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< Reply # 200 on 11/28/2012 8:29 PM >
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, I'm open to a budget over nighter (especially considering the short days right now) or just a dawn till dusk Saturday.....


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< Reply # 201 on 11/28/2012 10:07 PM >
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If this whole shebang ends up happening on a sunday I would love to go.

I could really go for more of those pancakes too.




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< Reply # 202 on 11/29/2012 4:04 AM >
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I'd love to go if it works out to fall on that Sunday, might have to join late, but I really need to get me out to one of these meetups...




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< Reply # 203 on 11/29/2012 6:09 AM >
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Either 15th or 16th works for me.




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< Reply # 205 on 11/29/2012 5:20 PM >
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Perhaps we should do two groups, Sat and Sun. It looks like more folks are available for Sun. but some other folks who haven't been want to go Sat. I want to be able to show some of the unfamiliar people around so if you have not been, or are only slightly familiar with the location I would like to lead that group (lookin at you Seedy, TRUE and Partime Wanderer). Lets figure out our groups.




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< Reply # 206 on 11/29/2012 6:13 PM >
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If thats the case then the other group will be talisman. Sixby. IS. Tyvox & me.




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< Reply # 207 on 11/29/2012 6:25 PM >
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If thats the case then the other group will be talisman. Sixby. IS. Tyvox & me.


Talisman is the obvious choice to lead a group since he has intimate knowledge of the base as well. If someone has not been to the stockade then going on Sat. is the obvious choice for that person since you can get in via permission(or sneak in on Sun.). Ideally if we could all go the same day it would be nice but we all have our responsibilities.

What say you Talisman, want to share a couple locations with a small group?





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< Reply # 208 on 11/29/2012 8:14 PM >
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Talisman is the obvious choice to lead a group since he has intimate knowledge of the base as well. If someone has not been to the stockade then going on Sat. is the obvious choice for that person since you can get in via permission(or sneak in on Sun.). Ideally if we could all go the same day it would be nice but we all have our responsibilities.

What say you Talisman, want to share a couple locations with a small group?



Saturday is better for me but I can do Sunday also. But like I said, I can probably only do a few hours in the a.m. It's probably not a good idea to sneak into the stockade seeing as its occupied by a handful of private construction companies now, so that place would be a no-go for me on Sunday. But I'm game for everything else between between the WW2 barracks and the obstacle course by East Garrison.




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< Reply # 209 on 11/29/2012 8:37 PM >
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You guys might also want to consider your mode of travel through the base. There are no roads open to motorized vehicles over on the East side so the best way to get around is on a mountain bike. Either that or walking. I can do either, but usually ride it. A bike will give you more bang for your buck.




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Im going Saturday. Whoever else is considering that day should PM me.




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< Reply # 211 on 11/29/2012 9:58 PM >
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You guys might also want to consider your mode of travel through the base. There are no roads open to motorized vehicles over on the East side so the best way to get around is on a mountain bike. Either that or walking. I can do either, but usually ride it. A bike will give you more bang for your buck.


I was thinking of exploring just the western part of the base. The East garrison is a completely different ball of wax these days (as you well know). Gone are the days of walking up the Rd. and cruising through that wonderful quiet wasteland around the old theater.

There are still plenty of locations in west garrison and you can drive to all of them (unless the road access has changed). I just want to keep it simple since some folks haven't even been there yet.





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I guess it depends on how much people want to see then. If its barracks and old buildings then the West side is ok. Simple might be the best way to go though. Anyone interested should check back through this and other Ord related threads and decide on which locations they would prefer to visit. Just be aware though that some sites are now non-existent or inaccessible (high risk).




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I guess it depends on how much people want to see then. If its barracks and old buildings then the West side is ok. Simple might be the best way to go though. Anyone interested should check back through this and other Ord related threads and decide on which locations they would prefer to visit. Just be aware though that some sites are now non-existent or inaccessible (high risk).


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< Reply # 214 on 12/9/2012 6:00 AM >
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Didn't make it into the slammer today...but there were some nice colors in the sky.
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< Reply # 215 on 12/10/2012 5:17 AM >
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me and TRUE are heading down Saturday..i pretty much want to just go where ever you guys want to take us. no expectations......




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me and TRUE are heading down Saturday..i pretty much want to just go where ever you guys want to take us. no expectations......


Sounds like you have the right attitude Seedy. Should be a blast.




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< Reply # 217 on 12/14/2012 8:49 PM >
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Better get in there now before they are torn down by a giant Sea Otter...

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Walked the dog on the East side today.

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I fancied a little solitude this weekend so headed over to the WW2 barracks Saturday afternoon.

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...turns out I wasn't alone though. A couple of scrappers were making a lot of noise on the upper level of one of the barracks. I wonder if they've seen the building with the upper level totally collapsed?






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