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Old 12-29-2011, 10:02 PM   #21
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63 here in Reno today but we really have cabin fever.

Just three hours South will put you into the 70's.
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Old 12-29-2011, 10:34 PM   #22
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Just three hours South will put you into the 70's.
Trouble is we probably won't get out until April...hopefully in our new rig which isn't ordered yet.

All of us are not retired yet...just me.
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We took the grand kids out yesterday for an outing at Brazos Bend State Park in Texas and the campgrounds were pretty much full with trailers, tents, and motorhomes. Neither DW nor I have ever seen so many Casitas before! There must have been at least 30 or more.

The temp here was in the mid 60s yesterday and today, it's supposed to hit 70.
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Old 12-30-2011, 09:30 AM   #24
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We took the grand kids out yesterday for an outing at Brazos Bend State Park in Texas and the campgrounds were pretty much full with trailers, tents, and motorhomes. Neither DW nor I have ever seen so many Casitas before! There must have been at least 30 or more.
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..and when the Casita club has a rally, they usually do take up the park. We once joined a Casita rally at (of all places) Lake Casitas in California. There was something like 25 Casita's. Does look kinda kewl to look around and see many of the same make of rv. The Casita forums are pretty active (two actually). Somewhere in the continental US, someone is planning a rally, usually regional. Here at JOF we also have a forum for those that would like to initiate interest in a rally. You folks in Texas are many... I bet that would be a great place to have a Spring or Summer Rally....

We're hoping to pack up the tt sometime in January to camp for a couple of weeks. It'll be cold, but we miss taking off
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We just got back from taking the kids and grand kids to Foley AL. http://www.anchorsaweighrv.com/. We are getting ready to put the camper up for the winter. Expecting to get it out late February / Early March. It's good to live in the hot humid south.

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Old 01-03-2012, 10:07 PM   #26
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Wooo Hoooo....started making my reservations for next year.....

A week in Petit Jean State Park Arkansas in March...cant wait....better start getting ready now
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Old 01-19-2012, 11:04 PM   #27
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Damb its -24*C here with a -34*C wind chill. The crackling fireplace makes me think of camping. But thats as far as it goes. Have fun all you southerners.
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Is -34*C cold? We southerners dont know much about those "C" temps but it doesnt sound too good!

Spring will be here before you know it!!
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It is equal to -29*F
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I feel alot warmer now as it is only -2*F in Michigan
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