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Labo Ideju topiks

Post by Normunds » Fri Jan 18, 2008 11:15 pm

Ik pa brīdim prātā "iešaujās" kāda doma saistībā ar pasākuma rīkošanu. Šeit varētu būt vieta, kur varam savas ģeniālās idejas ievietot un redzēt kāda uz tām ir pašu reakcija.

Samērā bieži vakaros apmeklēju "YouTube" lapu. Ideja sekojoša: veicot kādas trases "pierakstīšanu", apmeklējot pasākuma objektus kā piem. "Mežrozes", uzfilmēt kādu nelielu sižetiņu un norādīt linku mājas lapās. Problēma nav uzfilmēšanā. Problēma ir : kas varētu samontēt ?

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Post by mrpinkeyes » Fri Jan 18, 2008 11:46 pm

Man atkal radās doma par to marta pasākumu 9kluba jubileja), kurā cik es saprotu tie mūsu auto tiks izstādīti citu interesentu apskatei.

Tad lūk varētu katram pēc vienotas formas pielikt info lapu, kur būtu modeļa nosaukums, gads, motora tilpums un jauda zs.

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Post by Trollis » Sat Jan 19, 2008 1:29 am

Normunds wrote:Problēma ir : kas varētu samontēt ?
Vienu kandidātu es Tev varētu ieteikt. Mūsu BMW Eiropas apceļošanas tūre tika samērā gaumīgi samontēta. Un arī Saabs viņu ģimenē ir... B)

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Re:Labo Ideju topiks

Post by FunnyFox » Sat Jan 19, 2008 7:01 pm

Mums noteikti jāizsaka labās idejas par to, ko īpaši jauku dara Saieta dalībnieku bērni. Patiesībā reģistrētājiem un guldinātājiem, liekas, jāapzinās, cik daudz bērnu būs, kādās vecumu (līdz ar interešu un iespēju) grupās viņus var apvienot, ja bērnu būs daudz. Līdz šim jau ir bijuši priekšlikui, un iepriekšējo pasākumu dalībn iekiem ir pieredze, bet mums vajadzētu arī Saieta atbildīgo "bērnaukli".

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Re:Labo Ideju topiks

Post by Normunds » Sun Jan 20, 2008 7:41 pm

Mazs precizējums par to Jubileju - tā būs 10-tā.

Un par šo informācijas plāksni - tā liekas lieliska ideja, varētu varbūt tikai pielikt klāt vēl kādu, atšķirīgu no citiem pasākumiem, informāciju, piem. tālākais apmeklētais punkts , vai kā savādāk.

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Post by mrpinkeyes » Sun Jan 20, 2008 9:47 pm

jā varētu arī kādu odziņu piemēram auto iesauka vai kalngalē atstātās summas apmērs :whistle: :lol:
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Post by Yukki » Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:52 am

Nav slikti izdomāts maršruts:
Bored of endless wet English winter?
Have always wanted to drive on frozen lake?
Fancy seeing LOTS of snow?

Then join us for a week of SNOW CHALLENGE!

You will drive your crap roadcar on snow roads, in forests, through fields, on country roads!
You will experience special 'competition' stages on frozen lake!
Weather and authorities permitting, you will drive on 'ice bridge' to an Estonian island Kihnu in Baltic sea!

* Friday 8th Feb

Wake up, call in sick to work, scratch your delicates and contemplate driving 2,342 kms from London to Liepaja in Latvia. One 'L of a journey. Record is 26 hours straight including the ferry crossing to Calais, but this might be the day to leave if you're going to make it by Sunday evening and want to incorporate some sleeping/drinking in Poland.

* Saturday 9th Feb

Spluttering along, your teammate noting the numberplates of Germans who laugh at your choice of motor so you can stick bananas up their tailpipes in the next service station. Perhaps do something horrible to their car too. Discover your car won't go past 68mph on the unrestricted autobahns between Hanover and Berlin, then cross into Poland, or Pzcszocazdz as the locals call it. Saturday night spent getting pissed in ye olde city of Poznan. Some fine heraldic goats, apparently. Or carry on to Plonsk or even Pisz (real towns, people, real towns).

* Sunday 10th Feb

Wake up hopefully not too piszed to drive into Lithuania. All borders have just been dismantled between here and Latvia, so no faffing about showing photocopied 'MoTs'. Bypass Kaunas, reportedly home to the best nightclubs in Lithuania (and therefore a possibility for the Saturday night). Then off to Latvia and the port of Liepaja. Here's where we find Kaspars, a real-life Latvian and an old hand at crap rallying, who'll be our invaluable guide (and translator in the court cases). He's got a 4x4 as well, which will help when things get really bad. Hotels start becoming free here (or, at least, included in the price)

Couple of hotel options: a plush place belonging to a Danish musician (who obviously heard Liepaja was the capital of Latvian rock music), or an ex-Soviet prison where they've eschewed boutique chic for, er, the atmosphere of a Soviet prison. With plenty of bars and serious nightlife in the old town, who knows, you might even get to sample a more contemporary porridge.

