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Old 07-22-2013, 01:42 PM   #731
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I'm guessing the most popular request is to wear something under the kilt.
I was waiting for that Oakman!
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:43 PM   #732
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Oh come on....nothing will bring you to tears like a bagpipe playing Amazing Grace!
It will bring tears to your eyes alright, maybe get the dogs howling also.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:44 PM   #733
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Any advice for folks coming in from the west.....Stay on I 80 to the Elkart exit, or take Hy 20 off of I 80 just west of South Bend?

Thanks for the help.
I never saw any reply to the above. We will be coming from Wichita, KS and don't see the value of going east (to Ft. Wayne, IN) only to have to come back west to get to Goshen. What about the route suggested above coming on IH 80?
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:51 PM   #734
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I'm guessing the most popular request is to wear something under the kilt.
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Old 07-22-2013, 01:54 PM   #735
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I never saw any reply to the above. We will be coming from Wichita, KS and don't see the value of going east (to Ft. Wayne, IN) only to have to come back west to get to Goshen. What about the route suggested above coming on IH 80?
Hopefull someone can help....I know we are still debating our route coming from Columbia Missouri area.
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It will bring tears to your eyes alright, maybe get the dogs howling also.
Boy how true, ever heard 5 or 6 cats howling when they're tied in a burlap bag. Very close.
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I guess some just aren't as cultured. There's nothing like 1,000 strong mass ands heading towards you with the pipes blaring. I have to agree RVChick that nothing brings tears to my wife's eyes lie Amazing Grace on the pipes! Oh, and yes the first question is always..... Are you commando? Lucky for y'all I don't pay the pipes!
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Old 07-22-2013, 02:29 PM   #738
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I guess some just aren't as cultured. There's nothing like 1,000 strong mass ands heading towards you with the pipes blaring. I have to agree RVChick that nothing brings tears to my wife's eyes lie Amazing Grace on the pipes! Oh, and yes the first question is always..... Are you commando? Lucky for y'all I don't pay the pipes!
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Hopefull someone can help....I know we are still debating our route coming from Columbia Missouri area.
Last year going to Goshen we stayed on I-80 until exit 101 and then went south on highway 15 through Bristol, IN and on into Goshen. I donít know if thatís the best way but thatís probably the way weíll go again.

The only time I screwed up on the trip last year was the I-80/I-94 split with the I-80/I-90 merge. Here a map of that crazy area.

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Last year going to Goshen we stayed on I-80 until exit 101 and then went south on highway 15 through Bristol, IN and on into Goshen. I don’t know if that’s the best way but that’s probably the way we’ll go again.

The only time I screwed up on the trip last year was the I-80/I-94 split with the I-80/I-90 merge. Here a map of that crazy area.
I believe that's how I'm going.
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