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TDIFest 2013 Discussion about TDIFest 2013 on the Labour Day weekend (August 30th to September 1st, 2013) in Sunday River, near Bethel, Maine. Latest information in the TDIFest wiki.

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Old August 5th, 2013, 14:58   #1
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I have an extra bed in the room I just reserved. I would like to find a non-snoring roommate to share expenses. Any takers?
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I just posted up in the lodging thread, but I may be interested.
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Old August 7th, 2013, 05:41   #3
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Nash, I found it. Do you want to share my room?
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Old August 7th, 2013, 19:29   #5
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I'm staying at a small private/commercial campsite about 10 miles/12 minutes from the hotel. The plot I've reserved has space for another 4 people/tents, at $25/night (add $5/night per person after the 2nd person), divided by the number of people (i.e. 2ppl/$12.50 night, 3ppl/$10night, 4ppl/$8.75night, 5ppl/$8night - and a shared $5 booking fee). It's by a river, and there are facilities (bathroom/shower). I've only booked the place for myself (had two maybes that fell through) for Friday and Saturday nights, but I'm confident the campsite would be eager to extend the booking on either end.

If you have the money please support the club and the event by staying at the hotel! If you're looking to save a few bucks, send me a PM.

Let's just hope the weather will be nice.
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I'm staying at a small private/commercial campsite about 10 miles/12 minutes from the hotel. The plot I've reserved has space for another 4 people/tents, at $25/night (add $5/night per person after the 2nd person), divided by the number of people (i.e. 2ppl/$12.50 night, 3ppl/$10night, 4ppl/$8.75night, 5ppl/$8night - and a shared $5 booking fee). It's by a river, and there are facilities (bathroom/shower). I've only booked the place for myself (had two maybes that fell through) for Friday and Saturday nights, but I'm confident the campsite would be eager to extend the booking on either end.
If you have the money please support the club and the event by staying at the hotel! If you're looking to save a few bucks, send me a PM.
Let's just hope the weather will be nice.
I might be interested. Heading up there with my brother but with two dogs so I can't use the hotel. Does the camp allow dogs? We are just swinging by TDIfest to check it out quickly and tune my ECU while we are there as we will be on a camping trip afterwards. So we would be in to camp at least one of the nights (maybe two if it's a cool place). We're not early sleepers and like to hang out and cook and drink plenty of beer by the fire and shoot the **** latenight If this sounds like people you're looking for, shoot me a pm.
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Oh and if not, can you give me the name of the campsite, thanks
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I might be interested. Heading up there with my brother but with two dogs so I can't use the hotel. Does the camp allow dogs? We are just swinging by TDIfest to check it out quickly and tune my ECU while we are there as we will be on a camping trip afterwards. So we would be in to camp at least one of the nights (maybe two if it's a cool place). We're not early sleepers and like to hang out and cook and drink plenty of beer by the fire and shoot the **** latenight If this sounds like people you're looking for, shoot me a pm.
Yup, their policy is that you just gotta keep em on a leash while on the grounds (though, if they're well behaved, who cares if they're leashed - just keep in mind there might be bears around). Each plot has its own fire ring and picnic table, so it's suited for bbq's. Personally, I don't drink much but I do enjoy beer, grilling outdoors, and shooting the breeze late into the night.

I work on a cattle ranch, so I have access to good fresh beef, and could probably secure a bundle of firewood.

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Yup, their policy is that you just gotta keep em on a leash while on the grounds (though, if they're well behaved, who cares if they're leashed - just keep in mind there might be bears around). Each plot has its own fire ring and picnic table, so it's suited for bbq's. Personally, I don't drink much but I do enjoy beer, grilling outdoors, and shooting the breeze late into the night.
I work on a cattle ranch, so I have access to good fresh beef, and could probably secure a bundle of firewood.
Farm fresh beef, beer, TDIs, what else could someone want! I will send you a pm when I get better details of our definite plans. If other members chime in to take up the spots sooner than I do by all means take them up on it, not a big deal.
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I'll take the room BeetleGo. See you there.
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