Christmas & Solstice Run, Chelan County

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  • #199025

    Otis Ranhofer
    Participant
    Premium Member

    Trying to decide the point of having a ‘Premium Membership’
    Tried to make a post last evening and got the message that I was not ‘Authorized’
    Saw Jason’s post and checked the event registration – we were dropped as well.
    Used to get a discount at a sponsor.
    Took the vacation and did not even get a decal!

    #199026

    Guy Miner
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    That’s weird “Otis” I know you two registered, and I’m looking forward to seeing you on the Christmas run.

    I dunno what’s going on with the registration – it’s just happening. So, please, re-register. There is room.

    Guy

    #199027

    Guy Miner
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    A bundle or two of firewood will give us something to shiver around for a while too. I’ll bring some, but the little Jeep doesn’t hold much.

    Guy

    #199028

    T.J. Purdy
    Participant
    Basic Member

    This looks fun. We will be in Arizona at that time, but maybe next year we can join. I’ll be watching for other trips in that area.

    #199037

    Dan Cronin
    Participant
    Administrator

    All,

    There was a glitch in the registration process for these events. Long story short, the original attendees list was deleted because the plug in grabbed all the attendees from last year and populated the registration list with them.

    So, I deleted the list. Please re-register if you do not see your name on the list.

    Also, if your premium membership seems to be lacking in benefits, hit me up directly and I will do my best to tally up some ideas on how to make it a better experience. Please do not reply with premium membership Q&A’s here, rather start a new thread.

     

    Thanks.

    Dan

    #199071

    cameron jones
    Participant
    Premium Member

    If someone ends up bowing out please let me know. Looks like registration is full. New to me 100 series that I’d love to break in.

    #199078

    Brandon Schmitz
    Participant
    Basic Member

    Weird, that stinks. Not sure why we didn’t go through the activity log  and put the names back on there that were on the original list.

    #199085

    Guy Miner
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    Brandon – you were coming on this Chelan County trip weren’t you?

    Guy

    #199098

    Brandon Schmitz
    Participant
    Basic Member

    You betcha!

    #199099

    Guy Miner
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    EXCELLENT! We sometimes seem to need someone with really big ol’ tires to steamroll through some of the drifts…

    Guy

    #199151

    Guy Miner
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    1. Looks like we’re likely to have some folks from the local Jeep club on the same route, at the same time. I’m happy about that. They’re real experienced in this area and to a point, more good people just make it better.

    2. Anyone interested in spending the night of the 16th somewhere in the hills, then joining us at 0900 on Sunday morning, Dec 17th?

    I’d be up for an overnighter Saturday the 16th. Campfire. Cold. Early to the tents… Boogie out early Sunday morning to meet everyone else.

    Guy

    #199152

    Aaron Kravik
    Moderator
    Moderator

    Interested in camping

    #199154

    Guy Miner
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    Interested in camping

    Me too. Bring firewood! 🙂

     

    #199155

    Guy Miner
    Participant
    Area Coordinator

    BTW, most of our snow on the east side of the Cascades has melted in recent days. Warm temps & rain, took care of most of it below 5,000′ or so. Some of it turned to sheet ice overnight though…

    Today, hiking back to my Jeep here in Chelan County, there were… mosquitoes! It was about 46 degrees, and they decided that they needed another chance at blood. I thought they’d all died a couple of weeks ago when it was cold & snowy. Apparently not!

    Guy

    #199194

    Ole Hellevik
    Participant
    Basic Member

    I’d be interested in camping as well.  Saves me from having to drive quite as far before hitting the trails.

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