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Old 02-13-2008, 10:42 PM   #1443
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closer to home for mid July:

Bass Lake, California

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Old 02-13-2008, 10:46 PM   #1444
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I think the TJ team are heading north-ish in July.

How about New Mexico in spring or fall?
i understand. having spent 15 years in Oregon, i prefer going east. but hay, plan away.

i'm just throwing out premium camping spots, B4 Milo picks a beauty.

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i'm just throwing out premium camping spots, B4 Milo picks a beauty.

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Old 02-14-2008, 12:18 AM   #1446
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Ron's Chevy is a '55. The prettiest year.

Dave, A '56 has tear drop shaped rear wheel wells and a side to side short fron grill.

Route to Crater Lake?

Up the 395 through the Owens Vally, Mammoth and neat old towns. A few turns aside it drops you off in Klamath Falls an hour or two from Crater lake.

Lots of boondock spots and some are on a river.

Karen and I will take that route to avoid the san jaquin vally in June and July when we go boondockin on the ranchs.
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Old 02-14-2008, 12:24 AM   #1447
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i'm just throwing out premium camping spots, B4 Milo picks a beauty.

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Don't worry Kev. We can only go the week of July 3rd. I suspect ya'll be going later in the month.
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Old 02-14-2008, 12:26 AM   #1448
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Ron's Chevy is a '55. The prettiest year.
You're right Milo, on both counts. It is the prettiest year. And I like the travel at your own pace idea. Of course, I don't have a hemi.
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Old 02-14-2008, 01:04 AM   #1449
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Happy Valentine's Day
to all you friends and lovers out there.

I got a nice Valentine in the mail today from Great Uncle Ralph.

Now if he only had Kay's address...TIMES?
I am calling your bluff - PM heading your way,

yikes, we could be cousins soon

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Love is in the air

Dear almost Cousin TIME,

I am writing to Ralph and providing him with his new pen pal's address.

He does have a way with words so look out Kay, love may be in the air soon.

No e-mail there...he's a snail mail guy so hang in there.
It could be a while.

But do tell mom.

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Ms Bam,

I could only hope my twilight years could be as exciting as our two love birds. Let's hope it doesn't turn into hen picking or worse a cock fight.

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O.K., what if the train takes off around the middle of July, has a
"meeting up" spot somewere in the middle of CA, with a midway or turn around point (for some) being Crater lake, its about 780 miles from here, a few rv parks in the area ( Prospectrvpark.com) next to Crater lake or closer to the ocean, (tutlerockresorts.com)

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turtle rock rv park looks fantastic, and they have showers with opposing shower heads on each wall! Prospect RV park also got good reviews and has a Bluegrass festival the second weekend in July, which we could plan for or plan around! Debbie
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Ron's Chevy is a '55. The prettiest year.

Dave, A '56 has tear drop shaped rear wheel wells and a side to side short fron grill.

Route to Crater Lake?

Up the 395 through the Owens Vally, Mammoth and neat old towns. A few turns aside it drops you off in Klamath Falls an hour or two from Crater lake.

Lots of boondock spots and some are on a river.

Karen and I will take that route to avoid the san jaquin vally in June and July when we go boondockin on the ranchs.
Milo, I love the idea of going around the grape vine (my Ford hates that road, way to bumpy), and the drive up through the Mammoth and Bishop area is so nice. My question to you is, you mentioned boondockin/river camping, do you have any recommondations. I know this could draw some heat our way but we are looking for a nice spot we can meet up with my sister from Reno,(they tow an SOB) but they are family so we love them anyway. We still want to continue over to Crater Lake and hook-up with our friends from Seattle (they have an AS), and any one else we can talk into this road trip. We really like everyones ideas regarding traviling at ones own speed, and taking time to smell the roses along the way.
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OMG is it really THE CHILD on our thread?


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We were going up to Grants Pass sometime this year anyway. Might as well be then.
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turtle rock rv park looks fantastic, and they have showers with opposing shower heads on each wall! Prospect RV park also got good reviews and has a Bluegrass festival the second weekend in July, which we could plan for or plan around! Debbie
Sounds like we're getting somewhere.

Terry are you up from your nap yet?
Debbie, got a calendar?
Any ideas on dates?
First day somewhere on 395?
Goins, got a spot?
Ending up at Crater Lake area for the Bluegrass fest?

Anyone?
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