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Might be a wee bid premature, but what do you guys and gals think about a homecoming GTG in the Milford area sometimes in 2010. Maybe we could do some need things like take out an ad in the local paper and invite former employees out to see the fruits of their labors years later. Also the RV museum is in that general area.

Certainly could try to entice the founder of Barthmobile to attend.

Nick
 
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Chain o' lakes state park 25+- mile southeast , with 300+ class a rv sites


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Also 30+ miles northwest potato Creek State park, bike trails, lake ect. Have not been to either but many friends have tried both. Smiler


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this sounds like a good idea, Nick..
 
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That could work for me, especially if in July, when I go to a star party near Rensselaer.


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It sounds like a wonderful plan...keep us informed. We are very interested!! Smiler
 
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...Might want to consider the fairgrounds/RV rally site near Goshen IN...

http://www.4hfair.org/rally.htm

13 miles from Milford & Barth Beginnings.....
11 miles from Elkhart - RV Museum and tons of
local RV surplus outlets....

If someone takes the lead on this, I'd be happy to help (after the DC-GTG! Smiler )
 
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Looks like Barth Rangers have done a Rally every 5 years at this site. I like the idea of this location as it is close to Indiana Tollroad and as Lee said other local points of interest. I only gave the State Parks because of the other things they offer to families Smiler All who wander are not lost. If you take away the b and the h you still have the art of a Barth.


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