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It's been suggested that a regular day each month be chosen as a regular G2G day...
This was put out there by the group that met in Atoka last weekend.
<HR style="COLOR: #666666" SIZE=1>Now, this can be the first saturday of the month, and the location left wide open for several G2G's in various parts of a state or province to take place.
I kind of like that idea, as opposed to one big central meet that not everyone can blow the fuel money to get to - and yet it is still a designated day of the month that is KNOWN so that a G2G (or several of them) can be expected and planned for...
The same member put out the suggestion to post it as: "Show up, or don't show up. But if you don't show, NO WHINING..."
Is that a realistic outlook for G2G's? Things always come up at the last minute, I know. But if we want to make things happen it ought to begin somewhere...
I'm looking for some inputs here to make meets possible in the easiest possible way.
Another club used to do middle TN for events because it's equal drive for the east and west members.
The Smokey Mountains make a terrific back drop for a meet, great for pictures, there is also a campground. I hope to either make the rod run, F-100 Nationals, or both, I plan to haul the F-150 to east TN to attend.
I was hoping to get a cleanup event going for the Cedars of Lebanon state park, gain brownie points with the guys running it to give us some perks, they have a campground, cabins, pool, playgrounds, events, pavilion's etc.
Franklin has a massive civil war reenactment in TN, can't recall when it is.
Need to find a spot in Nashville, it's central, about equal to both sides, Bass Pro Shop is in Opry Mills, the mall that took the place of Opryland, there is a park or two also. Opry Mills is not friendly to those who want to hang out in the parkinglot, mall police will harass you, but there is an eating area inside full of tables to gather.
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