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Old 07-07-2018, 10:29 PM   #1
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****2019 Rally****

With 2018 rally out of the way itís time to start the 2019 rally thread so we can get some good ideas out there early. In the past there has been some big Rally groups! There was Branson Missouri which was a big rally a good few years ago. Helen Georgia was also a big rally. Pigeon forge Tennessee was a big one and Huntsville Alabama the first rally I went to was very big also! I mention these because they were very good places with tons to do. We have also thrown the idea of a cruise out there. Everyone needs a vacation some time or another believe me I use to say work work work but you gotta break the cycle trust me. The rally is the perfect vacation we have a blast. The hotel we stayed at this last rally had Breaksfast and Dinner with your stay and had popcorn all day and vending machine drinks free all day!

With all that being said does anyone have any location proposals or ideas for the 2019 rally to kick it off.

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I'm open to wherever. There has been talk about Arizona in the past, the cruise sounds nice, I like the idea of a tropical all-inclusive somewhere (that was no one has to worry about missing the boat so to speak).


I know that whether the group is large or small Morris & I always have a great time and look forward to spending our vacation with our Hemi family/friends. (insert thumbs up smiley here - the cloud currently is not my friend)
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I'm open to wherever. There has been talk about Arizona in the past, the cruise sounds nice, I like the idea of a tropical all-inclusive somewhere (that was no one has to worry about missing the boat so to speak).


I know that whether the group is large or small Morris & I always have a great time and look forward to spending our vacation with our Hemi family/friends. (insert thumbs up smiley here - the cloud currently is not my friend)
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If you all want to have the GTG in Arizona, I'll do whatever is needed to make it happen. The first consideration for holding it here is the time of year. The weather here tends to be a little different from any where else in the country (BTW, we have 5 seasons). Once that is known, a location can be selected. I do not recommend opting for anything in the greater Phoenix area do to the congestion there. The best time to do anything in Arizona is in the fall unless you all can tolerate the summer heat, which native Arizonans can.

Here is the info I put up from the last time this came up:
https://www.hemitruckclub.com/forums...ter-14165.html

And here's what I posted about Flagstaff:
https://www.hemitruckclub.com/forums...y-27233-5.html
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I can do a rally whenever! The main reason for doing it normally around summer time is to get more people that may not be able to do it any other time. Tax season plays a big part in people’s plans also. Most of the normal attendees have free schedules around June time which is hot but heat don’t stop us!
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The desert in June or July doesn't appeal to me , if I want heat I have to only open my front door and walk outside. Some will say that it is a dry heat as opposed to the high humidity of New Orleans but heat is heat no matter the location.
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I would have to agree with that statement heat is heat!!!!! I personally would be in favor for a rally that went along the northeast coastline.
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Seems most of the rally have been over this direction for one reason or another. I know a ton of the caverns and Mountains are over this way hence most of the rally come this direction too. I’m am done for wherever. Just need to start getting ideas out there for it. New members you can post to let’s get some ideas brewing in this thread so we can have a real good selection hopefully this year.
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Colorado - Rocky Mountain High - Cooler in the higher elevations ...


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Colorado - Rocky Mountain High - Cooler in the higher elevations ...


That's a thought if anyone can set it up. BTW, that's why Flagstaff, AZ was suggested, but I'd take Prescott, AZ over Flagstaff any day. Then there is Summerhaven on Mt. Lemmon in Tucson.
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