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Old 03-15-2015, 08:14 AM   #11
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Old 03-15-2015, 08:14 AM   #12
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Only ice you'll see in Key Largo is in your glasses! Enjoy!!
Thanks I plan on it. Been a hard winter and I'm over it.
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Robkelly- When you guys go to the cape, when do you typically go over the bridge? Late at night? early morning? I'd love to camp on the Cape but the idea of the bridge and traffic have kept me from doing it. (We go the White Mtns and Maine coast from NH)
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I'm sitting on a tugboat in the ice filled Hudson River. Been a long cold tough one. I'm itching so bad to get home its killing me. Cause on April 3 me and my son are headed to Key Largo for a week of scuba diving. A spent the last week I was home finishing up maintenance on our new (to us) tow vehicle and getting the TT ready. Only thing left to do is flush out the water lines. Been a really cold winter offshore, and I am so looking forward to some palm trees 75 water and few lazy days of sunshine. Got a real bad case of channel fever right now and still got 17 more days on this steel monastery.

Is anybody else ready to stretch out and hit the road?
Cannot wait myself for our first trip camping. Where in Key Largo are you scuba diving? A couple of years ago my son worked at the a scuba place in the Keys for the winter.
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Old 03-15-2015, 01:01 PM   #15
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Robkelly- When you guys go to the cape, when do you typically go over the bridge? Late at night? early morning? I'd love to camp on the Cape but the idea of the bridge and traffic have kept me from doing it. (We go the White Mtns and Maine coast from NH)
I generally work from home, and start very early on Fridays so we can start the weekend a bit sooner. We're generally over the bridge by 3:30 or 4:00. There is usually a bit of a backup, but nothing major.
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We are also looking forward to the beginning of camping season. We camp up the cape from April through October. Took a ride to the campground today. Lots of snow needs to start melting.

We also have to wait for the new camper to be built and delivered.
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Old 03-15-2015, 06:09 PM   #17
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I am ready for the warm weather and camping to begin... Got a trip to up the creek campground near pigeon forge tenn planned for April 19th... First long journey ... Well sort of long but long to me over 500 miles from fort Wayne in ... With the new tt being 39 ft long and 10000 pounds plus it ought to be an adventure but what's life without an adventure or two
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Old 03-15-2015, 08:13 PM   #18
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Right now we have two days of diving 2 dives each day planned. We are with Rainbow Reef. We will be doing exclusive reef dives with no wrecks. Open to another day or two of diving but we are gonna play it by ear. We also plan to spend one day looking for alligators in the Everglades. Other than the two days reserved we plan to do the rest of the week off the cuff.
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Can't wait to get the camper hooked up....
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I have been out once already! Trout fishing. Ready to go again.
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