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Old 04-17-2016, 09:51 AM   #111
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You folks who are wanting to be added should include whether or not you have any parking available for other skoolies.
The more of THOSE we have the more useful the map actually can be. I'd love to use it as a way of finding free parking for a cross country tour!
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Old 04-17-2016, 10:37 AM   #112
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I'm in, but then when you get this far out of town parking isn't a problem anyway. This is a popular area for quad trailheads with lots of trails and even more logging roads. It seems every old gravel pit, and there are a lot of them, is a motorcycle trailhead riding area. Bus parking would not be a problem almost anywhere out here.
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Only three people in AK?

I'm going to drive to Australia.
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I'm in, but then when you get this far out of town parking isn't a problem anyway. This is a popular area for quad trailheads with lots of trails and even more logging roads. It seems every old gravel pit, and there are a lot of them, is a motorcycle trailhead riding area. Bus parking would not be a problem almost anywhere out here.
So for the map, would you be comfortable as saying "parking available" or "pm me for camping". Otherwise one would just sorta have to know your area already. Could help out, is all. Not my map though. I'm just adding my opinion.
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Old 04-17-2016, 12:42 PM   #115
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add me! add me!

Somewhere - could you please add me to the map? My address says Texas/Montana, but please list me as:

East Glacier Park, MT 59434; no parking options at this time....sorry!



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Old 04-17-2016, 12:47 PM   #116
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Yeah there's parking available here, I have 15 acres but it's not exactly flat. This was a sheep ranch several generations back. There's flat ground in the lower orchard, but you'd have to fight off the deer that are after the apples.

Nobody lives in the old house but it still has a working porcelain toilet. There's 110 power, a Dish Network cable available if you've got a satellite receiver and lots of good tasting spring water. I have a fair selection of hand tools and a small welder if someone needs to make repairs or modifications.

Yes, PM or some kind of notification just to make sure I'm here and not roaming.
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Old 04-17-2016, 02:55 PM   #117
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I can be added in Mesa, AZ (East Mesa)

Im in town, so I really can't help out with parking right now, however, there are about 30 RV parks around me that could help out with a small stay. Ill work on the property thing later!
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Oh, I have parking too....need a bit of notice though.
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Sounds like we got some skoolie sites available for travelers!
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I really love this site. I think most of the people here are phenomenal! I travel all over for work, and at the end of my season, I tend to linger for a week or two in the area I finish to check things out. As soon as my bus is minimally ready, I plan on visiting a few of you!
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