NY 2013, Oct. 4-6: Copake, NY Fall Egg Rally - Page 4 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 07-09-2013, 11:34 AM   #43
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So the guy who head this up is not coming, are we still doing a potluck and is their any other plans or just a get together of egg campers and take it as it happens
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Old 07-09-2013, 12:02 PM   #44
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I would REALLY like to come and join you guys for this. Right now and for the foreseeable future I'm juggling weekend trips to Pittsburgh to help my mom and dad, since a couple of weeks ago my dad became pretty ill with lung cancer. Some of you met him at the 2011 Poconos rally - he did a huge amount of work helping me renovate my Burro.

Anyway, I can't predict what that weekend in October will hold, so I'm going to wait-and-see and hope for the best.
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All the best to your father, Jen. Hope you can keep all the balls in the air and find time for Copake.

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Old 07-10-2013, 08:16 PM   #46
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I wish this was a week earlier. I'll be at Limerock Park in CT the week before. Not sure I can justify making the drive two weekends in a row.
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Old 07-10-2013, 08:59 PM   #47
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Chris; how long a drive is it to Lime Rock for you? Copake is probably 20 miles or so to the north west. We'll be in NH at Chocorau August 4th to 7th, not sure which trailer though.
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Old 07-10-2013, 09:15 PM   #48
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So sorry guys - I was off grid in Va and couldn't respond earlier.

To clarify - The original organizer of this rally - Jim - has sold his camper and has no rig to join us with as his new Escape will not be ready until fall. I'm happy to jump in and facilitate so that we can still get together. As a native NY'er, I'm excited to have a rally in the Empire State. Eggs are pretty rare up here!

Everyone is welcome to our rallys. If you have an egg, would like an egg, want to see eggs, or have a friend with an egg - please join us. We are all inclusive!

There will be a pot luck on Saturday night and all are welcome. Please bring a dish to share. We don't care what kind of camper you have or if you have one. If you are just looking, you are more than welcome to join us. If you want to come for the day, Saturday would be the day.

We will schedule an egg tour for Saturday afternoon. Time TBA. Participants can open their rigs and share their "mods" (modifications) and sing the praises of their particular model of egg. Of course, anyone can welcome visitors at any time.

We have been to many rallys in several states and have found egg owners to be some of the most friendly and accommodating folks you could ever meet. Whatever you need, just ask. Come for the day or the weekend. We're happy to have you!
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Chris; how long a drive is it to Lime Rock for you? Copake is probably 20 miles or so to the north west. We'll be in NH at Chocorau August 4th to 7th, not sure which trailer though.
Limerock is 3.5 hours for us. We'll be there September 27-29 for the Grand-Am races. I usually meet up with fellow Mazda owners and we get to meet the drivers and tour the paddocks, sit in the cars, etc etc.

We are going to Twin Mountain KOA on the 19th just for the weekend to get some hiking in. I have vacation time I want to use in August but we have a bunch of local events I need to work around. If we're bouncing around northern NH the week of the 4th I'll see if I can reserve a night at Chocorau and meet up.
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Just getting back into the site. This meet up is so close that I may try to make it. Looks like it is about and hour from where I live.
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Old 07-22-2013, 05:23 AM   #51
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We just camped with a couple that own a Trillium 4500, asked them to come and they may do so.
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Hope you can make it Carlyi - We'd love to see the Trillium!
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Old 07-23-2013, 03:51 PM   #53
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Sue, is it possible to put up a list of the people coming and what they have. Need a number when it gets closer for pot luck, thanks
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David and I, Lucie will be there...have not figured what to bring for pot luck since this is the first time we do this. If you have a suggestion, I will appreciate it. We have a 17ft Casita that is a 2006 but very new to us! Looking forward to that weekend,
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Old 07-23-2013, 09:00 PM   #55
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Well Lucie, I'd like a nice steak and baked potato! But seriously, we've done a lot of potlucks so best to keep it simple. Mary makes some cranberry meatballs in a crockpot that are quite popular so I'm sure they will be our contribution. Others may bring some kind of salad, pasta hot or cold, baked beans, maybe a desert like cake or cookies. A couple times while snow birding in the south last winter we went to the grocery store and got a couple bags of cole slaw for the weekly potluck. Do something that's easy for you, not everyone may take it, but this is not like ordering off a menu. We have never left a potluck hungry. Campground has electric so crock pot stuff is easy, don't think you have to spend all day cooking. our snow bird campground has a very large pot luck turnout, so they do a signup list and categories for what you are bringing, main dish, salad , desert. I don't think we have such a big group that we need to do that. It's usually bring your own beverage, but some will provide coffee.
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Old 07-23-2013, 09:35 PM   #56
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OK - Here is what I have confirmed so far:

David - Rochester MA - Scamp 5th Wheel
Mary & Bob - NY - U-Haul
John - Oswego NY - Escape
Brian M - NY - Parkliner
Sue and Ed (that's us) Troy NY - Casita
Jean - NJ - Casita
Jack and Jean (Our friend Rabbit and wife from previous rallys) Delaware - Burro
Lucie & David - MA - Casita

If I missed anyone - please pipe up!

There are several "maybe's" and at least one couple that will probably join us on Saturday. I will check in with the campground when we are a few weeks prior to confirm the number of reservations.

In my experience, there are always people who show up last minute, and there is always more than enough food for the pot luck, so don't stress about how many you have to feed. Bring a big bowl of something yummy. It's all good.

We are really looking forward to meeting everyone. There are only a few of you that we have had the pleasure to camp with previously. I am really happy to see so many NY'ers as we rarely see eggs around here. It would be wonderful if we could start a Northeast Egg Rally tradition.
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