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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by TANNERGANG, Sep 22, 2015.
Who's going to the Bayou Roundup in Lafayette, La in Oct.?
Too far for me,---But have a good time!!
Unless something screws it up registered, booked and planning on it Tanner, early Saturday morning...
Will be headed down there from VA with the Hilton Hot Rods/Ross Racing Engines convoy of badass A's...
This coming week the coupe will be fully prepared for the 2600 mile trip...i.e. I will wipe the bugs off the windshield from the last trip down to Austin. That's all she needs.
I'll be there though my car probably will not. Most of the Hamb friendly guys in the area that I talked to will be there.
We were at Bomber bash in Bossier over this past weekend and several guys there were talking about it. We are planning to be there and hopefully bringing along a some friends.
Ok lets get a little more info pleas?
We will be there. Can't wait.
Yeah i found it after i got woke up good. thanks.
There's a mess of us coming in from Austin Texas. About a 15 car train rollin that way on Thursday Oct 15.
anyone heading out from DFW on thur.15th to bayou roundup? like to caravan
Had all plans on goin Tanner, booked a room and all, then looked @ the calander and wouldn't ya know it. Miss Mary has an appt that Friday. Oh well next year. Ya outta make plans to come to the Round Up in Austin next year.
Ill be there. Only a hour away from me
Leaving early Saturday morning with my 41 Merc
Tanner, looking forward to seeing you. Plan to be there on Friday afternoon sometime.
I am registered and the hotel is booked. 3 or 4 of us cruising on Friday from Baton Rouge
Headed there from Houston early Friday morning. Too bad the Houston burnout is the same day!
Ill be there sometime Thursday..
if you have some time to kill on Saturday one of the local Mardi Gras Krewes is putting on a cooking competition for charity, not all that far from Blackam Coliseum.
I will be there. Convoy leaving Baton Rouge about 10:30 Friday.
I'll finish a 7 night run in about 3 hours. I'll go strait to the shop and start cleaning the Silva Speed Special to get her ready for the show. This will be her first trip since I rebuilt her Frenzel, so I'm really excited about the show. I hope there is a great turnout, we really need to support the Kontinentals in there efforts to bring such a quality show to our state. See ya there.
Heading out Friday see yall there
The weather is looking great!!
Hilton Hot Rods/Ross Racing Engine convoy already on the road and driving through Alabama this AM.
if anyone is interested we have two shows Friday and Saturday night downtown at Artmosphere 902 Johnston
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