Let my loss be your gain. Remainder of week OOS Charter with daily baggage support and/or bus back to Iowa City. Contact me … here and/or text 717-571-6817 … and then contact Tim or Lynne Haeffner at OOS.
Week-long Registration ($200), OOS Charter ($200) … bus service before or after, daily baggage service, Daily Shower $55’ already pre-paid. After you complete the ride send me payment for what the trip was worth to you (no more than $455 please) and if you did not enjoy it thoroughly pay me nothing or if $$$ are tight that’s okay too. I would…[Read more]
Thanks, Yvette. I.’m more interested in helping someone enjoy a great Ragbrai than the $$$. I have thoroughly enjoyed Ragbrai each year, even the one that I did not finish in 2018 and I have brought family and friends. Cell is 727-571-6817 but I seldom answer it so Text is more effective when I remember to check it. Or email email@example.com.
Interesting … OOS is a terrific charter and I used them 16 times and you can leave a vehicle at the front or back end and get air conditioned bus system to the other. Daily baggage service, beverage tent for socializing and can have my pre-paid showers gratis ($55 value). Tim runs an excellent charter service and his wife, Lynne will have c…[Read more]
Due to medical emergency I have one ticket each, together or separate. Suggest you call or contact Tim Haeffner, OOS charter, directly and request my seat. Tim had 13 seats available as of this morning. I’m told there is a process to transfer my registration at the Ragbrai site.
Your directions are unclear to me. I’m already registered and cannot sign in and you say to “Sign in and go to the forum”. You have the “EnMotive” that appears in the upper right corner and there is no where to sign in normally. Nothing but more confusion.
Thinking of giving Ragbrai a ‘go’ in 2022. Started in 2004 but skipped the past two years because of the Pandemic. But wonder if I can find a smaller group Charter or if I should stick with the tried and true OOS I went with 16 years in a row starting in 2004?
Best to bike solo this year. And it can be fun. My first solo trip was in 1982 when
I did the Bi-Centenniel. I was fairly new to it, 35 years old, wore Sears sneakers and had no business being out there biking … but I made it to Missoula, Montana in 5 weeks starting from Natural Bridge, Virginia. Nothing like it and I saw the real America…[Read more]
If an organized ride offers sag support the worst that can happen is you tried to ride it and failed … this time. You don’t try something because it’s too far and you’ll always regret not trying. Go for it! But wear a mask and keep a social distance.
Donnellson and Primrose … I stumbled across this when looking for something else but 16 trips to Iowa and three to Alaska and I never heard of Richard Proenneke who built a log cabin with primitive tools in the wilderness (now Lake Clark National Park, Alaska) in 1968 and lived there the next 28 years. Richard is originally from Primrose and…[Read more]
UPMC Pittsburgh announced a vaccine to cure the Corona virus and as soon as the testing is complete they can provide the massive doses needed. Say this happens within two months and not the usual 12-18 months to roll this out everywhere would you still want to ride Ragbrai in July and roll the dice that everyone you come in contact with is also…[Read more]