* Monday 11th Feb

Leave tarmac for the first time to discover just how bad our machines will be on snow-covered unsealed roads (or 'long gaps between the trees' as the British might call them). A quick trip to an abandoned Russian army barracks complete with spy satellite, then head north west to Kaspars' home town of Sigulda, pausing first for comedy pictures in the town of Ogre. Local delights include a vertical wind tunnel and après ski (or après sliding). Food, drink, hotel (near town centre).

* Tuesday 12th Feb

If we haven't yet been chased out of town by Kaspars' offended relatives, we start the day with some skiing/snowboarding. Then it's off to the Estonian border, where recent border dismantling means we can enter via old tracks previously only used by spies and vodka smugglers. Also, a river crossing conundrum. If it's flowing we put the cars on a hand-drawn ferry. If frozen, we find a bridge. If frozen solid we drive across. Food, drink and hostel will be close to Parnu, the summer capital of Estonia. Hawaiian shirts only please - it's just respectful.

* Wednesday 13th Feb

Off to Kihnu island. This is in the sea. That doesn't worry us. Because. There's an ICE BRIDGE. Assuming we haven't added too much to global warming on the journey up, there'll be some nice thick ice to drive over. So, we'll be driving on the sea. Pass through Pootsi, Nautsi and Tootsi. I really am not making these places up. Food (herring, black bread and blood sausage), drink, hostel are back somewhere close to the Latvian Estonian border in an old water mill with a bar.

* Thursday 14th Feb

In the hills among forests, snow and spooky ex-Soviet secret installations. Attempt to drive our cars up Latvia's highest peaks (an Everest-baiting 289m and 311m). Maybe go to the Russian border and sympathise with truckers in the longest traffic jam in Europe. A week to clear that mother. Food, drink, hostel in the small town of Ergli, which holds the record for deepest snow in Latvia. Only one tarmac roads leads there, so we won't be taking that one.

* Friday 15th Feb

Today, special stages on a frozen lake. Hard to say which lake at the moment, but Kaspars will be looking out for ice fishermen - when they will appear on the lake, that means in a day's time there will be ice. When they disappear suddenly, that means the ice is melting. Food, lots of drink (Nick's birthday) and hostel back in town of Cesis, which looks like you'd want a rustic Baltic town to look like - castle ruins in the middle of small streets, with bars and crazy live music.

* Saturday 16th Feb

To the capital Riga. Last short leg, but STILL on unclassified roads. Early to the hotel, allowing for primping ahead of sightseeing, food, drink and that famous Rigan nightlife. Hold onto your knickers.

* Sunday 17th Feb

Either drive back or take a plane. A friendly scrap merchant will take your car (rhd motors can't be registered - a lhd car is worth way more) for around £150, which is an air fare. Ryanair flies Stansted, East Midlands, Glasgow or Liverpool. Air Baltic do flights to Gatwick. No BA any more.

* Stuff you'll need

Snow tyres. These suckers are the rule from Poland upwards. You could leave em off, but you'd become a target for any bored copper with a sharp eye for an MoT certificate (apparently there are so many British-registered cars running about they all know what it is. But then local rules on car testing are lax at best. Hmm)

That's about it. No visas or anything. A coat might be handy in minus 15 degrees. Gloves? You know, the sort of stuff we used to need in this country.

* Money

£100 per team as a deposit by the end of November. The rest (another £380 - so £480 in total for a team of two) to be paid on arrival. For that you get Kaspars (Latvian dude), his knowledge, his mate with a big winch to help out, roadbooks to figure out which snow-covered track to turn down, and seven nights free hotels.

Late entries can be accepted but accomodation can't be guaranteed depending on numbers.

What the weather be like?
Mid February in the Baltics is the time for winter fans. Most likely it will be snow cover 10 - 30 cm deep all over our route. Most of ski slopes are open. Temperatures in Eastern part may drop down to -30o C, but more likely is 0 to -10o C in daytime, and slightly colder during the night. Average temperature for February 2007 was -8,4o C. Despite global warming, or may be because of that, February tends to be colder and colder over the past few years. It is very hard to estimate the snowfall, but most probably we will have some days with sunshine, as well as some with snowfall.


Technical requirements
A decent road vehicle. Temperatures might get severe (down to -30o Celsium), so the correct antifreeze is to be used as coolant. Remember about snow tyres! In the Baltics legal requirement demands usage of snow tyres, marked with M+S. Studded tyres are not allowed through Germany, if you choose to carry them with you and change here, it is up to you. But my suggestion is not to bother, and use just your ordinary M+S tyres.

Overnight will be organised in country hotels, or log cabins, suitable for winter use. Some of them will have sauna inclooded in price.Do not expect a Hilton, this will be normal 3 star service accomodation.

Food and drinks
Breakfast will be inclooded in accomodation. For lunch we will stop in pre-arranged places during the day. Dinner will be offered in hotel, or in the town near by. Cost of meals is additional expense. It will average to around ₤ 5 per meal, and beer up to ₤ 1.


Safety
The Baltics had joined EU sonce 2004, and now our sky is guarded by NATO fighter jets. So I am fully confident we are on the safe side! As we will be staying only in small towns, also hassle of big cities will not concern us.


