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CCR 2003 Other Activities
We are proud to announce something completely new for this year’s reunion. Beverly Hines has put together a very comprehensive list of alternate activities for the wives, family and others who may not want to ride on their motorcycles during the day. This is something we have wanted to do ever since it was first brought up at our Hot Springs reunion a couple of years ago.

I really have to thank Beverly for making this happen. She has put together a great set of options which are outlined in the schedule below. This is yet another feature of Curve Cowboy Reunion that will set us apart from “just another motorcycle rally”. Please feel free to discuss the choices within this thread or you may email Beverly directly at bjhhines@yahoo.com
 

Activity Information and Signup

Pre-reunion signup is currently closed.  You can sign up for activities at the reunion registration desk at the host hotel.

Activities for Wednesday, August 27 Activities for Thursday, August 28
Gatlinburg Attractions
Cost: Approx. $28 + trolley fare
Approx. Time: 10:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Gatlinburg Attractions
Cost: Approx. $28 + trolley fare
Approx. Time: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
A Walk In The Woods
Cost: $20
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Maximum of 10 Required
A Walk In The Woods
Cost: $20
Time: 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Maximum of 10 Required
Dollywood Theme Park
Cost: $33.50 + trolley fare
Approx. Time: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Dollywood Theme Park
Cost: $33.50 + trolley fare
Approx. Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Heritage Festival - Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community and Winery
Cost: $15
Approx. Time: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Minimum of 20 Required
Heritage Festival - Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community and Winery
Cost: $15
Approx. Time: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Minimum of 20 Required
National Park / Harrah’s Casino
Cost: $20
Approx. Time: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Minimum of 20 Required
National Park / Harrah’s Casino
Cost: $20
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Minimum of 20 Required
  Biltmore Estates
Cost: $46
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Minimum of 20 Required
(Please choose whether you will take the bus or ride your bike)
  Whitewater Rafting
Cost: $40
Time: 12:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Group Activity Descriptions

  1. Gatlinburg Attractions
    No minimum or maximum participation requirements…everyone will pay-as-they-go. The group would ride the Trolley to the events.
    Gatlinburg Sky Lift
    http://www.attractions-gatlinburg.com/gatlinburg_sky_lift.html
    Cost: $8.99. Quietly glide 518 feet above Gatlinburg up Crockett Mountain for breathtaking views of the city and the Smokey Mountains.
    Christus Gardens
    http://www.christusgardens.com/
    Cost: $9.22 ($7.83 for 20 or more). Features a dramatic and inspirational portrayal of the Life of Christ including dramatic life-size dioramas, rare collections, a monumental Biblical Mural, world famous Carrara face of Christ sculpture.
    Guinness World of Records Museum
    http://www.gatlinburg.com/guinness/
    Cost: $9.95. See hundreds of exhibits from the best-selling Guinness Book of World Records. Test your skill against interactive computers. Featured are memorabilia of famous record-holders: Elvis, Beatles, and the Batmobile.

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  2. A Walk in the Woods
    http://www.awalkinthewoods.com/
    Requires pre-registration and pre-payment
    Minimum of 2 and maximum of 10 participants
    Cost: $20
    A guide will take you on a 2-½ hour walk along the beautiful and pristine Middle Prong of the Pigeon River. The walk begins on a trail through an old farm field that is now a healthy second growth forest. You’ll learn how to tell what was grown there as you discover the lush world of this former mountain community. On this walk you'll study what the settlers and Cherokee used for foods and medicines and even try a few things. Along the way, your walk includes a visit to an old homestead site, a small family cemetery and ends with a visit to a restored cabin before turning around. Bring: walking shoes and water.

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  3. Dollywood Theme Park
    http://www.dollywood.com/
    No minimum or maximum participation requirements…everyone will pay-as-they-go. The group would ride the Trolley to the event.
    Cost: $33.45 ($30.00 for 15 or more) + Trolley
    Master Craftsmen…Historic American traditions are honored and preserved with 75 folklore showcases; Spectacular Shows…from the hot sounds of contemporary country to the fabulous ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll and traditional gospel harmonies; 118 acres of Thrilling Rides….from a 70 mph triple loop coaster to a 50 mph free fall over a mountain waterfall. And Much More!

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  4. Heritage Festival - Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community and Winery
    http://www.gatlinburg-tennessee.com/calendar.htm#August
    Requires pre-registration and pre-payment (minimum of 20)
    Cost: $15 per person
    Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community…Visit over 80 shops filled with traditional and contemporary crafts, handmade gifts and collectibles, and one of a kind pieces.

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  5. National Park / Harrah’s Casino
    http://www.rockytoptours.com/cherokeesampler.htm
    Requires pre-registration and pre-payment (minimum of 20)
    Cost: $20 per person
    This tour takes you up through the Park at over 5,000 feet, then down into Cherokee North Carolina. In Cherokee, shop for handmade Indian crafts or explore other options. On the way back, visit the Pioneer farmstead and museum as well as Harrah's Casino! At Harrah's Cherokee Casino you will receive $20.00 in coins and can play all your favorite games in video format, like Double Diamonds, Red, White & Blue and Sizzling Sevens, all with the added skill feature of a second spin to win. Plus video blackjack, video poker and video craps.

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  6. Biltmore Estates
    http://www.biltmore.com/
    Cost: $46 per person. 
    Requires pre-registration and pre-payment (minimum of 20)
    Visit America’s largest privately owned residence. Located in Asheville, NC and built by George Vanderbilt in the mid 1800’s, this 250-room mansion is filled with art, fine antiques, and the evidence that the Vanderbilt’s knew how to live the good life. The mansion covers an incredible four acres of floor space. Over one-third of the rooms on four floors are open to the public and can be viewed often as the Vanderbilt’s left them. In addition to the house, you can take a stroll through the many landscaped gardens just as Vanderbilt's guests did. Enjoy lunch on your own in the Stable Café, and a drive through the 125,000-acre estate to tour the winery. This tour includes transportation and admission.

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  7. Whitewater Rafting
    http://www.rockytoptours.com/wildwater.htm
    Requires pre-registration and pre-payment (minimum of 20)
    Cost: $40
    Come experience five miles of pure excitement on the Upper Big Pigeon River! The Upper Pigeon is an excellent whitewater adventure for groups and families alike. The closest whitewater rafting in the heart of the Smokies features Class III and IV rapids that will send you whirling down a beautiful river gorge showing off sheer rock cliffs and beautiful color. The tour provides a well-trained guide in every raft who will lead you down rapids like Powerhouse, Rollercoaster, and Lost Guide.

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