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Old 03-03-2013, 07:58 PM   #15
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Bruce, if you are down South, come join us at Alumalina near Charlotte March 15-17.

We have other Rhode Islanders coming.

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Old 03-03-2013, 08:07 PM   #16
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Well darn, guess I should have figured that one out.

I'm not as smart as I look.

So hang in there 2 more weeks. We'll get you fixed up. You can help Greg skin the possum.

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Old 03-03-2013, 08:23 PM   #17
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:30 PM   #18
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I just sent deposit for first trip out, leave April 1st for Lancaster, Pa, still trying to work out how and where everything is, this will be my first trip. Very nervous driving a trailer one foot wider than I am use too and going back to a single axel. We camped every year at Melville Pond in RI and the little RV park in Newport, love going up there.
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:46 PM   #19
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I just sent deposit for first trip out, leave April 1st for Lancaster, Pa, still trying to work out how and where everything is, this will be my first trip. Very nervous driving a trailer one foot wider than I am use too and going back to a single axel. We camped every year at Melville Pond in RI and the little RV park in Newport, love going up there.
You will be fine. Our first trip for this year is in a couple of weeks to Gettysburg. I like Lancaster - it is laid back, and quiet.
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:52 PM   #20
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I just sent deposit for first trip out, leave April 1st for Lancaster, Pa, still trying to work out how and where everything is, this will be my first trip. Very nervous driving a trailer one foot wider than I am use too and going back to a single axel. We camped every year at Melville Pond in RI and the little RV park in Newport, love going up there.
RI is beautiful! Congrats on your new Airstream, I am sure you will adjust to the additional length and size easily.
Have fun!
Soon you will celebrating your one year anniversary.
Just don't get bored....
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Old 03-03-2013, 10:45 PM   #21
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If you are bored, you just need to start loading for the next trip. Maybe plan on where you will go next. Just have fun
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Old 03-04-2013, 03:36 PM   #22
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Well Bruce what you really need is to wake up to 30 degrees,we spent the last few days in Cedar Point NC Tonite we are in Hollywood SC a little warmer, tomorrow we head into Charleston SC to sight see and have some fresh seafood, in a couple of days we head to Edisto Beach then Savannah GA.. If you are still bored hook up the trailer and go someplace else, lots to see out there. Food Lion sells wine and beer.
See you guys at Carowinds. Greg & Bonnie
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:22 PM   #24
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Well Bruce what you really need is to wake up to 30 degrees,we spent the last few days in Cedar Point NC Tonite we are in Hollywood SC a little warmer, tomorrow we head into Charleston SC to sight see and have some fresh seafood, in a couple of days we head to Edisto Beach then Savannah GA.. If you are still bored hook up the trailer and go someplace else, lots to see out there. Food Lion sells wine and beer.
See you guys at Carowinds. Greg & Bonnie
Well now,
"I'm bored" was more a passing moment that happened while we were waiting out the cold and wind here yesterday. We walked 5 miles today and spent the afternoon kayaking to Shell key and back. Saw lots of bird life, porpoise, rays, lots of fish and even some other kayakers. Life is actually pretty nice here in DeSoto.....

We just grilled chicken and fresh asparagus that we had with some pesto and tortellini. Life is good again.....
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Boy am I glad you snapped out of it! My family grew up camping at Ft. DeSota and we can claim at least 150-200 nights there. I worked just north on St. Petersburg Beach and it was closer for the family to stay at Ft. DeSota on summer vacations than for me to travel home to Clearwater. We never had a bad day there! Our family has the distinction of being the very first group to ever camp there in a pop-up camper, as the original set-up was for tents only. I had to talk the Pinellas County Director of Parks (Jim Works) into it by convincing him our pseudo "Florida Camper" was nothing more than a tent on wheels. Fortunately I had a business relationship with Jim and that helped. That was way back in the early '70's. The company I worked for built the original Gulfside fishing pier that overlooks Egmont Key. My career moved on to Maine and, when it came time to retire, Florida had changed too much to appeal to me as a place to live full-time. Enjoy your stay and say hello to the 'coons for me!
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We could suggest that you go clean your shoe closet but we know that wouldn't take long would it?
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Do you carry your kayak with you? If so what kind do you have?

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Do you carry your kayak with you? If so what kind do you have?

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We carry 2 Kayaks on our Track Rack setup on the F 150. Dorsey has a Valley Anis Acuta. Anas Acuta | Valley Sea Kayaks

I have a Seda Ikkuma. Seda Kayaks - Ikkuma 17

Here we are getting ready to leave snowy RI for warmer FL!

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