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    Once there was a Tavern PAULBACH's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Now REFORMULATED for instant access to over 200 sites

    Click here to go to Vermont BMW MOV website for instant access to all of the links in the document.
    VT BMW MOV website

    Thanks to Vermont's BMW MOV webmaster, Shawn Bryan, for taking a big document, shrinking it so dial up folk could use it and maintaining all the content. Thanks Shawn

    Now improved to include a spreadsheet to move through sites quickly, EMERGENCY Numbers and an interactive motorcycle tool list. All links are tied to the internet. Click on the link and you are in VERMONT. Check out link at bottom of page for winter shots of Vermont taken after last BMW MOV meeting.

    After putting information together for my trip to the rally and after 100 things I decided to share with all for FREE - my favorite price. Just send me an email - paulbachorz@yahoo.com. There is also a copy on the rally site. This one is usually more up to date. I keep adding material and better formatting.

    You donÔÇÖt need to leave home to visit VERMONT or to start your planning. Save on gas do it all from your desktop.

    Here is a 47 page interactive document with over 200 hyperlinks and 138 specific things to see and/or do. Since all content is hyperlinked all you have to do is click and BAM!!. You are in VERMONT faster than a K1200S - much faster than 2.8 seconds.

    Your guide to
    Free coffee
    Free Chocolate
    Free Wine
    Free Maps and Guidebooks
    Free Beer

    Visit the website that tells you

    Where to see Lincoln's stovepipe hat.
    Soar with the eagles.
    Where to shop over 100 outlet stores in one town
    Where the Covered Bridge Museum is located
    Where to visit a lighthouse
    Board Vermont's landlocked steamboat.
    Can see Norman Rockwell paintings and Saturday Evening Post Covers
    Can paddle a canoe to a winery
    Ride a bobsled or a dog cart
    How Vermont was the home to interchangeable parts
    Shop in a Vermont General Store
    Stroll across the longest covered bridge in the world
    Walk in a cemetery where Robert Frost is buried.
    Where to see the oldest coral reef in the world

    The interactive document is FREE. Travel VERMONT without spending a cent on food, lodging or gasoline. VERMONT has some of the most beautiful and clever websites on the internet.

    Free - Beemer Folk deserve a good price.

    If you want the latest copy and spreadsheet please send an email to:

    paulbachorz@yahoo.com

    OR visit the BMW MOV website and a PDF fast loading document is waiting for your viewing pleasure. Ready?

    VT BMW MOV website

    Enjoy

    ps: Need a packing list?
    Last edited by PAULBACH; 02-18-2006 at 04:06 PM. Reason: Improved content & more material

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    Thank you!

    Your hard word is much appreciated.

    And early enough that we have time to dream.

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    Thanks, Paul

    Wow... what a resource.

    It's amazing the work that you've done. As someone who was the Rally Webmaster in 1998, 2000, 01, 02 & 03, I can relate to the time you've spent. As I said to you in e-mail, this stuff could be on the website as a live document, with links to drive traffic to it.

    Thanks again for sending this to me.

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    Once there was a Tavern PAULBACH's Avatar
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    Thank you

    The ground is covered with snow. The roads have a white coating of salt. The water has gone stiff.

    It is good to have something to do with the rally early. Now there is also a spreadsheet with hyperlinks and distances in one easy table. Planning has now go easier.

    Maybe its time to start a "few" links to nearby sites in New York, New Hampshire and even Canada.

    Again, it is all for free.

    Paul
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    can you send me a text type copy? thanks
    to "zzkvsl@yahoo.com"
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    Nice indeed, Paul!
    I am sure I speak for many when I say thank you immensely for your effort!!!

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    Thumbs up Thanks

    Thanks Paul for the hard work!

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    Hi there- has the link on the Rally page been updated as well?

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    Once there was a Tavern PAULBACH's Avatar
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    Update? Not Sure

    Hi:

    Not sure if they have updated it. But if you send an email to me at

    paulbachorz@yahoo.com

    I will send you the latest and greatest thant now includes

    Emergency phone numbers
    An interactive motorcycle tool list

    All at the same great price - FREE

    Check out this Vermont BMW MOV for latest and greatest




    Best,
    Paul
    Last edited by PAULBACH; 02-02-2006 at 03:28 AM.

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    Paul, I wnat to thank you for the information. I appreciate the update you sent as well. It is such a wonderful source of information. I will be studying it and planning what I want to do with my limited time available for the rally.
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    Did someone mention free wine, Ya'll are talking my lingo.

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    Thumbs up Free Wine, Free Beer and more

    Honest!

    Free Coffee in Bennington - at Hemmings
    Free Wine - along with free tour
    Free beer at a micro brewery
    Free Chocolate

    and ... ready ...

    in the next document I'm working on - free bottles of Budweiser

    Just can't beat a rally in Vermont

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