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Old 03-05-2009, 12:47 PM   #1
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Re: Kansas Skoolie Pow-wow vs. Burning Man timeline

Burningman is Aug 31 through Sep 7, 2009

http://burningman.com/

I won't be able to make a Pow-Wow/ gathering, but seems the best thing would be to schedule it such that folks heading to Burningman could also hit the Pow-wow on their way to Nevada. Sounds like a great idea!
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Old 03-05-2009, 01:50 PM   #2
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Longest school-bus caravan I was ever in was fifteen long. It was an awesome sight and a pleasure to be in.
During RAGBRAI in Iowa you will see skoolie caravans well over fifty buses long.
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http://www.ragbrai.org/

July 19-25 2009

Check out pictures I have taken at previous RAGBRAIs

http://www.skoolie.net/gallery2/v/Skoolies/Ragbrai2004/
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I just go to one of the town they stop at for the night and check out all the buses. I might be driving a bus a couple legs in it this year though.
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Re: Kansas Skoolie Pow-wow vs. Burning Man timeline

Being a former Iowan and four-year participant of RAGBRAI, I can attest that there are buses that will blow your mind, and tons of them. RAGBRAI is a blast, whether you like riding a bicycle or not.

And this Kansas Skoolie Pow-wow that you speak of... where in Kansas would this be located?

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Old 05-14-2009, 06:14 PM   #6
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Re: Kansas Skoolie Pow-wow vs. Burning Man timeline

I vote for lake Wilson unless it could be on big private lands.......with water!.........And shade!
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