What will it cost?
₤ 480
The price is based on one car, two drivers. If there are more passengers in the car, additional ₤180 per person is to be added. If you wish to have your children with you, feel free to do it. If you will share accomodation, we will not charge you extra.

What is included in price?
A route guiding and marshalling. One or two supporting vehicles with winch and other off road equipment (depending on number of participants).
Overnight in hotels (log cabins), based on sharing a twin or double room, with breakfast.
Prize for best teams in competition stages.

What is not included in price?
Fuel, ferry or tunnel across the Channel, third part insurance, (your UK insurance in most cases covers short trips to EU), food and drinks in hotels.

Payment


£100 per team as a deposit by the end of November. Deposit to be paid thru Paypal to klivins@yahoo.co.uk, or with checque sent to Peter Hodgson, Poplar avenue 50, Windlesham, Surrey, GU20 5PW. The rest (another £380 - so £480 in total for a team of two) to be paid on arrival. For that you get Kaspars (Latvian dude), his knowledge, his mate with a big winch to help out, roadbooks to figure out which snow-covered track to turn down, and seven nights free hotels.


Late entries can be accepted but accomodation can't be guaranteed depending on numbers

Want to book?
Contact us at
Kaspars@miniclub.lv

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Post by mrpinkeyes » Wed Jan 30, 2008 5:24 pm

Pazīzstu Kasparu, škiet, ka vienā saabrallijā viņš arī bija iemaldījies ?
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Post by zinta » Wed Jan 30, 2008 9:09 pm

man šorīt trolejbusā radās labā ideja pieteikties par materiālu tulkotāju uz angļu/krievu val, bet izlasot Yukki iepostēto valodas pērli sajutos nekvalificeta. Jebkura gadijuma - man ir programmiņa, kas ļauj rakstīt krieviski ar latviešu keybordu - ja tas var noderēt :)

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Post by Katj_Katj » Wed Jan 30, 2008 11:18 pm

Partulkot uz krievu valodu no anglu vai latvieshu ari es varu- nemiet vera manu kandidaturu :blush: :P :blush:

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Post by Nīgrais » Thu Feb 21, 2008 7:50 pm

Riktīgi gribētos tādu pumpu lapas apakšpusē, kuru nospiezot var atgriezties kopējā forumā - baigais ļeņins to peli mocīt.

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Post by Katj_Katj » Sun Apr 27, 2008 7:00 am

Tā kā šeit ir labo ideju topiks - dodiet man labu padomu- 9. augusta Lielā Mežaparka Estrādē notiks Prata Vētras šī gada tūres noslēdzošais koncerts. Kā nokļūt divās vietās vienlaicīgi? Starp citu pēc programmas kas mums ir paredzēts uz šo vakaru? :huh:

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Post by hammers » Sun Apr 27, 2008 8:24 am

Katj_Katj wrote:Tā kā šeit ir labo ideju topiks - dodiet man labu padomu- 9. augusta Lielā Mežaparka Estrādē notiks Prata Vētras šī gada tūres noslēdzošais koncerts. Kā nokļūt divās vietās vienlaicīgi? Starp citu pēc programmas kas mums ir paredzēts uz šo vakaru? :huh:
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Post by bizenajs » Mon Apr 28, 2008 10:28 pm

nee, kaadreiz zaale bija leetaakaB) :laugh: :woohoo:
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Post by Normunds » Thu May 22, 2008 7:34 pm

Tagad jokus pie malas, un ar pozitīvu noskaņojumu :) ķeramies visi kopā pie nopietnās lietas.

Lieta tāda, ka "Starptautiskā SAAB klubu tikšanās Latvijā 2008" rīkotāju komanda, laikam ritot, ir kļuvusi nedaudz "plānāka" un daudzo veicamo darbu sarakstā "nemanīta" ir palikusies pasākuma muzikālā sadaļa. Droši vien ka uz šo brīdi lielas izvēles iespējas vairs nav palikušas :( tapēc lūdzam Jūsu visu palīdzību un komentāros: kreatīvās idejas šajā virzienā :)

Lai būtu vienkāršāk , sniedzam ieskatu "tehniskajos datos" :

Mūzikas atskaņošanas laiks sestdiena 9.augusts, Cēsu rajona "Mežrozes".Lūkojam pēc mūziķu "blices", kuras repertuārā bez saviem hītiem ir arī plaši atpazīstami "grāvēji" :P .
Klausītāji: atsaucīgi SAAB markas uzticamie fani no visas Eiropas. Līdz ar to spēja pateikt publikai kaut ko svešvalodā(-ās) ir gandrīz vai obligāti nepieciešama.
"Prata Vētru" vai citas Latvijas "Lielās Zvaigznes" "nepacelsim" finansiāli , lai gan palielīties viesu priekšā notieikti gribētos :)
Jauni un mazpazīstami mūziķi, ar lielu vēlmi sevi prezēntēt, ... hmmm, kapēc gan nē !!! Te laikam tas nebūtu tik ļoti svarīgi. Svarīgāk būtu lai visu vakaru nebūtu jāklausās tikai ļoti šaurs mūzikas žandrs, kurš priecē tikai reto.

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