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Old 05-14-2015, 12:30 PM   #21
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Would stopping south of Indianapolis be better timing, thinking that we would be hitting there at or during high traffic time.
I Agree Donald! I have a post on another forum that has lots of folks from IN asking for CG recommendations...more to follow!
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Old 05-15-2015, 07:40 AM   #22
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Caravans suck....nobody travels at the same speed, nobody wants or needs to stop at the same places, nobody want's to change someone else's tire, and I could go on and on. If I'm capable of getting from here to there, then I can the rest the same way....I'm not anti-social....just done that, been there.
X'2 people like to travel and stop at there own speed. As soon as someone needs a break or needs fuel it's over anyway. Also some will be vol. at Goshen and need to be there earlier then others. You might think of CG'S that people are planning using on the way then you will know someone if you stop. Also I'm sure the parking comm. wouldn't want to see 20 units lined up to get in. Just a thought...
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Old 05-15-2015, 08:11 AM   #23
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Also I'm sure the parking comm. wouldn't want to see 20 units lined up to get in. Just a thought...
Heck on Sunday check in day that might be a short line
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Old 05-15-2015, 11:53 AM   #24
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Heck on Sunday check in day that might be a short line
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Math Exercise (FROG Bob will know this precisely...but just for fun):
  • 750 rigs coming
  • Let's say 50 rigs are volunteers and get there Tue
  • 50 more rigs come in Wed-Fri
  • 150 Rigs come a day early on Saturday
  • Leaving 550 rigs to park on Sunday
  • Parking is from 0800-1700 so that is an arrival rate of 1 rig every minute (assuming it is a constant stream)
Let the fun begin
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What does the honey wagon charge? 800 plus rigs.........kind of a crappy job......heard they also need volunteers! Lets see a show of hands.....
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What does the honey wagon charge? 800 plus rigs.........kind of a crappy job......heard they also need volunteers! Lets see a show of hands.....
nope won't work with honey wagon crew...
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Old 05-15-2015, 01:05 PM   #27
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With Turbs not there guarding the muck pile , where will they dump it?
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nope won't work with honey wagon crew...
Turbs seems to have skills in that department........look at all the BS he lays on OC! His doorstep.
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With Turbs not there guarding the muck pile , where will they dump it?
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This thread is off topic. How long to drive straight thru if we are chosen to work on the Honey wagon crew!
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