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dlynn
Posted 2/5/2010 7:59 PM (#49040)
Subject: Chelan Sidecar Rally - CSR2


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The second annual Chelan Sidecar Rally is set for May
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Thought I'd post one of the events for the Rally
The CSR2 - May 2010
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Friday Night at the Drive-in
An old fashioned Drive-in movie., with
A catered homemade spaghetti dinner
and - Live music before the show.
Hot buttered popcorn, homemade cookies and
refreshments during the show.
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Free with registration
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Shaping up to be great mini-event and a perfect
way to end the first day of the rally.
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The Night Cruise - on the Lady of The Lake cruise boat - also free with registration - will be the final event of the rally - for Saturday.
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HTTP://CHELANRALLY.COM
d'Lynn / chelan washington
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gpers2
Posted 2/12/2010 11:43 AM (#49210 - in reply to #49040)
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Sounds like fun already.
gp
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lacey_exit
Posted 2/12/2010 9:29 PM (#49232 - in reply to #49210)
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gpers2 - 2/12/2010 11:43 AM

Sounds like fun already.
gp
and you can get $5 off the registration fee, if I read the website right...
You goin' this year?
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Santa Ron & Shirley
Posted 2/15/2010 6:37 PM (#49299 - in reply to #49040)
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Going--Going--Going!!  Registration paid, Wapato timeshare reserved....Let the games begin! Thanks d'Lynn and Chris.

Santa

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lacey_exit
Posted 2/15/2010 10:03 PM (#49308 - in reply to #49299)
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Santa Ron & Shirley - 2/15/2010 6:37 PM

Going--Going--Going!!  Registration paid, Wapato timeshare reserved....Let the games begin! Thanks d'Lynn and Chris.

Santa

blindfold races!!
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Santa Ron & Shirley
Posted 2/16/2010 12:46 AM (#49310 - in reply to #49308)
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For Beer???
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Reardan Tom
Posted 2/16/2010 10:18 AM (#49317 - in reply to #49040)
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Archie and I will be in tent site 97. No trailer this year (except the little one behind the bike.) No USCA involvement this year, we get to kick back and enjoy and appreciate d'Lynn and Chris's hard work... Looking forward to seeing everyone!
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lacey_exit
Posted 2/16/2010 10:54 AM (#49319 - in reply to #49317)
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Reardan Tom - 2/16/2010 10:18 AM

Archie and I will be in tent site 97. No trailer this year (except the little one behind the bike.) No USCA involvement this year, we get to kick back and enjoy and appreciate d'Lynn and Chris's hard work... Looking forward to seeing everyone!
Should be pretty quiet back there Tom! We'll seeya' at the HQ!
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wingit11
Posted 2/16/2010 2:22 PM (#49322 - in reply to #49040)
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We will be in site #27..........Hope that is not too close to HQ. Looking forward to meeting some of you. This will be our first sidecar meet.
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Reardan Tom
Posted 2/16/2010 6:57 PM (#49325 - in reply to #49322)
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I'm not positive but it seems like 27 is where we were last year... Anyhow, we'll see ya there!
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gpers2
Posted 2/16/2010 9:42 PM (#49328 - in reply to #49322)
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wingit:
Lot of nice people attended the rally last year. Bet it will be a good bunch this year too.
Tony, Santa Ron and Shirley, Tom & Archie - already a great group.
How long a run will this trip be for you?
Gail
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wingit11
Posted 2/16/2010 10:06 PM (#49329 - in reply to #49040)
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Gail....Looking at the map it will probably take us about 12 to 14 hours to get there. We will break it up over 2 days. We will probably go across southern BC and cut south over the border at Osoyoos, BC into Washington on Hwy 97 south to Chelan. Love that ride and looking forward to it.
Now I just have to get out to the garage and change the triple tree, front fork springs and tires. Then the fun starts setting up the sidecar again after the modifications.

