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Old 09-15-2014, 04:19 AM   #1
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I'm Outta Here

I'm leaving about daylight this morning from my host position back to my home base. The past 4 months has gone rather quickly, but I'm still ready to hook up. Actually just drive off. I hooked up last night and just need to pull in the slides, unhook and load the DirecTV dish, stow the shore power cord and I'm off. Now for one more cup of coffee first.
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Old 09-15-2014, 06:43 AM   #2
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Congratulations, Ed, on a successful summer of hosting. So, where to next? Home or traveling around for a while? And will you be hosting at the same CG next summer?

Happy/Safe Travels!
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Safe travels Ed. Will be going to St. Andrews last week of December.
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Congrats on a successful summer! Hopefully one day I will be able to be a camp host after I retire and spend a greater amount of time out camping. Have a safe drive back.
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Old 09-15-2014, 07:41 AM   #5
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Ed,

Safe travels on you way home

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It's nice to get back on the road again, isn't it. Enjoy the drive, Ed.
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Old 09-16-2014, 06:35 AM   #7
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It was nice getting back on the road for a few hours anyway. My home base site is only 250 miles from the park. After 4 months I was ready for a move especially after Labor Day. The park was much too quiet if there is such a thing.

I will be here at my home base for the next 10 days and then I'm off to Road Atlanta for the Petite le Mans race. I will be there for 5 days enjoying the racing as a spectator. Then back to my home base until December 21. Then I'm off to Orlando to camp next to my daughter and her family until December 27. Then back to my home base for a few days prior to starting a 2 month host position at a Corps of Engineers park. I have never hosted with the Corps before so we shall see how it goes. I will be back at St. Andrews on 5-15-2015 for my 5th summer.
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Hey Ed, Do not live to far from Orlando (Brandon). Send me a PM when you get there and maybe we can meet up for coffee or a beer.

One of those COE parks where they lock the gates at 10pm? Have to be in by then or can't get in until the next morning.
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Yes, one of those parks. Although it wouldn't be hard to drive around this gate if someone really wanted to.
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Yes, one of those parks. Although it wouldn't be hard to drive around this gate if someone really wanted to.
We stayed at one in Texas several years ago. It was not hard to drive around the gate...but you could get in trouble says the Park Ranger.
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