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Author Topic: 2013 Non-Rally in the mountains of South Carolina at Palmetto Cove  (Read 4432 times)
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NEWELL in South Carolina

« on: September 12, 2013, 03:41:39 PM »

I also posted this in the Bus Topics section.

The October (11th - 13th) 2013 Non-Rally in the mountains of South Carolina at Palmetto Cove.
Will be the same format as the last 6, eat & greet.   


I have reserved space at the park from October 6th thru October 13th.

I'm planning on being there Friday morning, but earlier arrivals are welcome.

No reservations required (that's a good thing since The Cove doesn't take them!)
Full hookups, some 50 Amp, rest are 30Amp, all with water & sewer.
You must be fully self contained (shower, toilet, & kitchen) per state health department rules since there are no bath houses there.

There is no rally fee. There will be a donation pot for those who wish to help offset the cost of the meals. Feel free to bring sides or desserts to meals.

The Non-Schedule:

Friday night – spaghetti.

For Saturday:
Breakfast – eggs, biscuits, sausage, & gravy.
Lunch – On your own - the shelter should be available to grill burgers.
Night – Low Country Boil.

For Sunday:
Breakfast – Left overs
Lunch – Left overs

Those with musical talents are encouraged to share.


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Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please (Mark Twain)

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Gillig Low Floor


« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2014, 04:23:27 AM »

Will there be a 2014 version?

Jim H.
Marion, NC
1999 Gillig H2000LF
Yes Virginia,
You CAN convert a low floor.
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