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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 6:04 pm

We're currently throwing around idea for this years list of events and wanna get your thoughts. We're basically building the calendar....

As some of you know, The Fall Cruise is one of the big events of the year. We normally cruise to Eureka Spring for the first day and then somewhere the second day. Last year we did Eureka and then Silver Dollar City...

It's a great time, but what do you think about changing the route this year? What about a route 66 cruise to say Santa Rosa or Santa Fe NM. I did a trip out there about a year ago and it was pretty cool. Tons of old ghost towns that you can walk into the buildings, in fact they look like people just got up and left. In a few years, these will be gone. Look at my personal photo gallery for pics... There's also, great stops along the way like Route 66 museums, landmarks like the Cadillac Ranch and of course the Big Texan Restaurant just to name a few.

Give me your thoughts or it you have other ideas, let me know!

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Post by 03.sonicblue on 2/16/2009, 6:11 pm

Some of these old ghost towns would make for some cool Photo opps as well. I have never done any part of Route 66, except for the short section here in Tulsa that goes down 11th ST. We could also go north on 66 and hit up St Louis, maybe try to go to a ball game, see the arch, and six flags. Don't know what there is in the way of Ghost towns on the northern route.

my two cents, either one sounds cool and different

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 6:18 pm

There's not really a whole lot left on the northern route. A lot of the buildings have been demolished for parking lots and malls etc.

The thing about NM is that there's nothing out there. That's pretty cool in it's own. You really feel like you're out of the city (which we see everyday).

The ghost towns are just sitting 1/4 mile or so off I 40. You can see why they are now ghost towns. The interstate just passed them by. ..

And yes! Very cool photo ops.

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Post by Metric7 on 2/16/2009, 7:36 pm

I'm all for a Route 66 cruise instead of the fall Eureka Springs tour. The Big Texan should be a must stop! I've been there many a time (it's just 100 miles or so from where I was raised); it's every non-Texan's image of all of Texas. Cadillac Ranch is so-so any more; it was more special 30 years or so when Stanley built it (and before the taggers took over). I'd love to see some of the ghost towns in NM; that would be great! If we want to go a little further, the area around Taos is really neat, too.
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Post by Dein on 2/16/2009, 8:01 pm

I'm down with a Rt 66 cruz..... If anyone else is like me, I need a few months in advance before this shindig!

Anyone down to hit up that Pops place this spring? It would just be a day outting?!?! I've never been there and I think that we could get some good shots there!

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Post by 07Shelby500 on 2/16/2009, 8:06 pm

Yeah we'
ll do POPS again soon. I wonder if the rock cafe will be open anytime soon>?

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 8:38 pm

groupset wrote: Cadillac Ranch is so-so any more; it was more special 30 years or so when Stanley built it (and before the taggers took over).

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Post by Metric7 on 2/16/2009, 8:54 pm

Exactly what I meant. Poke
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Post by 07_427R on 2/16/2009, 8:58 pm

2006GT wrote:There's also, great stops along the way like Route 66 museums, landmarks like the Cadillac Ranch and of course the Big Texan Restaurant just to name a few.

Give me your thoughts or it you have other ideas, let me know!

We passed by that Big Texan last week when we were in Amarillo. Wasn't real hungry at the time or we might have given it a try... applause

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 8:59 pm

Sorry.... had to do it. It's what I do.

Side note... Every Caddie there looked like it had 1500 coats of paint on it. Still cool though. It's as Americana as it gets.

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 9:02 pm

Hey Chris! How's it going?

The Big Texan is a pretty funny / qurky place. We did stop, but didn't eat. Just had to stop to say we've been there.

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Post by Guest on 2/16/2009, 9:05 pm

I know this is kind of off topic, but have we thought about doing a weekend at the lake. I know we could do skiatook in their ten area, you can get as many people as you want in that site. Just a thought, some fun drunken times at the lake.

