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Only one burned out light bulb.

Unread postby Rough2000 on Mon Mar 17, 2008 10:05 am

Took the Prowler out of storage this weekend. Checked out all the systems and only discovered one light bulb that didn't work. :D Always a good feeling when everything works. The rest of the weekend was spent "if it moved I sprayed it with WD-40, and if it didn't, it was cleaned and polished". Looking forward to heading to South Texas for a while when Arkansas goes through it's yellow season(pollen). I love the smell of formaldehyde...it means camping season is near. 8-)
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Re: Only one burned out light bulb.

Unread postby skipnchar on Mon Mar 17, 2008 11:07 am

LOL Sounds like a productive weekend anyway. Where do you like to go in Texas?
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Re: Only one burned out light bulb.

Unread postby Rough2000 on Mon Mar 17, 2008 3:17 pm

skipnchar wrote:LOL Sounds like a productive weekend anyway. Where do you like to go in Texas?


We're going to spend the month of April in Port Aransas. Kind of a neat little town...a mix of artsy and old fishing, quite a mix. In mid April they will be having Sandfest. I believe that is the name. It's where they build the real large sand castles and other sculptures. It will be our first time for this.
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Re: Only one burned out light bulb.

Unread postby skipnchar on Mon Mar 17, 2008 3:56 pm

We used to camp there when they had the free beach camping. Nice place and an interesting town for sure. They used to have a trolley that would drive up and down the beach and pick up campers and take them into town. Don't know if that's still going on or not. Have a great trip. / Skip
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Re: Only one burned out light bulb.

Unread postby Rough2000 on Mon Mar 17, 2008 4:52 pm

Last year the free trolley went to 25 cents. Still a bargin, however the trolley will shake your kidneys loose. I don't believe they have any shocks on the trolley. It stops at the campground (Pioneer Park) where we are staying. I have seen people camping on the beach...don't know if it is free. You do have to buy a $10 annual permit for car parking on the beach.
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