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    Quote Originally Posted by beamerbaker
    My 18 yr old son on his '97-F650 and myself "00-R1150GS will be riding from Whidbey Island Washington, that's in the Seattle area for those who came to Spokane in 2004. That was our 4 hr ride. We're looking forward to a cross country ride and if we meet up with any one on the way??? the more the better.

    Mark Baker
    I was in your neck of the woods after the Spokane Rally, (Bainbridge Island, Wa.) Took the ferry over. Beautiful Area.
    Would LOVE to join you going east, but work is demanding...

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    lodging info

    When will the lodging info be posted?

    I can't find the list I picked up at last years national.

    thanks,
    Jason
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsjay
    When will the lodging info be posted?

    I can't find the list I picked up at last years national.

    thanks,
    Jason
    It's probably too late already, just camp out with the moto-nomads.

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    Lodging in the Burlington, VT area

    Attached is a link to the Local Chamber of Commerce website. If you click the accomodations link you will see many choices for types of lodging.

    http://www.vermont.org/visiting/index.html
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    Bummer that its the same weekend as Laguna Seca. I already have tickets!

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    Lodging list

    Patience, the list is coming soon to the web pages and the ON. There are plenty of motels, B&Bs and hotel rooms in the immediate area of the Rally. something like 5,000 rooms within a 10 mile radius. There will also be dorm rooms at a nearby college.

    You will only have to sleep in a tent if that is your choice.

    Friedle
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    I think I know the answer to this question but I thought I'd ask...I'll be there. It'll be my first BMW rally so please be gentle. I'm try to get my brother to ride up with me on his Honda NT650 Hawk but he's a little intimidated by all of the beemers there (comes from the proliferation of Harleys I suppose). I explained that BMW riders are friendly folks with no agenda other than riding and riding and riding with a few beers after.

    Us folks wouldn't mind him attending would we?
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    I attended BMW Rallys for years riding my Yamaha...........
    and was only beaten up once

    The Honda would most likely draw a crowd of folks!

    Bring him along he'll love it.

    Jason
    Quote Originally Posted by TBonesR1100
    I think I know the answer to this question but I thought I'd ask...I'll be there. It'll be my first BMW rally so please be gentle. I'm try to get my brother to ride up with me on his Honda NT650 Hawk but he's a little intimidated by all of the beemers there (comes from the proliferation of Harleys I suppose). I explained that BMW riders are friendly folks with no agenda other than riding and riding and riding with a few beers after.

    Us folks wouldn't mind him attending would we?
    Jason Kaplitz
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    Us folks wouldn't mind him attending would we?
    Of course not - the more the merrier
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    Tbone - You better bring him along. Those Hawks are sweet little bikes.
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    I'll try to convince him...I had a '90 red Hawk GT - with a Supertrapp and a Stage III they go like stink...Sold it to buy a ZRX1100 which I sold to buy the R11S...See ya there!!
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    06 Rally attendance

    Quote Originally Posted by TBonesR1100
    I think I know the answer to this question but I thought I'd ask...I'll be there. It'll be my first BMW rally so please be gentle. I'm try to get my brother to ride up with me on his Honda NT650 Hawk but he's a little intimidated by all of the beemers there (comes from the proliferation of Harleys I suppose). I explained that BMW riders are friendly folks with no agenda other than riding and riding and riding with a few beers after.

    Us folks wouldn't mind him attending would we?

    Absolutely welcome to attend!

    The MOA International Rallies are open to ALL BMW riders AND their guests.
    See you both in VERMONT, It's Not Flat

    Friedle
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Friedle
    Absolutely welcome to attend!

    The MOA International Rallies are open to ALL BMW riders AND their guests.
    See you both in VERMONT, It's Not Flat

    Friedle

    Aren't you guys going to tell him about the mandatory "BMW" tatto party for non-BMW riders?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GregFeeler
    Aren't you guys going to tell him about the mandatory "BMW" tatto party for non-BMW riders?

    Nah, we were kind of hoping you weren't going to tell him about the blow up animals "party".

    Friedle
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBonesR1100
    I explained that BMW riders are friendly folks with no agenda other than riding and riding and riding with a few beers after.

    Us folks wouldn't mind him attending would we?
    If he buys a couple of rounds in the beer tent, we'll be REAL friendly!

    Come on up to the Rally--it will be a great time!
    Onward, through the fog!

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