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Old 11-14-2014, 07:15 AM
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This event is goin on at Byrd's this weekend. Does anybody know anything about it?

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This event is goin on at Byrd's this weekend. Does anybody know anything about it?
Here's the Jeep Jamboree website:

Jeep Jamboree USA » Trips/Register

You can read up on them there. I want to do one myself (almost did the one at Byrd's).

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Maybe next year. They have one in Hot Springs too.
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Wow expensive! I might try one in Utah or Colorado but not so much in my back yard.
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Old 11-15-2014, 10:17 PM
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Wow expensive! I might try one in Utah or Colorado but not so much in my back yard.
Good idea. That would be a trip of a lifetime!
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Old 11-21-2014, 03:18 PM   #6
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Here's the Jeep Jamboree website:

Jeep Jamboree USA » Trips/Register

You can read up on them there. I want to do one myself (almost did the one at Byrd's).
Where does it say the cost for a event?
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Living 20 minutes from the park, it would be nice to go next year here.
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Where does it say the cost for a event?
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Living 20 minutes from the park, it would be nice to go next year here.
The costs might all be pulled now since all of the events are over. Typically, if you click on one of the events (marked by a Jeep), it gives you all of the details (i.e. dates, costs, etc.) I think the one at Byrd's was a "Classic" event meaning they provided 3 hot meals a day and it was around $275 (I believe). The one at HSORVP was a little cheaper b/c they only provided cold meals (i.e sandwiches, etc.)
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The costs might all be pulled now since all of the events are over. Typically, if you click on one of the events (marked by a Jeep), it gives you all of the details (i.e. dates, costs, etc.) I think the one at Byrd's was a "Classic" event meaning they provided 3 hot meals a day and it was around $275 (I believe). The one at HSORVP was a little cheaper b/c they only provided cold meals (i.e sandwiches, etc.)
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Wow that is a bit more than I would like to spend for a weekend.
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Where does it say the cost for a event?
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Living 20 minutes from the park, it would be nice to go next year here.
They call it an entry fee.
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Each rally is different. The one at Byrd's required tow hooks. The one in Hot Springs requires you have a CB.

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