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Any news on this?
I was thinking the same thing!
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As in past years, once plans are firmed up I will create a web page that has the pertinent details. URL can be embedded in your signature for quick reference or bookmarked as a "Favorite" in your browser.

My sig has a link to the Colorado Rally for 2019 in case any of you guys want to make it out here! July 11 - 15th in Durango.
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Any news on this?
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I was thinking the same thing!
Darrell is still da man!
Progress continues.
Need to confirm motel (two good ones mentioned have been contacted.)
Some route options have been discussed; determination is dependent upon motel selection.
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While planning routes, look for Rt 17 Mad River Glen near Warren, VT. You guys would like it. Ran a few bikes up that way two years ago and heard some screams coming across on the Scala. And at the end, in Warren, VT there's a really good sandwich shop in the Warren Country Store. And there's a covered bridge right there, if that floats your boat.

I'd avoid Lincoln Gap road, i saw the 'some dirt' comment and it is actually mostly dirt and gravel. So much so that it's closed in winter!

Ironic that as you guys are moving North, I'm moving South lol
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