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13 hours ago, siobhan ellis said:

I'm organizing  an international group from San Jose if you wish to join us. You can ship your scoot to me.

There you go, Peter. You have an invitation to ride with some fellow LCUSA members.

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14 hours ago, upjettr said:

There you go, Peter. You have an invitation to ride with some fellow LCUSA members.

Yes he does, because at least 2 of us are LCUSA members and, seeing as it is about 9 months to Lammy Jammy, people coming in from overseas have to organise what they are doing much earlier.

I have posted up the organisation in South Bay Scooterists on FB, but anyone can join in.

oops, down in flames!

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There are some RV camping spots around the area. This is probably the closest resort to everything, which is kind of far.

http://www.goodsamcamping.com.s3.amazonaws.com/gsparks/LakePleasant/LakePleasant.html

You can always just park on the side of the street like everybody else does around this city. You won't get towed, I promise.

 

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I was thinking of making an expedition of it and tenting....may have to bring truck and trailer.

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Hey guys.

 

I'm not on the board a lot, but live in the Seattle area. So, if you have any questions I'd be happy to answer.

Nice thing about the ferries is two-wheels goes to the front of the line. Roll up a couple minutes before the ferry leaves and you're all good.

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For anyone wanting to camp, I might suggest looking near Kingston, WA. It's a 20-minute ferry ride from Edmonds (about 15-20 minutes from the hotel). There's a couple of state parks out that way with camping as well as some private campgrounds. I think there's also camping on Vashon Island.

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17 hours ago, robert combs said:

Hey guys.

 

I'm not on the board a lot, but live in the Seattle area. So, if you have any questions I'd be happy to answer.

Nice thing about the ferries is two-wheels goes to the front of the line. Roll up a couple minutes before the ferry leaves and you're all good.

I plan on riding the Mukilteo, Anacortes/Friday Harbor and Nanaimo ferries on my side journey before the Jammy.  Maybe even the Keystone/Port Townsend ferry.  Should be a blast.

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11 minutes ago, ScottWally said:

I plan on riding the Mukilteo, Anacortes/Friday Harbor and Nanaimo ferries on my side journey before the Jammy.  Maybe even the Keystone/Port Townsend ferry.  Should be a blast.

Seattle to Vancouver (then across to Nanaimo) is about a 5 hour trip one way. Might suggest then riding down to Victoria and taking the Black Ball across to Port Angeles then a round about way back to Seattle. Even better would be to loop to the west side of Mt. Baker on the way up to Vancouver.  Speaking from having done those roads, if the weather is good, it's jaw dropping.

 

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booked. planning to ride from Eugene to Seattle. I've got the killer route to avoid crappy traffic in the Emerald City

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15 hours ago, Joe Barthlow said:

booked. planning to ride from Eugene to Seattle. I've got the killer route to avoid crappy traffic in the Emerald City

What day are you hitting the road? It would be cool to pick up folks along the way.

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On ‎11‎/‎30‎/‎2017 at 7:37 PM, Joe Barthlow said:

I hear street camping is popular in Seattle these days ;)

hippie :P

 

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Good call - I actually double checked my reservation!   Yup if you plan to go -get your room!

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Hotel booked.

 

Hint for anyone else, the front desk had massive problems trying to help me and said only suites were now available at $100 a night extra, so I asked to be put through to a manager who could do better. I was put through to sales... and double rooms were still available. So, if you get a stupid quote, ask for sales!

 

Siobhan

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43 minutes ago, wihr said:

$100 bucks a night is cheap for Seattle!

WW

you misunderstand. $100 a night EXTRA on top of our standard rate.

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