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Re: Decalibron/Paris Mill parking/camping

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supranihilest wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:07 pm The Sinclair in Fairplay is a truck stop, so while not the classiest option you can stay there, parking in the large lot opposite the pumps. It's safe and during business hours they'll have a bathroom and convenience store for snacks, drinks, etc.
Thanks Ben. I think we’re covered at this point folks. Ok to let my thread drift below. Unless anyone can clue me in to a stocked wet bar at the top of bistro bross.

Seriously thanks for the feedback on this everyone!
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Re: Decalibron/Paris Mill parking/camping

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supranihilest wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:07 pm The Sinclair in Fairplay is a truck stop, so while not the classiest option you can stay there, parking in the large lot opposite the pumps. It's safe and during business hours they'll have a bathroom and convenience store for snacks, drinks, etc.
Is there a classier option you can offer? I’m not driving a Mercedes or anything, but my Honda demands some level of self respect.
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Re: Decalibron/Paris Mill parking/camping

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greenonion wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:18 pm
supranihilest wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:07 pm The Sinclair in Fairplay is a truck stop, so while not the classiest option you can stay there, parking in the large lot opposite the pumps. It's safe and during business hours they'll have a bathroom and convenience store for snacks, drinks, etc.
Thanks Ben. I think we’re covered at this point folks. Ok to let my thread drift below. Unless anyone can clue me in to a stocked wet bar at the top of bistro bross.

Seriously thanks for the feedback on this everyone!
You didn't hear it from me, but the wet bar is only accessible to those who dare to complete the 5th, and hardest of them all, grand traverse (Bross--> S. Bross)
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Re: Decalibron/Paris Mill parking/camping

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k_fergie wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:41 pm
greenonion wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:18 pm
supranihilest wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 8:07 pm The Sinclair in Fairplay is a truck stop, so while not the classiest option you can stay there, parking in the large lot opposite the pumps. It's safe and during business hours they'll have a bathroom and convenience store for snacks, drinks, etc.
Thanks Ben. I think we’re covered at this point folks. Ok to let my thread drift below. Unless anyone can clue me in to a stocked wet bar at the top of bistro bross.

Seriously thanks for the feedback on this everyone!
You didn't hear it from me, but the wet bar is only accessible to those who dare to complete the 5th, and hardest of them all, grand traverse (Bross--> S. Bross)
Daaang. Didn’t know admission to the South Bross Trough was so exclusive. I’ll sharpen the axes crampons and fake ID to be best prepared! :-D
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Re: Decalibron/Paris Mill parking/camping

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greenonion wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 4:46 pm
jbealer wrote: Wed Dec 02, 2020 3:19 pm i was up there on Sat, the gate is closed 1.5m from the TH
Thanks! (Love your sig/quote line. Psst... maybe change the 2 tos to toos 🤓. Signed your friendly grammar police.)
FIXED! Do you know how long i have had that there and you are the first to say anything! Grammar is not my strong suite, im an artist 😁
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