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Author Topic: **UPDATE: Looking to share and split motel room, or cabin!  (Read 18398 times)

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Re: **UPDATE: Looking to share and split motel room, or cabin!
« Reply #15 on: February 21, 2011, 09:30:42 pm »

You can probably buy a tent or even rent an RV from someone in the effort.  I would keep asking about it and even check the different parts of this and other liberty fora.
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Re: **UPDATE: Looking to share and split motel room, or cabin!
« Reply #16 on: February 22, 2011, 05:45:36 pm »

Did you find a roommate? Because I'm looking. I see that there are only rooms left, and I'd Like to keep my costs down.

Only rooms? Have you called (and left a message) Roger's? I'm willing to be there are some campsites left,
and I'm sure there are some RV sites left (which, can be rented and used for camping, at the campsite rate).
(But dont let that dissuade you from sharing a hotel room with Ally)

Thanks for the info. I'll give them a call. My first choice was camping, as I kind of wanted to be in the thick of the event. Now if I can only figure out how to bring a tent on an airplane. Of course now days, it's probably cheaper to by a tent in NH than to transport one.

yeah I know a guy who bought tent, chair, sleeping bag, sleeping pad (and some other camping stuff)... and left it here in NH (in my barn)... He can have it back next year  or when he moves to NH... :) 
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