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  • in reply to: RV Camping #60069
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    [QUOTE=Skidmark »]Thanks Bert! I was about to lose hope. I appreciate the info, it all sounds great. I owe you a beer or two.[/QUOTE]

    Great, I’ll be in the beer tent at 7:00 friday night with an “I-BMW’ tee shirt on. I will be with the internet K1200rs/gt/s/r group.;) 😀

    By the way you didn’t enter your name or city in your forum info. Where will you be coming from??

    in reply to: RV Camping #60010
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    Send an e-mail to the rally chairperson, Debbie Harbour at [email][email protected][/email]
    and tell her your special needs.

    She can give you the official info on trailer hookups. I know that there are electrical panels at the end of several rows of camping spaces, but there cannot be hookups for ALL RV campers.

    in reply to: RV Camping #60138
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    [QUOTE=payle8 »]Will the Electric areas service small pop ups and how many will there be of electric[/QUOTE]

    To be assured of an electrical hookup you must show a medical need.

    There are just not enough hookups for everyone.

    in reply to: RV Camping #60066
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    There is LOTS of area for RV camping at the RA rally site. There are raised rows with gravel under the grass with parking between the rows, along the river. There are electrical boxes at one end of each row. There will be no problem with DRY hookups and SOME of the campers will have limited access to power.

    Biltmmore stages horse events [I can’t spell esquesrtian:o ] in this area and it is setup for camping and horse trailers.

    The Vendor area and tent camping will be just the other side of a small creek, and will also have limited electrical hookups.

    There will be large and QUIET generators for the vendor and food area.

    There will be ice available for purchase at the food vendor.

    There will be beer [of course] at the beer tent AND soft drinks, bottled water and wine.

    There will be several LARGE tents for the vendors, food service, and a hugh tent for the beer garden and intertainment area with tables and chairs to just sit back and relax.

    Oh yea, and if you need it there will be showers with dressing areas and restrooms with sinks on trailers. Nice and clean, as well as port a johns through out the grounds.

    You guys don’t think that an organization as up scale as Biltmore is going to do anything half way, do you.:cool:

    in reply to: E-mail newsletters #60011
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    Thanks, Beemerbutt. 😉

    in reply to: Rally Admission Cost #60019
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    Day passes will not be offered.

    WE are discussing what to do about seasonal pass holders.
    I also have passes, and hope that the $31 will be waived.

    in reply to: Seminars #59973
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    Anton, I would like to volunteer to do a riding seminar on “how to be come an experienced rider in three easy steps”

    I would talk about avoiding riding hazards without having to experience them first.

    in reply to: Biltmore site layout #59949
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    It’s hard to tell much from the pic. i see the river and the paved road.
    is the old stable site in the lower part of the pic?
    Do all the red dots represent generators?

    in reply to: Get there on the Blue Ridge Parkway #60009
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    Markers on the parkway are in MILES, not km.

    Yea, a ticket on the parkway is a federal offence [federal court, if you want to contest it] BUT, 😀
    The good part is that they do not notify the states of the offence and you get no points [go figure??]:confused:

    in reply to: Get there on the Blue Ridge Parkway #60039
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    [QUOTE=scbmwrider »]

    I’m also torn on weather to stay on the parkway or take the 276 to 215 loop.[/QUOTE]

    If you have the time definately do the loop and then get back on the parkway, even if you have to double back over some of the same roads. it is worth it.

    The 126-126a loop at little switzerland is also a great loop.

    in reply to: Traveling from PA #60241
    BERT BRUMFIELD
    Spectator

    That makes two posts from this person and both gibberish.

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