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Old 03-03-2012, 08:11 PM   #11
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The brunt of the storm missed our area entirely. Our house just got light rain, but tornado's were confirmed in IN and east OH with deaths and I'm thinking of the families today.
Good decision to not go and glad you and yours are safe.

Thoughts and prayers go out to all those that were affected.
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It is truely sad to see so much property damage. Now they have to deal with cold weather. I feel sorry for all those that are affected.
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Old 03-04-2012, 06:46 AM   #13
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Usually these things are pretty localized. For it to be so widespread and over many days, it is very unusual. This of course adds to the loss of life and property. Thoughts and prayers are with those who were affected.

I know you were really looking forward to going Kim and you are probably thinking, well it wasn't so bad here, we could have went. But I know I am glad you took the cautious route and are safe.

We a little bit of rain in the forecast for next weekend [subject to change, lol] with high 40s low 50s during the day. A little bit of rain is something I would still camp in. I will be hoping it will be pleasant weekend for you .

I would love a quick report back when you are done about the park and how it was there. Since we still haven't been anywhere, I am completely open to trying anything.
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:40 AM   #14
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I would love a quick report back when you are done about the park and how it was there. Since we still haven't been anywhere, I am completely open to trying anything.
Lady Ann, It's Hueston Woods & is a great place to spend a weekend whether you camp or not. We go hiking & mountain biking and hit the kid friendly beach. We only live approx 15 mins away.
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Storms passed through Missouri on Friday. We went camping and were the only ones in the whole campground. Made for a nice quiet first trip of the year.
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Just went on a side trip to check out Hueston Woods. Looks nice but most of Ohio state parks are. The boat restriction kills us my son's 120 hp bass boat would not be allowed. We like Salt Fork, but someone told me Dillon is just as nice. We have been to many of the Muskingham wathershed parks an the are nice as well. Findlay state park is the one we didn't like.
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Just went on a side trip to check out Hueston Woods. Looks nice but most of Ohio state parks are. The boat restriction kills us my son's 120 hp bass boat would not be allowed. We like Salt Fork, but someone told me Dillon is just as nice. We have been to many of the Muskingham wathershed parks an the are nice as well. Findlay state park is the one we didn't like.
We don't have a boat. I get seasick!! Lol! Will have to check out Salt Fork. Hoping to take many short camping trips this year. We're hitting Hocking Hills in April.
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