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Old 02-18-2007, 08:44 PM   #15
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I do not remember the pool benig indoors..

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Old 02-19-2007, 09:02 AM   #16
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I think if you check out Richard's 2005 pics it appears as though the pool is indoors.
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I think if you check out Richard's 2005 pics it appears as though the pool is indoors.
The 2005 event was held at a different campground/resort. Danforth Bay does not have an indoor pool. They do have a really nice full kitchen and recreation room though.
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Old 02-19-2007, 10:56 AM   #18
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Ah! So those aren't the cabins either I suppose. Thanks for the heads up. I'll leave my aluminum speedos at home this time.
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Ah! So those aren't the cabins either I suppose. Thanks for the heads up. I'll leave my aluminum speedos at home this time.
Right! The cabins at Danforth Bay are nice. There is a bedroom and sleeping loft in each. Two burner range top and dorm type refrigerator (no stove, we bring a large toaster oven). Bath with shower.

I believe we need to bring our own sheets and blankets (full size bed in bedroom and two twin beds in loft). There is a futon in the living-room, folds out to a very uncomfortable full size bed.
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Old 02-19-2007, 11:26 AM   #20
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I'll be bringing the weber grill...going to make some shish-kabobs (spelling??) for Sat. potluck.....Love stuffed peppers!!!!!

Cabins look sweet...I think we'll be nice and cozy. This is going to be so much fun I can't wait!
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We had so much fun last year!

Really looking forward to this year.

My memory of Danforth Bay is that they have a nice, full kitchen downstairs in the recreation building. They allowed us to use it last year so I'm assuming we have access to it this year. Recreation room is quite nice too. Lots of "This End Up" furniture, bookcases filled with books and games, a big screen TV with DVD player (I don't recall if a VHS player, but not many folks seem to use this media any longer).

In keeping with Robin's "No camper left behind" program I think we should invite the few other winter campers who are there for the weekend to join us for Saturday night's Pot Luck and PJ party. What do folks think?
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Old 02-19-2007, 01:40 PM   #22
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Really looking forward to this year.
In keeping with Robin's "No camper left behind" program I think we should invite the few other winter campers who are there for the weekend to join us for Saturday night's Pot Luck and PJ party. What do folks think?
Man! I just had a flash vision of Michelle in her Flamingo Jammies, knockin on campah doe-wahs askin if they wanna come out 't play
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Man! I just had a flash vision of Michelle in her Flamingo Jammies, knockin on campah doe-wahs askin if they wanna come out 't play
It's happened before. We got two new NEU members this way during the 2006 camping season.

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Old 02-19-2007, 01:48 PM   #24
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It's happened before. We got two new NEU members this way during the 2006 camping season.

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Don't forget Ticki2 came to visit and is still with us!
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Don't forget Ticki2 came to visit and is still with us!
Yep! He and his lovely wife are great fun to camp with. He saw our thread about the Rig n' Rent here on the forums, came to check us out and we locked him in the "Peanut" until he joined. (Not really, well - kind of).
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Friday Night's Beef Stew Dump

Beef Stew

Various brands and types of beef stew are available with ingredients and seasonings that make each one a bit different.

Remember to bring your canned (or home made) beef stew for the dump on Friday night. We will be bringing canned. We will add spices and such to kick it up. Should be easy and fun!
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Hi Again, Richard and I just came in from X-country skiing. It was lovely and not cold at all.

I found a can of beef stew (Dinty Moore) for the dump and I am definately making stuffed peppers for 18-20 people because I think that's about how many of us are coming. My turtle p.j's are packed and I am ready to go!
Hehe! I read this too quickly and thought you wrote that you found a can of beef stew AT the dump for Friday night's dinner.
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