Dave's Place Labor Day Weekend

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Feb 7, 2012
Dave is a charter member of the GCLC and lives outside of Windham, NY (Exit 21 off the NYS Thruway). The trail network that he and his dad built cover about 2/3rds of his 100+ acre property. Trails range from a "leisurely drive" in the woods to "let's go break something". Sort of like a very mini Rausch Creek.

There is a large grassy field for camping and hanging out, and we will bring in Porta-Potties at our expense.

Please read the GCLC Trail Ride Safety and Equipment Checklist. It will be enforced.

You will receive both a GCLC waiver and Daves waiver. Both must be printed and signed by all attendees and will be collected on site.

There are NO OTHER SERVICES available so bring what you need and pack out what you pack in.

There is no cost associated with this weekend. It is funded by your membership.

There is a gas station close by as well as places for breakfast and dinner so you don't have to go nuts unless that's how you roll, however we have been having gourmet Iron Chef cook-outs over open wood fires that have been ridiculous. Bring what you like to eat. We share everything and well keep a list of whos bringing what.

The schedule is whatever you want it to be. Come and go as you please as long as you are respectful of his property, his neighbors, and his home. He has invited GCLC members up from Friday evening through Monday.

This is a very low key "non-event" in a very relaxed, controlled, and scenic environment. It is terrific for kids both young and old.

Please do not post or forward these directions anywhere or to anyone. It is his home and his private property.

Signup and info can be found here:

Dave's Place - Gotham City Land Cruisers
Hi Mark, Steve, Jon, Sam, Kate, Herb, Terry, Nick, and Dave,

I want to thank you for a really fun overnight camping adventure. I enjoyed meeting all of you and loved seeing the trails from the vantage point of Nick's completely badass 4R, which made those ridiculous rock ledges look like an easy day in the park. So, so cool.

I hope to see you guys soon and have my 100 on the trail next time (just not that trail!).

Also, I don't Facebook and I know Nick was saying he's not on here much, so could you Mudders share this with the guys who aren't frequent visitors? I would appreciate it.

Thanks again, Kristy
I'll have to remember this if I decide to move back home to the Saratoga area when I separate from the usaf in a few months

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