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    Campers at Sedalia

    We may be bringing our camper to the rally this year. I see that there should be plenty of hook-ups at the fair grounds. Will we need to make reservations for these sites with hook-ups ahead of time? If so, will the reservations be made with the MOA or directly with the fairgrounds? Any idea of cost? Thanks!

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    Yes, reservations will need to be made through BMW MOA. The RV info will appear in the February issue of the Owners News and will also be posted on this site in the near future. The RV camping at the MO State Fairgrounds is nice.
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    I'm planing on bring my flock of chickens where can we camp?


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    Talking Will there be roosters?

    Roc, I hope you bring some roosters this time cause you know how you are at hen parties!
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    I'm planning on fried chicken every night. Where are you guys camping?
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    Is there sufficient graze for my ewe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roc-Roc View Post
    I'm planing on bring my flock of chickens where can we camp?


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    Should fit in with Queen La-Sheep-A and the rest of the Black Sheep.
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    Camping spots with hook-ups!
    There's a charge for that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roc-Roc View Post
    I'm planing on bring my flock of chickens where can we camp?


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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    Over next to Feeler's sheep!
    Sheep only!! Chickens are for dinner.
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    I am so looking forward to this get together of old friends and new family I haven't met yet! Barley and I will probably set out the Friday before the rally, zipping from Vermont to West Virginia before slowing down and winding our way thru the Aps and the Bluegrass. At the Mississippi we'll angle southwest to take in a bit of scenic Arkansas before finding a nice spot at the fairgrounds to pitch our tent.

    Thoughts like this as the wind howls outside and the snow continues to fall (a foot so far today) really warm the soul!

    See you in July!

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    Talking Gonna Be a Good One!

    Pete, looking forward to meeting you and Barley. We'll be Howlin' at the Moon!
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    Talking Yes

    Quote Originally Posted by glenfiddich View Post
    Is there sufficient graze for my ewe?

    There happens to be grazing for your ewe right next to my RV....it will be the one with the bbq pit on the back.
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