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Old 06-25-2022, 05:58 PM   #2081
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In Door County, Wisconsin at a truly memorable Harvest Host site. We're on a nice deck overlooking a lake with a fire ring. We are alone in a ten acre meadow. If we only used HH for one night, this is worth it.
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Old 06-28-2022, 03:24 PM   #2082
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Hilton Head National RV park and golf resort. WOW!!! A new twist to Glamping, may have to redefine. Incredibly nice pads, absolutely no dirt anywhere. manicured grounds. Hookups where they need to be, cable and WIFI. They advertise you can stream on 3 TV's per camper! Just got here yesterday evening, so lots to see. I think 2 pools, clubhouse with a gym. It is a bit pricey, but it sure is nice. As of Wednesday evening it was pretty empty, and it is not small. We will see as we approach the weekend.
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This place is very very nice as well as very expensive. Mama has booked it for next year already. Either it is because of the fact it is brand new, or price? but they are ONLY booked 80% for the 4th of July weekend. The Staff is wonderful, most of them live on site with their campers
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Old 06-28-2022, 05:51 PM   #2083
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Glacier National Park. Going to the Sun Road still closed as they have 25' of snow & a couple of Avalanches to clear. Oh well, it gives us a reason to come back next year LOL. You can go partially up on both entrances. Many Glaciers area is opened all the way in & what great scenery with all the Glaciers & snow.

Rivers are running high but I'll still be out there Fly Fishing.
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Old 06-28-2022, 07:01 PM   #2084
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Glacier National Park. Going to the Sun Road still closed as they have 25' of snow & a couple of Avalanches to clear. Oh well, it gives us a reason to come back next year LOL. You can go partially up on both entrances. Many Glaciers area is opened all the way in & what great scenery with all the Glaciers & snow.

Rivers are running high but I'll still be out there Fly Fishing.
Same happened to us a few years ago. If you are on the west end you should be able to drive up to the Avalanche Lake trail. Great hike with more beautiful scenery.
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Old 06-28-2022, 07:03 PM   #2085
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First night of our ten night trip at Spacious Skies in Luray, VA. We are here until Friday and then down to Fancy Gap, VA right off the Blue Ridge Parkway.

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Old 06-28-2022, 07:59 PM   #2086
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Same happened to us a few years ago. If you are on the west end you should be able to drive up to the Avalanche Lake trail. Great hike with more beautiful scenery.
Thanks, did the hike yesterday. There is some flooding on the Avalanche lake trail but it is doable. They had amazing Snowfall totals here this year. Same issue with Yellowstone NP, record rain but record Snow fall.
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Old 06-29-2022, 03:58 AM   #2088
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At our favorite northern MN spot on Paradise Island.
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Old 06-29-2022, 08:23 PM   #2090
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We just got back from almost 3 weeks in Florida. I just tested positive myself. Felt a little funny on the last leg of the trip.

I'll be camped out an additional few days here in the camper in the driveway.
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Old 07-01-2022, 02:10 PM   #2091
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We are in Fancy Gap, VA right off the Blue Ridge Parkway and Interstate 77 in Southern VA. Campground is about full now for the holiday weekend.
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Chemin a Haut SP in Nothernmost La. Humidity in the 60's, highs in the mid to upper 90's, gonna be a steambath but still better'n work.
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Chemin a Haut SP in Nothernmost La. Humidity in the 60's, highs in the mid to upper 90's, gonna be a steambath but still better'n work.
We will be in a sauna too down in Rockport Texas. High tomorrow is 93 with heat index of 107. Hopefully we will get in at least half a day of fishing, some R&R and some good seafood.
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Heading to Estes Park by way of Amarillo. Two nights right off Route 66 while our daughter is finishing up Band Camp and then off to the mountains! It'll be good to escape this Texas heat for at least a little while.
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Heading to Estes Park by way of Amarillo. Two nights right off Route 66 while our daughter is finishing up Band Camp and then off to the mountains! It'll be good to escape this Texas heat for at least a little while.
Hate to break it to you, it's going to be at least 100 degrees every day for the next 10 days in Amarillo. Sure, the humidity isn't very high, but the wind blows and it's like a blast furnace. You staying at the Big Texan or Ft. Amarillo?
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I know there's definitely no escape from the hear in Amarillo though they did get rain yesterday, it's 104 at home today northwest of Houston. It's just the stopping point to pick up our daughter from camp in Canyon. Staying at Oasis RV right by the Cadillac Ranch, then at Elk Meadows in Estes Park.
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