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Old 09-27-2013, 09:30 PM   #421
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Old coot sounds like you headed south for the winter! Enjoy
You got that right, when the temp gets down in the 40's, it's time to head farther south until it gets warmer in Concord.
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Old 09-27-2013, 09:49 PM   #422
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We are heading to the mountains in south Western Pennsylvania. Beautiful fall foliage. And several fall festivals. It has become a fall tradition for us...
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Old 09-27-2013, 09:51 PM   #423
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We are heading to the mountains in south Western Pennsylvania. Beautiful fall foliage. And several fall festivals. It has become a fall tradition for us...
Where in SW PA? I'm always looking for places fairly close to my area (Western MD). We'll be hitting Swallow Falls SP in Garrett Co, MD sometime soon,

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Old 09-27-2013, 11:35 PM   #424
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Was necessary for me to cancel last three trips and am out of commission till I finish my Chemo treatment. (Dec 26)
Planning on extended trip to Myrtle Beach in late Mar or early April with a side trip to Charlotte NC to visit some old friends.
Best regards on the chemo protocol. DW now in 3rd remission from NHL following a successful stem cell transplant.

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Old 09-27-2013, 11:48 PM   #425
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:03 AM   #426
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Where in SW PA? I'm always looking for places fairly close to my area (Western MD). We'll be hitting Swallow Falls SP in Garrett Co, MD sometime soon,

Larry
Headed for the Shenandoah National Park in 2 wks. Big Meadows Campground on Skyline Drive. Should be at peak fall foliage viewing according to the latest reports for that area. It's a family tradition every year
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Old 09-28-2013, 11:27 AM   #427
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Was necessary for me to cancel last three trips and am out of commission till I finish my Chemo treatment. (Dec 26)
Planning on extended trip to Myrtle Beach in late Mar or early April with a side trip to Charlotte NC to visit some old friends.
Wishing you success with and good health after your chemo, Joe.

I'm thinking our "big trip" next year will be to Myrtle Beach. DH wants to play golf there somethin' fierce!

Originally that was our reason for buying the RV. He's a social animal and I'm a bit of a recluse on weekends. Our plan was to combine our trips with his golf addiction. I could either golf with him (Lord knows I'm not patient enough for that four letter word game, so sometimes I just ride the cart) or get my solitude fix by walking the hiking trails around the various RV parks or just staying around the RV reading a good book until he returns from whatever course he plays.

Surprisingly so far he's been more interested in seeing local scenery/attractions than playing golf, but by golly as soon as we get home he grabs his sticks and heads for the CC!

P.S. He builds custom golf clubs and I wager I'm the only "sometimes player" with a full set of custom sticks. I've accused him of building my set just so he doesn't feel guilty 'bout all the *many* sets he's built for himself. Our guest bedroom has become his "stick museum".
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Thank you for your kind response. I hope to pick up my golf game when I get to Myrtle beach. I have a neighbor and fellow golfer who plans on bringing his A-Liner, and having a good time. He provides the music, a country and blues player, and I do the cooking. Works out well, DW is to frail with emphysema to accompany me on my sojourn, but encourages me to enjoy a few trips each year.
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We are staying at the Yogi bear campground in Mill Run. Pa. Approx 10 minutes from Ohio Pyle PA. There are4 campgrounds in the area. Lots of things to do in area. SEVEN SPRINGS SKI RESORT, flight 93 memorial and Ft Ligonier activities. Not to mention the beautiful fall leaves.
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Old 10-02-2013, 06:40 AM   #430
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Desoto State Park

This place in the fall is about as good as it gets. With the Desoto Falls close by, you get plenty of great pictures from the cliffs over looking the river below. The sites are all full hook-ups and with cable, most sites are pull thru's, always a joy when there is no hassle and having Ft. Payne, AL close by makes it nice too.
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