Most the folks here are already not happy with the costs.......This is not going to happen.....just my .02
If I had .02 for each gripe.... my cost would be covered!That's news.
Welcome. Great to have you join us. I should a wonderful event.Just registered! Bought my first TDI ever back in April, and this will be my first TDIfest. Looking forward to fall in Maine with a bunch of diesel geeks. Booked lodgings at a campsite not far from the hotel (I don't make much working on a farm and am headed to grad school in the fall).
It'll tie with the black B4 and the red B4 wagonAhh Lug you were there even I can remember that.
Will this fest be a new car record? The same car 3 years in a row?
You're right!I could have sworn you had the A3 Cabrio at the DC Fest, as well.
Great! You're not the only first-timer coming out; I've seen at least one other person mention this will be their first TDI club event. Welcome, one and all!First post, new member, just booked the hotel.
Wife and I will making the 900km trip from Toronto
Looking forward to it!
Great! You're not the only first-timer coming out; I've seen at least one other person mention this will be their first TDI club event. Welcome, one and all!
I know it can be intimidating to come into a large event where you think everyone already knows each other, but don't worry; this is a friendly crowd. By the end of the weekend you'll know most everyone, too. I speak from experience, as last year was my first fest (and I was brand-new to the site here, too).
If there are any other newbies out there who are worried about being the new kid...stop that right now! Or, if you're thinking that fest is only for the "super-serious" TDI enthusiasts or you're afraid everyone is going to know more than you...you're wrong. Again, I speak from experience: I am not especially mechanically inclined; pretty much all I know about cars is that I like to drive them faster than I probably should. BUT, I've had a great time at TDI club events, especially fest.
This year is an especially good year for us less-mechanical types to come out. The venue is amazing. The mountains are gorgeous, and there are a lot of other things to do besides talking about car stuff. Believe me, there are plenty of non-car-related conversations going on at any moment. Of course, if you are trying to learn more about your car, fest is a great place to do so. Between the tech sessions and just being surrounded by so many knowledgeable people, there is no way you can leave without having learned something.
So, no excuses! Bring your family, bring your friends-they'll all have a good time. See you there!