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Old 05-28-2014, 07:04 AM   #11
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Now those are Eagle brochure shots for sure! Just beautiful!
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Old 05-28-2014, 07:11 AM   #12
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Now those are Eagle brochure shots for sure! Just beautiful!
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Thanks. We're lucky to be about an hour away from there.
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Old 05-28-2014, 08:56 PM   #14
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Is this an actual campground? If so, what would the name of it be please? We are about 3-4 hours away and it's beautiful. Thank you, Ted

Sorry, forgot to tell you, nice pics
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The first two pics are from 2 different campgrounds that have pit toilets and a couple water spigots. Tuttle Creek and Lone Pine. The last set of pictures are dry camping in the Alabama hills outside of Lone Pine at the base of Mt Whitney. The lake picture is Lone Pine Lake which is a 5.5 mile round trip hike up the MT Whitney trail. Gains 1700 (think around 8300-10000)feet in 2.5 miles. For the next couple months it'll be a bit warm out there in the hills at the lower elevation, however, this last weekend was perfect.
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The first two pics are from 2 different campgrounds that have pit toilets and a couple water spigots. Tuttle Creek and Lone Pine. The last set of pictures are dry camping in the Alabama hills outside of Lone Pine at the base of Mt Whitney. The lake picture is Lone Pine Lake which is a 5.5 mile round trip hike up the MT Whitney trail. Gains 1700 (think around 8300-10000)feet in 2.5 miles. For the next couple months it'll be a bit warm out there in the hills at the lower elevation, however, this last weekend was perfect.
Thank you! Probably will wait until early fall to hit that area, not a big fan of camping in the heat without hookups for the AC.
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Great photos... and a really nice looking rig! Happy and safe travels.
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Old 01-09-2016, 12:50 AM   #18
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Still having fun in the trailer. 1st year was 50 nights used. This year we'll be about the same most likely.
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What a great picture!!
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Still having fun in the trailer. 1st year was 50 nights used. This year we'll be about the same most likely.
What are the details on you're solar setup? Batteries, panel, charge controller, etc?

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