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Old 03-17-2012, 10:59 PM   #11
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At this time next week we will be in New Mexico for the week. Should be a good time, and very excited to take the new rig on a long distance run..not to mention letting the EZ-Flex show its true colors all the way!
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Old 03-18-2012, 12:04 AM   #12
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I'm heading out next week for 5 nights at the beach. This will be my longest trip yet. I'm the main caregiver for dad which means I got to find coverage when I'm gone.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:45 AM   #13
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The weather in the Northeast has been much warmer than average. We de-winterized and we are Camping at Normandy Farms in Foxboro Ma. This is our first trip with our new Sunseeker
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Old 03-18-2012, 09:04 AM   #14
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My son, Spartacus (dog) and I just got back from spending 7 nights and 8 days of camping, with lots of hiking and mtn biking.
We spent 5 nights at Cheaha State Park. (The highest point in Alabama) and 2 nights/3 days at Lake Lurleen State Park.
We all 3 are give out from all the hiking and mtn biking
But we hate to be back home and start the normal routine.

This was my son's last spring break, since now that he is a Senior in HS and ships off to BT in the Army just a few days after he graduates in May.

The 2904SS pulled OK loaded down.
The F250 would drop down to about 25 mph on the steep mtn grades.

I got the cap for my truck just a week before the trip. It worked great and I should have got one a long time ago! Was nice to just leave the mtn bikes and hiking gear in the truck and it all be secure and out of the weather.
Spartacus traveled well back there too.

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Set up at lake Lurleen SP


One of the many overlooks at Cheaha SP



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Spartacus playing in the creek at High Falls near the Pinhotie Trail


Sparky and I at McDill's PeaK


Taylor and Sparky at Cheaha Falls along the Silent Trail


5 Oaks Loop about halfway on my 18 mile ride on the Lake Lurleen Mtn Bike Trail
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This was last week at Joint Base San Antonio Recreation Area (formerly Randolph AFB or Ft. Sam Houston Recreation Area). My little brother got married on the 11th, so it gave us a good excuse to go camping close by.

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Old 03-18-2012, 11:33 PM   #17
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We got the LaCrosse out of the RV operating room Sat. and spent the weekend reloading, washing and cleaning the roof, so it will be ready to hit the road maybe next weekend for our first trip in it (kind of a shake down trip). Maybe go to Lynn County Park at LaCygne as it is nearby.

Hope everyone is looking forward to a fantastical year.
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We got back yesterday afternoon after spending four nights and days at Cedars of Lebanon State Park near Lebanon, TN. It was our first outing in our Puma, really enjoyed it, especially when it rained. We stayed close to home on our first trip, now to venture out into the world.
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Spent the last 2 weekends de-winterizing, washing, waxing, and cleaning roof - just in time to collect some pollen. We have 21 nights booked now through July 4. Now I have to plan where to go the rest of the summer/fall. Can't wait.
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