Not sure if my PM went through but we made reservations today at the Little River Inn.
A number of members had posted that they were coming but haven't registered. Possibly their situations have changed but it makes it hard for the boss (Goldwings4ever) if he doesn't know how many will be on rides or at meals.That list sure looks short, and only 3 listed as camping.
There HAS to be bunch who are not on there.
Each NASSIR will be different and picking one's favourite would be like picking a favourite son or daughter.I don't want to officially speak for Dusty but I was with him in Tellico Plains TN this past weekend and he and Winger are headed out west during that time frame this year, although he did mention the possibility of stopping in to NASSIR 6 on Wednesday if he can work it in.
I personally haven't seen a lot of people talking about the event so far. There is some activity but not a lot. Have we published a schedule of events yet or a suggested ride list? I may be missing it...don't we have a NASSIR webpage that is available to us for posting the event details?
It would have been good to see but hopefully we'll meet again elsewhere. I also hope the corporate changes work out in your favour.:sadguy:I will not be able to make it this year as the company I work for has SOLD out :lash: and we have not gotten any word on our vaction time or are retirement plan!!! :wtf::readit: So were in LIMBO. I just have to wait and see what happens, we have a union contract untill Dec. 2015 BUT we don't know if it's going to hold up as were contracted to the AIR FORCE. Time will tell.
Gas up on the US side as it will be more here and there are no service centres on the 402 from Sarnia to London. You would have to pull off for gas / bio breaks etc. After London there are pit stops on the highway. Guess where the term "Highway robbery" came from?Our NASSIR 6 route: will be leaving Murfresboro, TN on Saturday morning heading due north. Moteling it somewhere around Terre Haute, IN. Then Sunday we are going on to Caledonia, MI where we will stay the night with some friends from the GL1800Riders forum. Monday we will make the final ride into Canada crossing the border at Port Huron and on to Simcoe. Each of the 3 legs is just about 300 miles so we should have a nice, un hurried ride and anything above Indianapolis will be new territory for us! We'll be pulling our trailer and flying the traditional yellow ribbon (or two)! Anyone's route or timing similar???
The route home is still "under construction" but will be more easterly I'm sure.
She doesn't need a passport to get into Canada, just to get back into the USA.IF the wife get's her darn passport in time!!!!