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Old 04-27-2015, 02:37 PM   #21
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I've never lived in Texas, but we have our share of tornadoes, hail, and foul weather here in Illinois, too. I watch the weather, right up until the day of departure. If they are calling for any severe weather (tornado possibilities), I stay home. If they are calling for a high probability of rain all weekend, I also stay home - simply because I don't want to pay a campground fee to sit inside and watch TV, burn the propane, and not have the ability to sit by the fire. I'll save my money for a weekend I can get outside the trailer and enjoy camping. That was doubly so when the kids were with us - they would eventually run out of constructive things to do and would get cranky about just sitting inside.


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Old 04-28-2015, 08:02 AM   #22
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Here in Vancouver if you do not go out in the rain. You will never get out. I have run into snow in May on some camping trips , The rain sound good on the top of the trailer.
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