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cleaning up our seasonal site

Unread postby mike54 on Sun Apr 06, 2008 6:31 pm

it felt great being outside camping this weekend.

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Re: cleaning up our seasonal site

Unread postby The Wood Tinker on Sun Apr 06, 2008 8:35 pm

Nice feeling huh? I love it....can't wait to go the end of the month. 8-)
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Re: cleaning up our seasonal site

Unread postby csham on Sun Apr 06, 2008 10:27 pm

I was outside this weekend too, but I wasn't camping :( . I did clean up the trailer and took it for a road trip to the dealer for inspection. Camping trips are coming real soon.
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Re: cleaning up our seasonal site

Unread postby Limey on Sun Apr 06, 2008 10:44 pm

Yup - I'm getting stir crazy! It was lovely here today, but forecast cold and wet/snow for the next couple of days. Our first trip is booked for two weeks from now. Going, whatever the weather, cuz we need a break! :)
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Re: cleaning up our seasonal site

Unread postby Carolina Cruiser on Mon Apr 07, 2008 8:10 am

We had rain all weekend here, but we already have made three trips this year and have trips the next two weekends. We are doing our best to hit fifty nights this year, but the problem is teenagers. One graduates and goes off to college this year, Football starts the last week of July. Of course it will not be long before it will just be me, the wife, and the Dogs. We probably won't know how to act with all the time on our hands going from five to none. We love the outdoors and camping and try to camp year round. It can get a little cold at times but that's OK too.
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Re: cleaning up our seasonal site

Unread postby campinfan on Mon Apr 07, 2008 9:14 pm

I need to clean up the outside of my house yet. Next year we are in line to get a seasonal where we camp. We could have gotten it this year but too many things made it not right at this time.
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Re: cleaning up our seasonal site

Unread postby lynlou14760 on Wed Apr 09, 2008 10:02 pm

I got a good start on cleaning up the yards, and around the house. Next are the apple trees, blueberry bushes, and strawberry patch. But before I get to that, we'll take the new 5er up to camp. Enough snow finally melted so we could get into the middle sites, where the some of the seasonal's stay. There's still a couple of inches of snow left in the most upper region, but I suspect that'll be gone by this weekend. (Until we get hit with one of our spring snow storms :cry: !

Man, ya gotta love the Northeast; this time of the year we keep our snow blowers and lawn mowers side by side in the garage or shed and just go with mother nature :P
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