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Old 02-06-2018, 09:09 AM
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Originally Posted by nxfedlt1 View Post
Odd question, how does cancellation work if needed?
We refund your money if you cancel and we are able to fill your spot. A lot of the costs are fixed - we rent the entire resort, have a set fee for dinner, etc. Last year we had a few last minute cancels and were able to accommodate most in one way or another. There is a transporter coming from Seattle through Scottsdale. Not sure of the route and whether it's full or not. FJSeattle? Ideas?
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Old 02-06-2018, 10:14 AM
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Just got the email. First thing I did after getting the GT3 is sign up for the smokies event. Is there a transporter coming from Florida by any chance?
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Old 02-06-2018, 10:34 AM
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Just got the email. First thing I did after getting the GT3 is sign up for the smokies event. Is there a transporter coming from Florida by any chance?
aren't FL and GA neighboring states? Driving is part of the fun! See ya there.
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Old 02-06-2018, 10:34 AM
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Yes! So glad the year wait is finally over. I can't wait to get back together with the Smokies gang!
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Old 02-06-2018, 10:50 AM
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never was in southeastern US.

could fly in from Munich.

but where to get a proper car from? to fly my blackbetty in - would be complicated..
or who would offer a occasional co-driver seat? all the drinks i would pay
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Originally Posted by jo_ker View Post
never was in southeastern US.

could fly in from Munich.

but where to get a proper car from? to fly my blackbetty in - would be complicated..
or who would offer a occasional co-driver seat? all the drinks i would pay
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Originally Posted by jo_ker
never was in southeastern US.

could fly in from Munich.

but where to get a proper car from? to fly my blackbetty in - would be complicated..
or who would offer a occasional co-driver seat? all the drinks i would pay
I'm from Italy, and I've driven all the mountain passes in Europe, and many famous roads in the world... I'm telling you you've never experienced race-track like roads like where we are going with Smokies. It's a driving experience you simply can't miss. Google hwy 28, cherohala skyway, the dragon - 129, blueridge parkway.. hwy 60 out of Suches. These are racetrack smooth, perfectly cambered roads with all kinds of decreasing radius turns, big flowing turns, switchbacks from hell.. like a videogame. The vistas may not be like in Europe, and you may very well die from how terribly low quality and unhealthy the food is in the SE USA, but if you make it to Smokies you'll never forget the driving experience.

Also, you get to meet everyone and put a face to their ridiculous posts and then laugh with them about your own ridiculous posts. It's epic.

DO IT.
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Awesome! Anyone coordinating a group ship from Washington DC? I think 10 hrs is a little more than my butt and back can take in the RS.
Interested in this as well
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Originally Posted by jo_ker View Post
never was in southeastern US.

could fly in from Munich.

but where to get a proper car from? to fly my blackbetty in - would be complicated..
or who would offer a occasional co-driver seat? all the drinks i would pay
Bring a thick wallet if Sean takes you up on that one😁
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Originally Posted by CAlexio View Post
I'm from Italy, and I've driven all the mountain passes in Europe, and many famous roads in the world... I'm telling you you've never experienced race-track like roads like where we are going with Smokies. It's a driving experience you simply can't miss. Google hwy 28, cherohala skyway, the dragon - 129, blueridge parkway.. hwy 60 out of Suches. These are racetrack smooth, perfectly cambered roads with all kinds of decreasing radius turns, big flowing turns, switchbacks from hell.. like a videogame. The vistas may not be like in Europe, and you may very well die from how terribly low quality and unhealthy the food is in the SE USA, but if you make it to Smokies you'll never forget the driving experience.

Also, you get to meet everyone and put a face to their ridiculous posts and then laugh with them about your own ridiculous posts. It's epic.

DO IT.
Wait a minute. Fried chicken, pork chops, drop biscuits/gravy and fried apples is the breakfast of champions. I grew up on this and I'll turn 71 for this event😁
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Originally Posted by sgroer View Post
We refund your money if you cancel and we are able to fill your spot. A lot of the costs are fixed - we rent the entire resort, have a set fee for dinner, etc. Last year we had a few last minute cancels and were able to accommodate most in one way or another. There is a transporter coming from Seattle through Scottsdale. Not sure of the route and whether it's full or not. FJSeattle? Ideas?
We might have room for one more spot. Will know shortly.
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Wait a minute. Fried chicken, pork chops, drop biscuits/gravy and fried apples is the breakfast of champions. I grew up on this and I'll turn 71 for this event😁
Yeah, Alex... and just check out Alan's bod!... I'm going to follow his regimen.
BTW, Alan's in charge of menu selection at smokies spring!
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That was before steroids were put on the CXX list.
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Originally Posted by jo_ker View Post
never was in southeastern US.

could fly in from Munich.

but where to get a proper car from? to fly my blackbetty in - would be complicated..
or who would offer a occasional co-driver seat? all the drinks i would pay
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