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Old 01-22-2012, 07:29 AM   #1
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Winter Storage Blues!

We got about 5 inches of snow yesterday....
We have our 28BHS in storage at the KOA, and I'm wishing it were home.
Getting that camping bug, and would love to be having coffee in it this morning. The best argument I have for moving south, is that we can camp year round! Now how can ya argue that point!
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Old 01-22-2012, 07:44 AM   #2
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Yeah. I feel for ya. We went camping 2 weeks ago and keep the TT stored here on the property, so I can see it out my window and go check it out anytime! Spring will be here, eventually.
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snip..... Now how can ya argue that point!
You can't
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We are South and it is living, not camping for us.
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Old 01-24-2012, 06:36 AM   #5
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We got about 5 inches of snow yesterday....
We have our 28BHS in storage at the KOA, and I'm wishing it were home.
Getting that camping bug, and would love to be having coffee in it this morning. The best argument I have for moving south, is that we can camp year round! Now how can ya argue that point!
We store our TT in the driveway. Everytime I look outside I see it and start counting the days to go camping.
BTW which KOA do you store your TT at? I used to use the one in Newburgh, NY.
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Old 01-27-2012, 05:16 AM   #6
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Thats where it is..Newburgh KOA. We were there for the last weekend of the season and camped through that October snow storm..Got about 14 inches or so in the CG most everyone left, about 15 familes stayed in the entire CG but I could not get the camper out of the site due to all the trees being bent over. I went back the next weekend and just stored it there.
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Sitting here in my RV smiling feeling soooooooo sorry for you all..... Life is grand.. been camping since Oct 19.... wont be head home till April 1..
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Old 01-27-2012, 11:48 AM   #8
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Seann, do you even remember a Saskatchewan winter anymore?
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QUOTE=Seann45;54209]Sitting here in my RV smiling feeling soooooooo sorry for you all..... Life is grand.. been camping since Oct 19.... wont be head home till April 1..[/QUOTE]

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I can see snow in the mts to the North around Kingman. I really can't remember how it feels tho.
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