See ya in Chelan
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lacey_exit
Posted 2/17/2010 10:23 PM (#49355 - in reply to #49329)
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Watcher' self... she's tryin' to get rid of sumpthin, I betcha. LOL
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gpers2
Posted 2/18/2010 12:52 AM (#49356 - in reply to #49329)
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Hi Wingit:
I've been googling what I guess will be some of your route. Boy that does look like it will be a really pretty run.. Is that a dam at Osoyoos?
I have not been to your part of the country, but it looks pretty inviting. In summer the northern climes hold a strong appeal for those of us who live in the southern and more deserty areas.

I hope you have good weather. Last year the weather cleared nicely for the rally. There were several Canadians in attendance. One couple (Barbara & Gary) with a very nice homebuilt rig came from Nanaimo -

Enjoy your trip - stay warm and dry.
gail
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wingit11
Posted 2/18/2010 7:52 AM (#49357 - in reply to #49040)
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Thanks Gail, I certainly hope the weather cooperates. That time of year we can get almost anything. I have a couple of high mountain passes to go over and could still run into snow at the top. Good thing we have 3 wheels and electric vest. LOL Looking forward to the rally.
Catch you there.
Larry
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storch
Posted 2/22/2010 10:39 AM (#49468 - in reply to #49040)
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We are coming from Vancouver Island.Take route three,camp somewhere near Keremeos,cross the border at midway.Try to avoid big highway traffic(Osoyoos).There is also a little bordercrossing at Danville which I used last year.Very nice road.Probably camp again near Republic
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Hack'n
Posted 2/22/2010 11:30 AM (#49471 - in reply to #49468)
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Gary,
What will you and Barb be riding this season?

Lonnie
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wingit11
Posted 2/22/2010 1:06 PM (#49479 - in reply to #49468)
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storch - 2/22/2010 9:39 AM

We are coming from Vancouver Island.Take route three,camp somewhere near Keremeos,cross the border at midway.Try to avoid big highway traffic(Osoyoos).There is also a little bordercrossing at Danville which I used last year.Very nice road.Probably camp again near Republic


Thanks storch.........that was the route we were intending to take. As a matter of fact we want to stay in Midway. There is a nice (clean) motel/restaurant right on the highway and is very reasonable cost. If the weather is really warm may camp at Midway. Nice campground by the river. Have not taken the Midway border crossing but was going to consider that route. Do you know that road? Anything I should be aware of ie. any long distances for fuel???

Will need to keep an eye on the weather and road conditions especially at the summit of the Salmo/Creston as well as Paulson Pass. Have gone through snow in May over those passes before. Should not be much of a problem with three wheels. Every other time I did it it was on only two wheels.

cu in Chelan
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wingit11
Posted 2/22/2010 2:38 PM (#49485 - in reply to #49479)
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Hey Hack'n......are we going to meet you in Chelan?
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storch
Posted 2/22/2010 3:03 PM (#49486 - in reply to #49040)
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Lonnie,it would be great to see you at Chelan.I am still driving the old FJ 1100,getting kind of attached to it.It is not yet finished,but a bit more finished than last years Chelan






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Hack'n
Posted 2/22/2010 5:51 PM (#49492 - in reply to #49485)
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Work and weather permitting I am tentatively meeting up with my (Canuck) road partner in Chelan and we will go from there.
I don't usually spend too much time at Rallys. Gave up camping in 2001. I usually drop off a couple of chintzy door prize items and spend a couple of hours at most, with a walkabout, a few Boy Howdies, take some pix and maybe a video or two then hit the road for far away places.
At Tahoe last year we arrived, dropped off prizes at the Rally site where noone was, went to the airport and took pix and a video of several rigs at the games then headed south to complete a 10 state tour.
Judy doesn't let me out of the shop all that often so when she does I like to cover as much ground as possible.
If you see an Orange and Black rig that looks like my last three pix in my Hack'ns #12 album that'll probably be me.

Hope for decent weather, we've hit some whiteouts on the North Cascade Highway as late as Memorial Day weekend when we used to come from the Puget Sound side.

Lonnie

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storch
Posted 2/22/2010 5:53 PM (#49493 - in reply to #49040)
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Lonnie,you let work interfere with pleasure?

Gary
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