Sometimes the best parts aren’t on the schedule

There.  I said it.   

As a planner it is hard for me to admit it, but sometimes it is the off-schedule moments that make an event.  Even at MOT.  So if you would rather spend Friday night at dinner offsite with long lost friends, Saturday morning soaking in the hot tub, or Saturday afternoon hiking to waterfalls in the area, please do it.  Really.  Make MOT weekend what you want it to be.  The most important thing is that you have fun. 

If you’re interested in inviting other MOT-ers along, post a comment here.  You never know – you may end up leading a small caravan to your destination.  

Happy motoring…

5 comments to Sometimes the best parts aren’t on the schedule

  • blalor

    Hm, grassroots events within the grassroots event? Maybe this is the making of the next MoT! ;-)

  • m2smith

    One year we had a blast with a random zipline group (out of Lincoln)…

  • Marianne

    We were thinking of following the caravan up through Franconia Notch and taking a ride on the Tram to the Top of Cannon Mtn for a lunch break..

  • Jen

    We are staying an extra night to fit in Storyland. Any one else with mini-motors is welcome to come play!

  • ADA

    Due to an article we read about a blind sled dog and this brother working so well together, my husband and I are going to visit Muddy Paws Sled Dog Kennel
    in Jefferson Friday evening before the Ice Cream party (can’t miss that)
    to go on a rolling sled ride (with out snow)