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FENDER2YOU
Posted 5/9/2006 5:50 PM (#15908)
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i havn't heard any info on this,
and so for i have only heard of 1 person going,
anyone else going to this?

fender
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Hack'n
Posted 5/9/2006 7:12 PM (#15912 - in reply to #15908)
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There's usually a pretty good turnout. I have customers going and the Bigfoot Sidecar Club from BC will probably be there in force. Also there are several drop by's during the weekend who are not weekend campers.
Makes for a nice laid back weekend with lots of show and tell.

Lonnie
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Reardan Tom
Posted 5/9/2006 8:02 PM (#15920 - in reply to #15912)
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Archie and I will be there. Got reservations for a Kamp Kabin... We were going to go last year but with the National in Stevenson, both just didn't fit the budget. We will be in Yakima over Memorial week end this year though!
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JayDauntless
Posted 5/10/2006 12:02 AM (#15935 - in reply to #15908)
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My Wife Tara and I will be there as will many other sidecarist. This is the longest running sidecar camp out in the USA.
Jay Giese
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FENDER2YOU
Posted 5/10/2006 11:40 AM (#15949 - in reply to #15908)
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well after that i guess i'll have to go
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Hack'n
Posted 5/10/2006 11:55 AM (#15953 - in reply to #15949)
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Yakima's just a short walk from Pasco isn't it?
You can day trip that one and sleep at home. LOL

Lonnie
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FENDER2YOU
Posted 5/10/2006 1:02 PM (#15956 - in reply to #15908)
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it's about an hour and half from yakama, should be a fun ride

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Reardan Tom
Posted 5/10/2006 1:46 PM (#15960 - in reply to #15956)
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Hope you're gonna be there Lonnie!
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Hack'n
Posted 5/10/2006 4:50 PM (#15970 - in reply to #15960)
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Dunno Tom,
Three of us old farts are headed south on the 18th for the Norcal Rally then we'll probably hit the sunny side of the Sierras or gold country before heading back. How long we stay gone depends on the weather.

Lonnie
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stevewoo
Posted 5/10/2006 5:02 PM (#15972 - in reply to #15949)
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Are you also heading down to the Lake Beryessa thing too?
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sebjones
Posted 5/11/2006 1:23 PM (#16001 - in reply to #15908)
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Ok.......I'll bite.
Who, what, where, when etc. for the Yakima Unrally?
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FENDER2YOU
Posted 5/11/2006 2:55 PM (#16007 - in reply to #15908)
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yakima, washington, may 26-28
that;s about as much as i know
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Reardan Tom
Posted 5/11/2006 3:35 PM (#16012 - in reply to #16007)
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Copied from "Sidecar Events for 2006" that Bruce posted:
May 26 - 29, 2006 - 28th North West Sidecar Pilots Camp Out - Memorial Day Weekend – Yakima KOA Campground (just off I-82 exit 34 east towards Moxee about 1 mile), 1500 Keys Road, Yakima, WA 98901, USA. Phone 800-562-5773 for RV reservations to reserve your space, no reservations are required for motorcycle/tent camping and will be collected on site. Contact hosts Sherry & Chris Smith jcsa@wavecable.com or call 360-275-2757.
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Hack'n
Posted 5/11/2006 3:38 PM (#16013 - in reply to #16001)
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28th Annual North West Sidecar Pilots Camp Out. At Yakima KOA campground.
Off 1-82 1 mile + - East of exit 34.
1500 Keys Road Yakima, WA 98901
Memorial Day weekend
Hosts are Sherry & Chris Smith jcsa@wavecable.com or Ph.360-275-2757

Lonnie
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Hack'n
Posted 5/11/2006 4:09 PM (#16015 - in reply to #16012)
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Tom,
Still having posting glitches so ya beat me by 3 minutes on that one.

My answer to your Lake Berryessa question didn't make it either.

It was: Yup!

If we're back by the Holiday weekend I might day trip Yakima.
My old bones don't camp well anymore.

Lonnie
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claude #3563
Posted 5/11/2006 7:34 PM (#16023 - in reply to #16015)
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Guess we won't make it :-(
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claude #3563
Posted 5/11/2006 7:35 PM (#16024 - in reply to #16015)
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Joyce
Posted 5/11/2006 7:53 PM (#16027 - in reply to #15908)
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Yes, we are all getting those darn error messages. We hope to have it figured out soon.
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RedMenace
Posted 5/13/2006 1:07 AM (#16066 - in reply to #16027)
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hoping I can make it to the Un Rally this year. Here are some photos from last year:
http://adventuresidecar.com/yakima_sidecar_un.htm
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Reen
Posted 5/14/2006 7:27 PM (#16147 - in reply to #15908)
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I have gone the last few years and brought my 2-wheel-riding siblings with me. We always enjoy the ride. This year I will be bringing a newly-initiated 2-wheeling friend AND a proud new sidecar owner. Both are very excited. Depending on when you come over and where you're coming from, you might try to hit the World's Longest Garage Sale in Packwood, WA. It's neat and there's always good food vendors. Elephant ears, for example!

Seems to me that most of the people who go to this Yakima thing aren't much into the online sidecar networking thing. One of those invisible sidecar statistics.
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Reardan Tom
Posted 5/14/2006 9:31 PM (#16151 - in reply to #16147)
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We just got home from a farewell BBQ for a co-worker who is moving to Montana. She lives on a county road slightly off the beaten path. While we were there a sidecar rig went by. Amazing. Couldn't tell what it was other than white! Doubtfull, but anyone on this board headed south on Coulee-Hite Road sometime between 4:00 and 5:00 this afternoon?
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RedMenace
Posted 5/25/2006 9:27 PM (#16503 - in reply to #16151)
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Looks like I will be at the Yakima Unrally. Hope to leave for there Saturday morning(but I haven't done anything to get ready to go

CYA there,
Vernon
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FENDER2YOU
Posted 5/26/2006 10:19 AM (#16511 - in reply to #15908)
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i hope to be there sometime in the morning on saturday, although the weather around here, hasn't been the greatest for riding


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stevewoo
Posted 5/27/2006 2:17 PM (#16536 - in reply to #16511)
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I hope to get there sometime, but have a couple of major computer issues to resolve first! Weather is not too great here either...
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RedMenace
Posted 5/29/2006 2:26 PM (#16579 - in reply to #15908)
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just got back from "the Palm Springs of Washington"

gotta go hang the tent up to dry
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