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swampcat07

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Ok, we are all agreeing on Tall Pines? End of September would be better for me. I have 2 birthdays( weekends) and my anniversay in the middle of October. Or even beginning November is ok.

Most likely it will be Me and I can prolly get Mark there too. Maybe also a 3rd rider but not sure.

Well I figured if I did not pick a place and time to at least talk about we would never get anywhere.

Tall Pines seems like the best fit for the location and insurance requirements. If we tend to be getting more members from one specific area we can always move the ride closer to them.

Any week in October would work for me. What weekend do you have free in October?

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Wait what about SSRT??

Wylde does not have insurance on his quad so I don't think SSRT would give him a sticker.

I am just trying to see what place works best for everyone.

I am planning a trip to SSRT sometime this fall, You just have to watch what is in season to hunt. The off trail riding is fun but you don't want to get any of the hunters mad.

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I don't think anyone is really confirmed yet we are still back and forth about a place and what weekend in October. If we can throw a few options out there I will start a poll.

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only reason I am asking is if the ones that are confirmed to go have reg/ins then SSRT I think is the place to go. Guess the one w/o reg/ins are the one that really need to commit since the location of the trip is around them.

Maybe shoot out some dates and if they have reg/ins and start from there. If you need any help let me know, Mark

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only reason I am asking is if the ones that are confirmed to go have reg/ins then SSRT I think is the place to go. Guess the one w/o reg/ins are the one that really need to commit since the location of the trip is around them.

Maybe shoot out some dates and if they have reg/ins and start from there. If you need any help let me know, Mark

If you guys get enough people for a certain location go for it. You don't all need to try to work around me. It seems I am the only one that doesn't have the paperwork. I am in the process of changing jobs right now anyway and would really be stretching my budget to do it.

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SSRT is on top of the poll. With that said what weekend in October is everyone thinking about?

1 - First Weekend 5th thru 7th

2 - Second Weekend 12th thru 14th

3 - Third Weekend 19th thru 21st

4 - Fourth Weekend 26th thru 28th.

The official Ride will be that Sunday for those who are coming down for the Day.

I would not be able to make the Ride on the 21st so I vote for the First Weekend.

Week Voting and Attendance.

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1 - Swampcat, Marioweldinginc, Markdb, Lumpneck

4 - Swampcat, Marioweldinginc, Lumpneck

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Good Point Mike. So the last week is also an option. I will start a count who can make it the 1st week and then who can make it the last week. Let me know if you can make it and I will add you to the list.

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