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Run For The Hills # 18---September 20-22, 2013 by fierofool
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There is also a sign on 35, if you are heading east, you turn left, if west, turn right. If you are on 72 heading north, turn right, if south, turn left.
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After perusing Google maps a bit more, I realize that I may be misunderstanding which roads are going to be used for this run. 35 crosses 72 in two places. One near Gurley, and one near Scottsboro. The intersection near Gurley is the one at the start of the video I posted, and is commonly used by the sportbikers and sports car guys, so I thought that was the one we were using. But 35 also crosses 72 about 1/2 mile from the pre-run meeting place (Chevron). Which one are we using? If we're using the one near Scottsboro, then ignore the video I posted.
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Looks like that area of 35 and/or 72 might be used as part of the run, but splitting off onto 65 North, from what I remember of Ron's email.

The meeting place is in Scottsboro. In front of Scottsboro Marketplace near the intersection of Alabama 35/Veterans Drive and US 72.
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I'll be meeting up with Ron around 7PM Friday night. If it fits his schedule, maybe we can do dinner at the Longhorn over on Perimeter Parkway.


I'll PM you my phone # and email if you do decide to meet up.

Been across through Mentone before - Not a bad drive
Through AL from GA to TN via Highways 117, 40, 35, CR17, CR8, 35, 72, and 65

Playing with Google Maps and here is a couple of ideas. Not sure about the CR 17 and CR8 as there is no street view ... looks to be all paved.

From Chevron to TN line #1

From Chevron to TN line #2
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See ya'll Friday night.
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See ya'll Friday night.


That is, those of us who are having dinner together For the rest, especially those from Georgia, remember that Scottsboro, Al. is on the Central Time Zone. Strarting time will be 9AM, Central

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Is there an estimate of when & where the scouting run will end? The family would like to have an idea of when I'll be heading home.
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That is the purpose of the scouting run, to check time and distance. I dont think that we will do anything other than check this items and gas stops. I would think 6 -7 hours may do this. I myself, have nothing planned for the day other than this.
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Is there an estimate of when & where the scouting run will end? The family would like to have an idea of when I'll be heading home.


You can always leave the run early and head home if you need to. I imagine that once you get to Lynchburg, you'll have an idea of what the whole run is like. I don't see it being much different after Lynchburg (unless Ron's got some surprises in store).
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We had a great time today on the scouting run. 5 cars with 6 scouts out checking roads and conditions for RFTH #18. Billy and David, it was great to have ya'll along. My navigator , Arron, kept me on course 99% of the time. Pat & Charlie, your feedback is much appreciated and I will see ya'll next Saturday.
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My navigator , Arron, kept me on course 99% of the time.


It wouldn't be a proper scouting run if there were no wrong turns....at least it sounds like the wrong turn didn't involve multiple states like RFTH 15. Wish I could have joined you. Unfortunately, I am going to miss the GA run this weekend too....going back up to Michigan to bring the convertible home.
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Ron, the only advice I can give you is that "If we use this for the RFTH 18 run, please remove those trees in the roadway around the blind curves." It was an exciting run, but those just weren't necessary.

Some of the turns might need to be indicated on the route sheet with some form of landmark, if possible, or on the day prior, go out and put up a marker of some kind.

Here's the Gang of Five that burned up the roadways in Alabama and Tennessee.

Left to Right, front row, David Brill, Fiero Owner, Ron768
Second Row, TopNotch
Third Row, Fierofool

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Ok, I'll get the trees out of the way as soon as I figure a way to carry my chain saw on the motorcycle. I have to save some money for gas for next weekend.
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We have the Alabama scouting run behind us and now we will be doing the Georgia scouting run.

Saturday July 27, we will be meeting in Dahlonega, Ga. at the intersections of Georgia 400 and Georgia 60. As usual, we'll be gassed up and pulling out at 9 AM. We will have route sheets for those who attend. The more who go along with us, with your input, the better we can make these events.
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Carol and I might be interested in this run. We were planning on going to PA for one of Pete's runs, but the last I heard his car is broken and he won't be doing anymore runs this year. So that would open us up to coming on down.
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A number of the Michigan club used to come down for the run. Lou and Sue Oles usually lead the pack. I haven't seen them in a few years, though.

TopNotch and Ron768 should make a decision between the Alabama/Tennessee or Georgia venue by the end of the month. When that happens, we'll start making arrangements for hotels and the info will be posted here and on the Georgia Fiero forum.

If the Alabama/Tennessee venue is chosen, plans are to tour the Jack Daniels distillery. If the Georgia venue is chosen, we are planning to try arranging a tour of the Bill Elliott racing complex.
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I believe Bob Holtz (Capital City Fiero) is going to attend this year. He is scheduled to pick up one of his cars in Florida and drive it to the run and then back to Michigan. We might have a few others from the Capital City Fiero Club coming too, we will just need to wait and see.
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I'm still waiting on parts to fix my bike... I'm definitely going to make it out for a run or two, though. May hoon the Mazda. Wheee
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The Mazda is welcome. Come on down this weekend.
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It was good to meet up with you guys (fierofool and ron768) last Friday night. Sorry I didn't go on the run - took both kids to a couple of car shows on Saturday.

