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« Reply #30 on: July 18, 2007, 06:39:31 PM »

I have read all of your posts and thank you so much for the information all of you gave. We are still looking (taking our time) to find just the right one.. How would I find out about the rallies that are coming up? I would love to attend some and see whats out there. Hubby and I went to a rv place last weekend and ok..... some are nice but not what I want. Any input would be great.

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Darlene in Texas

Thought you'd never ask!  Ok first off Paul aka Dreamscape has set up a nice informal Texas Bus Round UP in N. Texas coming up soon!

Greetings All,
 
Here are the details of the upcoming event.
 
Location: Hickory Creek Campground
                1801 N Mill St.
                 Lewisville TX 75057
 
When: September 13-16, 2007

Then there is the one here at my place also in September 6-10 here in God's Country of NW TN!

Ah there's one in SC this week end!

and if you'll look on the top of the page you'll see the calander it list all of them that someone has taken the time to post! And Richard does a great job of keeping it updated of the ones his is made aware of! Last of all if your out traveling and see one, and they aren't rolling down the road and you got a minute stop and interduce yerself and let them know you wanna join this crazy group of bus owners and I'm sure they'll help ya as muchas they can!
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« Reply #31 on: July 18, 2007, 07:19:32 PM »

We are having a bus get together, September 13-16. It is not an "Official" Rally, just a group of folk with their buses. It is listed in the Calendar /Upcoming events on this board, Texas Roundup 2007. You are most welcome to attend. All other events are posted there also. That would be a good way to see some buses and meet BUS NUTS.
Where in Texas are you from?

Happy Trails,

Paul

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« Reply #32 on: July 19, 2007, 05:50:40 PM »

We are just north of Houston

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« Reply #33 on: July 19, 2007, 06:00:37 PM »

Darlene, There are lots of pictures available on this board and other places on the net, just not the same as going to an event and seeing for yourselves. Good Luck with your search. Make a list of questions and post them, that is what this board is for. We will all do our best to help you in any way. Lots of very smart busnuts here, and we all have differant ways of doing things.

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Paul
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« Reply #34 on: July 19, 2007, 06:11:19 PM »

Darlene, the September rally that Paul is talking about is just north of Dallas --- which in the end isn't that far from Houston.  One option you might want to think about is driving (or flying) up for the Saturday of the rally, where you'll get a chance to see several coaches - and a wide range (ours is a 1968).  There are plenty of hotels just south of the rally location, look for hotels on I-35 in Lewisville.  Since I live within 10 or so miles of the rally site, I can suggest hotels if you need.  If time is tight, it's about 30-40 minutes drive from either airport (Love Field - on Southwest; or DFW on American, Continental, or Huh)

Whether driving up, or even doing a Southwest 1-day round trip, it'd be a cheap education.

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