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Hoosier Hills and Hollers 2017
« on: August 03, 2017, 04:07:04 pm »
Hoosier Hills and Hollers 2017


   I am proud to announce Hoosier Hills and Hollers 2017. It will be September 22nd -24th 2017 at McCormick’s Creek State Park. This is a more of a do-it-yourself rally. There will not be any rooms or campsites held, so you will need to make your reservations ASAP even if you are only thinking about attending. Last minute planning may leave you without a place to sleep. Campers may want to try and get close to the Beech Grove shelter so they might be close together. Rally headquarters will be the Canyon Inn in the park. Route sheets will be available for those that want them. The park provides lots of options for your stay. The Canyon Inn has several different room options; there are also cabins; and several different camping options. (http://www.mccormickscreekstatepark.com/campgrounds/index.htm) There is also a motel in Spencer- the Patriot Inn (http://www.spencerpatriotinn.com/).

Schedule:
        Friday 22nd:
                   Early bird dinner at 7pm at the El Ranchero restaurant
                   405 Franklin St. Spencer, Indiana 47460. Phone number (812)-829-2106.
Saturday 23rd:
                    8-9am Breakfast and sign in at Birdhouse Restaurant (Canyon Inn)
                    451 McCormick Creek Park Road Spencer, IN. 47460
                     9am-5pm Riding free time.
                     6-8pm Group Picture, Dinner and Door prizes at the Birdhouse Restaurant (Canyon Inn)
Sunday 24th:
                      8-9am Good bye breakfast at the Birdhouse Restaurant (Canyon Inn)

All meals, room and camping reservations will be your responsibility and again should be made ASAP. There will be no event fee for members ($5.00 fee for non-members). You can do it all or just part of the event. It is up to you. Please register at http://www.cog-online.org on the calendar page so we have a count for the event. Hope to see you there.

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Re: Hoosier Hills and Hollers 2017
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2017, 11:57:10 am »
Bump.
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Re: Hoosier Hills and Hollers 2017
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2017, 12:00:35 am »
Just curious if anyone has registered/ plans to go to this rally. No responses on this thread makes me wonder. The timing fits my schedule, but I'd rather not ride six hours to rally by myself. On the other hand, it would be peaceful.
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Re: Hoosier Hills and Hollers 2017
« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2017, 09:18:03 pm »
We have had between 5-15 people show up the last 4 years. Most are slow to register. I know my wife and I and at least one more most likely two will be there. Any ride is a good ride. Hope to see you there.
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Re: Hoosier Hills and Hollers 2017
« Reply #4 on: August 29, 2017, 12:38:38 am »
Just curious if anyone has registered/ plans to go to this rally. No responses on this thread makes me wonder. The timing fits my schedule, but I'd rather not ride six hours to rally by myself. On the other hand, it would be peaceful.

Indiana is dead. Not sure if there just arent any members here or they just DGAF. I wish it wasnt like that. I am a member at GWRRA and they have weekly rides, and another more "open" spin off group rides on tuesdays. I've ridden about 80% of the available 'rides' between those two groups over the last 2 months and it's been great fun. Wish we had more active connie people.

I wont be there myself....I have my son that weekend.
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