Wow, that's it? Does not look like there will be much of a Texas contingency this year. Not many from my area either.
If you would like to join us for the ride you would be most welcome.
We will be leaving Wendsday, hopefully no later than noon.
Route chosen was the most direct, I-10E to I-12E in Baton Rouge, (New Orleans by-pass), to 59N in Miss., to 59N/I-20E to Birmingham.
we were planning on stopping in Mississippi and continuing on to Birmingham on Thursday.
I am towing a trailer this go around so the trip will not be quite as exciting as the one to Colorado.
If you are interested email me off line and we can work out the meet up details.
Al, I think there was another thread on this topic started by RichS, but I don't recall much response on that one either. I'm leaving early Wednesday and caravaning with a neighbor. We're both towing, so it will be relatively slow going. I believe we are still planning on going up to I20 and then heading East to Birmingham.
We will be meeting at the Denny's resturant on 59N at the 1960 exit at 9:00am on Wendsday to head to LOG. Denny's is on the north bound feeder, before you get to 1960.
Look for a red trailer towed by a silver Dodge Ram, Kyle's orange Elise, and a yellow Esprit.
My cell number is 832-969-1312 or -1495.
We will be staying at the Ameri-Sar cCasino and Hotel (1-866-667-3386), in Vicksburg, Miss. and continuing on to Birmingham on thursday.
Room rates are around 80 to 90 depending on how hard you negotiate.
If anyone cares to join us you are most welcome. We will be heading up 59N to 79N onto I-20E. If you care to meet us at the Casino that is fine as well. Yes, this is a change from the original planned route.
Log 29 is now over and history. Great to see those that made it out and hope you all had as good a time as we did. I coaught a bugger of a cold thanks to the hotel ice boc A/C but even that did not diminish the fun factor.
Hope everyone made it back safe and sound and had as good a timne as possible.
We had the pleasure of bringing Richard Parrimint back to Texas which made for a fun drive. He does have quite the way with the English language.
Looking forward to LOG 30, in Pennsy.