Ron - PM headed your way with my contact info. Like a said, my garage is not big and don't have a ton of tools but your welcome to it. By the way, saw several Indian motorcycles at the Landers show.

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... May hoon the Mazda. Wheee



 
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The Mazda is welcome. Come on down this weekend.


I keep threatening to bring the Miata rebody.
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We're going to do another scouting run tomorrow. (What -- you're not tired of driving a Fiero???)
This time we'll explore the Georgia route based in Dahlonega (the site of America's first gold rush).
We'll meet at the gas station were Highway 400/19 runs into Highway 60, at 9 am.
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We're going to do another scouting run tomorrow. (What -- you're not tired of driving a Fiero???)
This time we'll explore the Georgia route based in Dahlonega (the site of America's first gold rush).
We'll meet at the gas station were Highway 400/19 runs into Highway 60, at 9 am.


Hmm... that's a long trip to do in the morning. Unless I were to head down tonight and grab a crappy hotel
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The scouting run was fun. Here's a little sample.

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This was literally one of the high points of the run. At 4783 feet, it's the highest natural point in Georgia. Brasstown Bald.
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The officers have selected North Georgia for this year's Run For The Hills. The route has been modified, removing some of the roads listed above and adding others. The host hotel will be in Dahlonega, Ga. Which hotel isn't known, yet.
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Tiny town! I would love to go this year for a change. Let's see what happens between now and then.
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Either location had advantages. I would have enjoyed the JD tour, but this location is closer to us. I would be happy regardless of which location the board chose. I look forward to it every year.

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Not this year,but definately next year since I will be moving to Georgia within the next 6 to 12 months.I can't wait to get there.
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The Georgia Fiero Club presents....



The 2013 Run For The Hills #18 will be based in Dahlonega, Georgia, the site of America's first gold rush. Dahlonega is located just past the top end of Georgia Highway 400, where it becomes US19 and crosses Highway 52. Attractions in Dahlonega include a Gold Museum and two gold mines open for tours daily

Event t-shirts can be ordered now. The price is $25 for small-large, $27 for 2XL, and $28 for 3XL. Deadline for orders is September 7, Midnight EST. All shirts will be delivered at the event. Click here to order by Paypal, or send a personal check or USPS money orders to

Georgia Fieros
287 Park Place
Auburn, Ga. 30011

Event hotel:

Days Inn
833 S Chestatee Street
Dahlonega, GA

Reservations: 706-864-2338

When calling to reserve a room, mention the Georgia Fiero Club. The rates with this code is $59.50 per night for a room with a single king bed, or $63.75 for a room with two double beds. These rates are for a two-night stay for one or two occupants. Additional occupants are $7.00 each.
This rate is only valid until August 20th. Sorry, that is the only deal they were willing to make. After that, the rates are $70 and $75.
Note: You can also make reservations at 1-800-DAYSINN, but you can't get the special rates.

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I just saw an ad on tv for Days Inn running a special for 15% off any stay 2 nights or more.
So i guess they are just giving us the same rate advertised on tv. But hey, its not too bad.

http://www.daysinn.com/deal..._stay2_080113_HPhero


Edit...
If you choose this hotel and our dates the advertised rate doesn't work:
"Rate SDI is not available for the dates you requested. But we do have other rates you might be interested in."

So, call, like Pat says.

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Event Tshirts will be delivered at the event. Adult sizes Small thru X Large are $25. XX Large are $27 and XXX Large are $28.

All orders must be received before Midnight, September 13.

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You can order shirts by Paypal here.
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Our tshirt printer is phasing out the sublimation printed shirts we have been providing for Run For The Hills. He has notified us of his remaining stock. These will be the sizes and quantities available. As orders come in, I will update the available quantities for each size.

I have:

(6) small,
(4) med,
(12) lge,
( 8 ) xl,
(2) 2xl,
and
(7) 3xl
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Updated quantities available:

I have:

(6) small, (4) med,
(11) lge,
( 7 ) xl,
(2) 2xl,
and (7) 3xl

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Afternoon Update:


I have:

(6) small,
(4) med,
(11) lge,
( 7 ) xl,
(1) 2xl,
and (6) 3xl


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August 15 afternoon update:

I have remaining:

(4) small,
(4) med,
( 8 ) lge,
( 6 ) xl,
(1) 2xl,
and (6) 3xl

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For those who've never been to a Run For The Hills Event, here's a sample. This is filmed from the lead car of a group of Fieros.

http://www.gafiero.org/rfth13.shtml
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Only 4 more days to make your reservations at the discounted rates.
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