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Old 02-12-2007, 04:21 PM   #57
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Drum roll please......

The 70th site in the 2007 National Rally will be scooped up by....

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WOW Bob, if you get any more people wanting to come after the 70 you may have to call the campground and beg for more sites

It's still pretty early in the year.

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Old 02-12-2007, 05:19 PM   #59
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Just off the phone with the campground and have arranged for 10 more sites by the skin of my teeth...
Campground has around 160 sites but remember this is prime season!!

There is also a large family reunion being held here as well,so if you have any idea of attending this year's Rally, you need to speak now or forever hold your peace!!
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Old 02-13-2007, 12:55 PM   #60
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Steve;
I am pleased you are coming to Branson. I just knew you would miss all of us. Where else could you go and get all the attention you get from all of us?

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Well, the army finally is cutting dh's orders. We are moving to Fort Polk in about 2 weeks. Well, that is when we leave here anyway. We are not sure of the exact day he has to report yet. He will be deploying at the end of April or early May, so I will be going by myself with the kids to the rally from Ft. Polk. I will start mapping it out now.

BTW, Krispy Kreme are my favorite doughnuts. When I was pregnant with baby #3 the nearest KK from our house was 45 minutes away and guess what...Yes, I made dh drive there to get my doughnuts. Funny thing is that after the baby was born we found out that the gas station around the corner had them delivered fresh every morning. Well, at least I know how much he loves me huh. Either that or how much he was scared of me.
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Old 02-23-2007, 05:48 AM   #62
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Starting to add some times to things as the date draws near....Watch this forum topic for details!
Also have added an ice cream social sponsored by Ultrapower!!

Monday: Donuts and Ducks-- Workhorse sponsored doughnuts and coffee with tours of Branson in
Day for Golf Outing
Yard Sale/Rig Tours 10:00 to 1:00 (Porch lights on for rigs to participate)
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3:30-5:00 Ice Cream Social sponsored by Ultrapower Performance

Tuesday: Silver Dollar City All Day Amusement Venue
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Gather Round the Campfire

Wednesday Zippy Egg Breakfast (Egg in a bag)
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Shopping Excursion 10AM to 1PM
Not your "everyday mall" trip...speciality shops!
Pierce Arrow Family Themed Variety Music Venue 3 PM Show

Thursday Open Day
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White River Guided Trout Fishing Trip
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Friday Open Day
Vendor Presentations in Pavilion and/or Seminar Time
Shopping Excursion 9AM-1PM
Branson Belle Showboat and Dinner 4 PM Show

Saturday Hugs and Handshakes throughout the morning
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Did you guys know the the Roy Rodgers museum is in Branson ? I wanna see Trigger the stuffed wonder horse.
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Steve, we spent a week in Branson last year. I liked the Dick Clark show, got to see the orig Comets. They were great ! We also took in about 5 other shows.

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Bob,

We may want to stay at Branson until Monday morning the 23rd. If I called to extend our stay would they have my name and site# so I wouldn't have to move?
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Bob, you must make any arrangements other than the rally with the campground directly. Hasn't been an issue,it's just the way they like to do it...One less thing for me to worry about too...LOL!!

I would call and ask to speak to Michelle as she's the rally coordinator.
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Wow, $435 is cheap. I checked on doing it all with all of my crew and it is about $900. That is why I have not paid in full yet. Need to save up a few more pennies first. LOL Well, that and I need to find out when we are moving and when dh will be deploying. May not need to pay for him. It may work out that we will be going to the rally on the way to our new duty station. Don't know when the move is yet. We were told it would be this week and then last week were told to wait. Now they say July. We should know something definitive next week.

I am just hoping that it all works out so I can meet you all.
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Sandra, it is usual and customary for campgrounds such as ABC in Branson to solicit discount ticket prices for the benefit of groups that have rallies at their campgrounds.

In the case of ABC, they even have a "dedicated rally coordinator" that handles most everything as well.

This may be the reason you are seeing a disparity in the pricing.
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Sandra,

Having served back in the 70's I'm amazed at all the technological advancements that the military has made. But one thing has remained constant and always will. Hurry up and wait.

Hope things work out where your entire family can attend. AIRBORNE !!!
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You've got that right Bob R, Hurry up and wait!!! I have just decided to go with the flow and not worry about it.

And Bob G, that $900 is with the rally pricing through you guys. And yes, the prices offered through the rally are much cheaper than we would pay if we were going on our own. The reason our price is so much higher is that there are 7 of us going. So that $900, to me, is a great deal. We normally spend about $1500 on a family vacation, $2500 if it is Disney World. So, $900 is cheap to us.

The cost of a family vacation is one reason we bought a camper to begin with. With our crew, 2 hotels rooms were required, and that is at least $200/nt. In our camper we only spend about $15 per night at a military CG and $30-50 at others. We camped at FW at WDW for $38/nt!!! Some campgrounds are charging $5-10 a kid now though, we avoid those. Some are even limiting the number on a site to 6. Most will waive that though after talking to me. I think they just want to keep people from having parties or something.

Anyway, I am way off topic. Just pointing out that this rally is a great deal for us and we can't wait to attend and meet everyone.

Keep your fingers crossed about our PCS.
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