Keystone Sidecar Group Kampout - Aug 17 to 19, 2007
Posted 7/1/2007 5:22 PM (#26676) Subject: Keystone Sidecar Group Kampout - Aug 17 to 19, 2007
I was wondering if anyone has been to this function before, and how many sidecars were there? Wife and I thinking about going to it this year just to get away for a weekend. Should be about a four hour ride for us. Saw it advertised on Hack'd web site. Egor
Posted 7/2/2007 2:13 PM (#26727 - in reply to #26703) Subject: RE: Keystone Sidecar Group Kampout - Aug 17 to 19, 2007
Location: Middleburg, Pa
I looked up more info on the Keystone Kampout.
You will have fun there no doubt. Many of us will plan to come after the RON DEE VOO.
I see you are in Palmyra, Home of Kramer Williamson the racer. Used to go down there from tim eto time. If you know him say hello from Claude.
Our shop is located in Penns Creek, Pa.. Not far from Selinsgrove...come up and visit sometime.
August 17 - 19, 2007 - Keystone Sidecar Group Kampout - Kalyumet Campgrounds 814-744-9622, Cook Forest, PA. USA – Take exit 62 off of I-80 (Clarion) take Route 68 E to the center of Clarion (2 miles) to Cook Forest Road – 9.5 miles to the campground. Required registration deadline August 8th. For more details contact Harry Walter at 412-963-8327.
Posted 8/10/2007 6:09 PM (#28400 - in reply to #26676) Subject: RE: Keystone Sidecar Group Kampout - Aug 17 to 19, 2007
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Hello Egor! I've already contacted you about the Keystone Sidecar Kampout but I thought I would make a post for everyone else as well! Hello to everyone, my name is Michelle and I am the granddaughter of Harry Walter, the president of the Keystone Sidecar Group.
I am in the process of creating a website for the group and hope to have a lot completed by later tonight. So, please stop in from time to time and check it out! Everything about the upcoming Kampout will be on the site as well under Upcoming Events. The site is www.freewebs.com/keystonesidecargroup
The rally is August 17 - 19 and some people also like to show up Thursday night (16th) as well. They like to have a litte dinner where you cook over the campfire. Corn, Hobo stew, condiments, and the fire are provided. So, just bring your favorite kind of meat or canned goods to enjoy! Friday is a dinner ride and Saturday is filled with fun events! If anyone would like more information please feel free to stop by the website, post here, and/or e-mail me at email@example.com