed roads in VT


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    According to the link posted above, the road to the rally site can only be accessed over roads only accessible to emergency vehicles? Am I reading the map correctly? Is it up to date? If so, how will this affect the rally?
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    We'll have to get some members to check out all of the routes. Ah! Sounds like an excellent excuse to ride instead of cleaning up the muck.

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