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Old 01-26-2011, 06:13 PM   #1
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Cabin Fever! Cant wait to camp!

I live in NY and there has been plenty of snow here. I cant wait to do some mods on TT and start the camping season. Thinking of Powder Horn Campground in Old Orchard Beach Maine, or Camp Hatteras in Outer Banks NC. Healthi got me thinking of going there after I saw pics. Anyone else dreaming of warmer weather and camping?
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:22 PM   #2
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I think we are all dreaming of warmer weather and camping. I hear there are places in Maine where you can pick out your lobster right off the boat and they cook it in a brick oven right on the wharf. Anyone know of a place like that?
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:52 PM   #3
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I`m dreamin` too, but that`s about all I can do until this weather breaks. I am actually camping this weekend though at our Boy Scout troop`s Klondike Derby. No trailer just my Kelty tent and -30 sleeping bag.
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:56 PM   #4
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I think we are all dreaming of warmer weather and camping. I hear there are places in Maine where you can pick out your lobster right off the boat and they cook it in a brick oven right on the wharf. Anyone know of a place like that?
I don`t have access to lobster here but we do cook and eat crabs that I caught when in season. Brought some to campouts and they were a big hit among friends and family alike. Ahhh, fresh steamed crabs, good company and camping! Hard to beat.

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Old 01-26-2011, 08:52 PM   #5
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I'm with you fellow camper I live in southern ky. it's been coldest& snowy winter in many years. Hope to retire this year may become snowbird.lol
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Old 01-26-2011, 09:46 PM   #6
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Our normal "average" high temperature in North Alabama runs around 54 degrees this time of year. Since before mid-December, we have had very few 54 degree days with some in the 20's and most in the 30's or 40's.

Wa-hooo, predicted high this Sunday 60 that is SIX ZERO! The first above average day in a long time. I play golf this Friday, predicted high 55 degrees and SUNNY! Help is on the way!!!:hihi:
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I'm with you kcconawa. My home base is south of Birmingham, but I'm hooking up this afternoon and heading over to Lake Mitchell for the weekend with some friends with a popup. It should be a great weekend and the forecast for Saturday is a high of 64. I'm ready for a change of scenery.
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Old 01-27-2011, 07:25 AM   #8
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I to can't wait for warmer weather here in central PA. Will be moving our Jayco G2 31BHDS to a permanent site at the end of March about an hour from the home ranch. Will be spending alot long weekends there. Will have a deck to build, round up rocks for a fire ring and just plain relax. Oh, did I mention trout fishing in the creek running in front of the RV.
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I to can't wait for warmer weather here in central PA. Will be moving our Jayco G2 31BHDS to a permanent site at the end of March about an hour from the home ranch. Will be spending alot long weekends there. Will have a deck to build, round up rocks for a fire ring and just plain relax. Oh, did I mention trout fishing in the creek running in front of the RV.
We have our Jayco TT as a "seasonal site" as well. We also have a deck, fire pit, little 10x10 shed for our peddle bikes, trailer with 3 x little boats, etc. etc. For us, we drive our mini-van there, enjoy and drive our mini-van back home. Much last costly then owning a Cottage. And when we get bored of a specific seasonal site, we simply hire a pickup and they move our TT to a different seasonal site. Thus, we don't have the high cost of owning an expensive to vehicle either. This works great for us....

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Man, I cannot wait to go camping this spring as well...

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Oh... I've got the itch so bad...

Well I looking down the barrel of getting to do my first trip soon. I'm trying to get the time and tires lined up today so I can get them replace and possible do my first trial camp out in Ontario, OR - Boise, ID area.

Been working so hard getting all the little bugs and things taken care of and inspected...
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