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Old 08-08-2015, 04:17 PM   #1
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We are at Goshen and sorta set up. Out in BFE and not loving it but oh well. We are next to another Berk and he isn't thrilled either. I can live with no sewer and 30 amp but do we really need to park Class A MH on the most unlevel two sites in the fairgrounds? We both just gave up and are living with a up hill non level site. Not my favorite start. Beer time.
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Old 08-08-2015, 09:51 PM   #2
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Do they try to get all the Berks together?
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Not at all. Not sure why but they spread us out. I don't know how they assign lots but we are in what they call the overflow. It wouldn't be a big deal if it was level or even close but it's not. Mostly I was to tired to mess with it anymore and gave up after an hour or so. I don't usually deal with unlevel sites and will just not except the lot. If I can't find a level lot I will move on to another CG. Obviously this is a different situation and with the FG full assigning lots is tough. I did see lots of empty full hook up sites empty yet so I'm not sure how they do it.
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Well that sucks.
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Can't blame you for not being a Happy Camper, Phil.
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I happy now. Went to the gun show with Marty and Tom. Nice afternoon.
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I happy now. Went to the gun show with Marty and Tom. Nice afternoon.

Nothing like looking at guns to make a man happy, buying them, even happier!!
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I happy now. Went to the gun show with Marty and Tom. Nice afternoon.
It's the next best thing to USING them!!!!

Just took my new Mossberg 500 out for a couple of shots. Not bad on the recoil, which surprised me since it has no shoulder stock; it's fired from the hip. Did one bird shot 3 inch magnum load and one 2.75 inch 00 buck. No difference in kick that I could notice.

I love the thing. Looks like an "assualt shotgun"; really badass.

My next purchase will be a police grade TASER, which I will carry EVERYWHERE I go. Just to many nut cases out there anymore for my tastes.

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It's the next best thing to USING them!!!!

Just took my new Mossberg 500 out for a couple of shots. Not bad on the recoil, which surprised me since it has no shoulder stock; it's fired from the hip. Did one bird shot 3 inch magnum load and one 2.75 inch 00 buck. No difference in kick that I could notice.

I love the thing. Looks like an "assualt shotgun"; really badass.

My next purchase will be a police grade TASER, which I will carry EVERYWHERE I go. Just to many nut cases out there anymore for my tastes.

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Love my Mossberg 500; take it when I head up into Grizzly country and keep it loaded with Brenneke 600 grain slugs
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Love my Mossberg 500; take it when I head up into Grizzly country and keep it loaded with Brenneke 600 grain slugs
That should take down most any big old nasty bear; especially if you have time to rack a second and maybe third shell.

I see there was a fatal mauling in Yellowstone over the week end. It's interesting because if you are in any area that is outside of the bears "marked" territory, they will literally walk right past you; that is NOT their territory and they respect yours. There are exceptions of course. YMMV.

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