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Old 09-08-2016, 09:51 AM   #31
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Man wish it was warmer year round here to keep the season going. Florida is to far to go to for a weekend with the camper even a week would be short. Need two weeks minimum to travel that far. We drove from NY to Virginia for a week and its a long drive with the camper. I towed it to North Carolina for a two week trip that was not bad. Long drive but worth it. I am not looking forward to the snow and ice and the road salt. I cant stand it. Wont pull my camper once it snows. Not because I'm afraid to drive, I wont pull my camper through the salt. Here is hoping to another mild winter.


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Old 09-08-2016, 11:21 AM   #32
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Oooohhh...........Summer camping. Sweat, crowds, and bugs. No thanks. Our season is just about to begin. We'll be going to Virginia pretty soon to see out daughter, son-in-law, and 2 precious grand kids. That will start our season off in the last part of October. Our season will end in May about when school lets out for summer. So far, I haven't figured out a procedure to "simmerize" our trailer.....

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