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Paul

ATV Parade 2009 June 13th 2009. Silver Bay MN.

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Ok Folks here is your warning. get your rooms soon, many people could not get rooms last year. State Parks take reservations 1 year in advance also. Get info as it is published at www.atvparade.org. Or www.atvam.org

Hope to see you all again next year. We only need to grow by 10% to break the record. We need more than 1175 quads to do it.

Paul Hagen

Red River Riders ATV Club Fargo/Moorhead

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Thanks for the update Paul.

Hopefully we can set a new record this time.

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Allready have my room booked. Actually 2 rooms booked.

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Please Note the date is Actually June 13. 2009. Not june 16th.

My Bad.

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We recently received the e-mails about the parade, and my wife says we are going again next year! Time to make reservations. Does anone know if any other clubs that were attempting to break the record succeeded since our attempt in June? Maybe this year we can meet up with more people from FM (It was nice to meet you there last year, Paul!)

Dustin

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It would be a great opportunity for the FM crew to show up in full force. grin

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I intened to be there as I probably won't be able to take the trip to Wallace Idaho the week after that I want to attend, that is unless gas prices stay low and the economy turns around.

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Missed it at the last minute last year, but I'll be there this time.

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We have registered again! My wife had a great time last year, and made me sign up this year ;-) I heard a club in VA beat the old record this year with a parade involving around 3000 machines. Can anyone verify this info for me?

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Is anyone else from here staying at Gooseberry Park Motel and Cabins? This will be our first visit to this establishment.

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