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Grant Johnson 5 Dec 2009 20:44

California 2010, Second Annual HU Travellers Meeting Open now
 
California USA, Petrolia, "Lost Coast", August 19-22.

Full details and Registration open now!

I'll be there - will you? :thumbup1:

We had a great time last year, the area has amazing roads you'll love, and the food was fabulous - worth coming out for alone! :mchappy:

DLbiten 6 May 2010 05:02

I am going I hope lol.
Seems there may be small little problem with my work and me going. Will get all the getting done and all the paper work done and to all the people that need it long before this comes up.

The roads are grate fun just do not try them at night. This is not SoCal no lights and road fixing is more in line with 3rd world than the many may know. Hay it is the lost coast!

Just the place for a HU meeting.

Wash in the river, walk the sand beach and ride dirt roads that I do not think have seen upkeep for years. All before a all you can eat breakfast! Then a sack lunch and its a out for a photo shoot, cows walking in the serf! All on some vary windy roads with no one on them. Then back to camp in one of the most laid back areas in the USA.

The food was the best I have had at a HU event (and most other places restaurants) . Well worth the price. grate food the Cooks got a standing ovation for there work. Spend the $ and eat vary well. I will see if I can get the Vintner (wine guy) back this year.

If you have never been to a HU meeting or to the lost coast then this is the time to go. The area seems to be made for Horizons Unlimited. The roads are grate fun that will remind you of adventure gust riding them the locals are laid back fun loving and know who you are and where you are going. seem we made a grate impression on them last time an where the talk of the area some time.

The area around the lost coast has some grate area as well not the least is the redwoods and ocean.

Getting there it is off the pacific coast highway 101 a grate road in its own right and near highway 1 one of the best rides in the USA. I like to come in from the North there is a grate vista worth the time to stop and take a picture you will know when you see it is hard not to see it. You may not want to try this at night as you will miss it and he roads are twisty, deer and cows some time walk around on them if you must slow way down.

petefromberkeley 24 Jun 2010 21:22

See You There!

Thundertyphoon 27 Jun 2010 00:51

Last year was fantastic. I cannot imagine a better location, see everyone there.

replicant 27 Jun 2010 07:19

Just signed up, and it will be my first. Can't wait!

createAbang 27 Jun 2010 16:59

Sandy&Mike, Paso Robles
 
We're going. It's a first for us!

STG06 27 Jun 2010 18:22

Wine Guy!
 
Stephan.....don't know if you have this info, but I thought I'd pass it along...for the upcoming HU California meet....

Dick Cogswell
Lost Coast Vineyards
707 629-3671
POBox 180
795 Conklin Creek Road
Petrolia 95558

Stephen

Tugmun 28 Jun 2010 07:32

more info???
 
Hi is there a thread that has more info I would definitely like to show up. So are there any fees or registration ect. ect. ? ? ? I kind of know the area as a kid I used to buck hay around there haven' been back for years what a hoot
this could be. Any help would be terrific

Many Tanks :mchappy:

olyflyer 28 Jun 2010 09:27

trying to make it just depends on how long it takes to register a bike I've bought in Oregon which I'm picking up on the Thursday in Portland

Grant Johnson 28 Jun 2010 13:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tugmun (Post 294528)
Hi is there a thread that has more info I would definitely like to show up. So are there any fees or registration ect. ect. ? ? ? I kind of know the area as a kid I used to buck hay around there haven't been back for years what a hoot this could be. Any help would be terrific

Many Tanks :mchappy:

All the details, registration info etc are in the main page, linked to from the announcement in the first post in this thread.

See you there!

Grant and Susan

DLbiten 29 Jun 2010 05:03

The area and people there are vary cool and layed back. The little store has most anything you will need even mail and beer.

DaveSmith 29 Jun 2010 05:07

I'll be there! I get back from Korea and will have enough time to get my '65 Ducati back on the road before this meet. I move to London end of August. Now if I can just find an inexpensive way of getting my Duc to the UK....

quastdog 29 Jun 2010 21:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by DLbiten (Post 294715)
The area and people there are vary cool and layed back. The little store has most anything you will need even mail and beer.

It just closes at 5:30pm and...well, tough sh*t if you need something after closing! Town's 30 miles thataway ----->

pdean 1 Jul 2010 21:52

cooking on the road
 
I was wondering if there would be any interest in a little cooking demo.

I like to cook while i'm on the road, maybe i could share a few tricks or recipes,

Peter

createAbang 2 Jul 2010 17:08

Hi Peter,
We'd love to see a roadside cooking demo! Let us know if you'd like us to bring anything, i.e. supplies, ingredients, whatever.
Sandy&Mike


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