I've been getting in free as I go there enuff and spend a bit of money. I also have relatives that live there and can say I was invited and aren't just dropping in.
Hey,for those of you who are still on the edge of going to the Mini,we've just signed up Pat Anderson of Snoqualomie Falls Brewing.
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Prosser was nice, but I don't know if folks would want to go there 2 years in a row.
I did some checking on the web about the park Laura found in Warden. It's part of a golf course. The sites look okay, but they are right next to the highway (17) and the reviews are not favorable of the noise.
Any more ideas or opinions?
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Come on people lets help make a decision. The clock is ticking on reserving a spot on the weekend we want. Is someone checking on The two McMinneville RV campgrounds? Someone has to make a decision. Is Dave and Laura our wagon masters again?
The other Tom checked them out and here is what he posted on the other thread...
"David, I stopped at "Old Stone Village" rv park this morning, they can take a maximum of 20 rigs, their clubhouse is small, only has six tables in it that will seat six people each. The clubhouse and office are in the same building which I didn't care for.
We then went to the "Willamette Wine Country RV Park", used to be the "Portland/Dayton RV Park". It has new owners and they are taking group rallys. Their website is: www.willamettewinecountryrvpark.com. The cost per night, including taxes is $29.09. There is a $50 deposit on the rec room, refundable upon departure if the rec room is clean."
Yeah, the group went to Horn Rapids a few years ago. It was one rally I missed, so othere would have to comment on it.
If folks want to be on the east side of the mountains for better weather, that conflicts a bit with driving too far. I used Woodalls.com search feature and put in 150 miles (and I think that is measured as the crow flies) from Seattle, thinking that most people are at least an hour or two from Seattle. About a dozen show up. We have gone as far as Clarkston, but that was a full days drive for most of us on the west side.
Laura and I wouldn't mind being wagonmasters again if nobody else wants to step forward, but it would be nice if someone would.
Okay folks, we have taken the bull by the horns and set up next year's rally to be in Dayton, OR. See the thread here. I'll be sending ou a PM to past rally attendees later to make sure everyone knows.
That sounds good to us, David. Thanks for making the executive decision on this as it didn't look like anyone else had any better ideas at present (me included). I know I appreciate your initiative on this.
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