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Hmm... Bring mine and my wifes car maybe. $20/person is a bit much though just to wander around looking at other Subies especially when there are 14 of them on my block (and only 18 houses) ranging from the early 90's to mine.
 

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Hmm... Bring mine and my wifes car maybe. $20/person is a bit much though just to wander around looking at other Subies especially when there are 14 of them on my block (and only 18 houses) ranging from the early 90's to mine.
You could go with the advanced ticket sale offer or couples http://www.wickedbigmeet.com/tickets Having not been, all I can say is that from the Forester forum, all who have attended, many return another year and a good time was had, meeting others who drove the distance and met new friends, some who they only knew by their User Names on the forums. Now that's gotta be worth something. http://www.subaruforester.org/vbulletin/f73/wicked-big-meet-2012-a-112133/ and 2011 http://www.subaruforester.org/vbulletin/f73/wicked-big-meet-2011-a-87972/

Consider yourself as one of the first XV's to attend.
 

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Hmm....I'll have to think about going to this...

wait...why would they host this on a sunday? :( the drive to CT wouldn't be that bad for a saturday event, but there's no way I'm driving 6hrs home sunday night and then going to work at 6am.
 

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Well they do put on a couple of West Coast shows besides WBM http://www.subieevents.com/ one not to far from you in Pomona and the other in Washington State for all the PNW'ers.
Ah, excellent! It looks like SubieFest in Panoma is the best for me (http://www.subiefest.com/). They haven't announced 2013 dates yet but I am going to plan on making it.
 
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