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TDIFest 2012 Discussion about TDIFest 2012 on the Labour Day weekend (August 31st to September 2nd, 2012) in Ypsilanti (Ypsi), Michigan.

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Old August 2nd, 2012, 18:18   #46
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See post #22 and later in this Lazarus thread for a CURRENT supply not too far (relative) from the fest venue.

http://forums.tdiclub.com/showthread...17#post3886417
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We may still be SOL, http://forums.tdiclub.com/showpost.p...5&postcount=44
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How did I miss the link between Randy's and Wacker in post #44?
Am I selecting and just reading what I want to read?

Time for Plan "B.1"?
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How did I miss the link between Randy's and Wacker in post #44?
Am I selecting and just reading what I want to read?

Time for Plan "B.1"?
I think so. If I had my auxiliary tank in my truck, which is in Ohio, I would park the VW at the mothers-in-law house and go to JatroDiesel and bring us some up Jon. But the aux tank is here in TN.
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Old August 13th, 2012, 14:45   #50
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Is this thought dead?
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Not for me. I'm planning out my itinerary and it won't require as much of a deviation as the trip to Portland took.

Cumberland, RI, Shiremanstown, PA, Knoxville, TN, Harvey, LA,
Then back up to Manchester, TN, Jatro in Miamisburgh, OH, and on to the fest. Maybe I fill with what diluted (polluted) B20 or so I can find there, probably not.
Even if I don't, I'll have quite enough to get to Oberlin, OH and then to Pittsfield, MA, and home.

The trip to Big Easy is the primary reason, the fest is secondary, and running on B99 / B100 will have to fit in with the trip south. If I can't do both then the B99 loses out this year.

edit: (or I bring one 5 gallon jug as insurance).
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Have you contacted the station in Manchester yet? They blew up and hadn't rebuilt AFIK.
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I haven't contacted any yet. I only set this plan B.1 yesterday. If Manchester is out, then it isn't that far to return to the Knoxville location (plan B.2?).
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