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Post by Guest on 2/16/2009, 9:06 pm

I know this is kind of off topic, but have we thought about doing a weekend at the lake. I know we could do skiatook in their ten area, you can get as many people as you want in that site. Just a thought, some fun drunken times at the lake.

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Post by 07Shelby500 on 2/16/2009, 9:07 pm

We did the illinois river last year. It was a good time. We can do a lake outing/picnic family day.

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Post by 07_427R on 2/16/2009, 9:08 pm

2006GT wrote:Hey Chris! How's it going?

The Big Texan is a pretty funny / qurky place. We did stop, but didn't eat. Just had to stop to say we've been there.

Been doing well. Not much time lately for anything. Did manage to stay down at Greenleaf Park this past weekend but the cabins were disappointing to say the least so we left after the first night. It was Friday the 13th. hammer

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Post by carcrazy53 on 2/16/2009, 9:18 pm

I'm headed to murfeesboro in ark.to dig for diamonds.Pretty country and good roads.If time permits on down to hot springs.I'll let everyone know ahead of time.Also a trip out to ames okla,to a museum with cool cars.
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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 9:40 pm

Is that the place where the lady found a big ass diamond recently?

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 9:42 pm

2006GT wrote:Is that the place where the lady found a big ass diamond recently?

I flew home from Houston on Fri the 13th... right after the Buffalo plane crash... I beat the odds! Well not really but hey.

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Post by Guest on 2/16/2009, 9:45 pm

2006GT wrote: What about a route 66 cruise to say Santa Rosa or Santa Fe NM. I did a trip out there about a year ago and it was pretty cool. Tons of old ghost towns that you can walk into the buildings, in fact they look like people just got up and left. In a few years, these will be gone. Look at my personal photo gallery for pics... There's also, great stops along the way like Route 66 museums, landmarks like the Cadillac Ranch and of course the Big Texan Restaurant just to name a few.

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hell ya!!! That sounds like fun Rock

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Post by Guest on 2/16/2009, 9:48 pm

Tombstone AZ would be a very cool photo shoot place

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Post by Guest on 2/16/2009, 9:50 pm

Not sure how much money I am going to have for this since we hare going to have to pay to go to Jarrods wedding and that should really put a dent in the bank account but St.Louis is where i use to live so I would obviously be ok with that trip but the further we go the more it is going to end up costing..

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Post by dodger25 on 2/16/2009, 9:55 pm

I would be up for a weekend outing but i also need some time to plan on it.. Headed to Florida last part of March..
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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 10:12 pm

Ronny... we'd have to stop every 3 miles for gas if you drove your ride! ;)

Actually... Ft. Sumner of Billy The Kid fame is only 40 miles south of Santa Rose.

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 10:27 pm

From Santa Rosa:
Roswell (Alien Jerbears) is about 130 miles
Alamogordo, New Mexico (site of the first nuclear test blast "Trinity")- 160 miles
Tombstone az- over 500 miles

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Post by carcrazy53 on 2/16/2009, 10:28 pm

Don't forget the mustang across america that goes to alabama.I'm headed that way
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Post by 03.sonicblue on 2/16/2009, 10:32 pm

Mustangs across america would be fun as well

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/16/2009, 10:47 pm

I'd like to do that too. But that's in April.

Where are you catching up with that tony?

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Post by Guest on 2/17/2009, 11:00 am

2006GT wrote:Ronny... we'd have to stop every 3 miles for gas if you drove your ride! ;)

Actually... Ft. Sumner of Billy The Kid fame is only 40 miles south of Santa Rose.

ya and I would not be able to hear once we got there. We'll be driving the coupe I just got.

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Post by Guest on 2/17/2009, 11:07 am

Roswell (Alien Jerbears) is about 130 miles...This would be a cool place!!
Alamogordo, New Mexico (site of the first nuclear test blast "Trinity")- 160 miles... good
Tombstone az- over 500 miles...Damn, just looked it up. It's 1,100 miles one way thud

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Post by BMMC1 on 2/17/2009, 11:25 am

Ya Tombstone is a bit far. ;)

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