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Old 05-21-2014, 02:19 PM   #11
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My wife and I were headed home late afternoon today, about 1600 (4 p.m. for you civilian types) and saw a Georgetown, what appeared to be a 351 on Beltline Rd with 'North Cackilack' plates (North Carolina) . Thought we would put a note on here and see if it belongs to anyone of the FRF / F.R.O.G. members on here.
Brings back so many memories...Beltline rd. I grew up in Mesquite...went to North Mesquite High School and have been stuck between Chicago and Iowa since.
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Brings back so many memories...Beltline rd. I grew up in Mesquite...went to North Mesquite High School and have been stuck between Chicago and Iowa since.

Still a great place to live, our daughters graduated from Ralph Poteet
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JimF... Where in Mississippi did you see the Georgetown's. We live in Meridian and I am yet to see one in the entire state. I was thinking we were alone.
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Still a great place to live, our daughters graduated from Ralph Poteet
Very cool...my older brother (by 2yrs) was in the first class that attended Ralph Poteet.
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Old 05-21-2014, 11:53 PM   #15
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So we miss-read the plate, it was South Cakilac not North

Twas YOU we saw......nice rig
Thank You. Spent the day yesterday taking a VIP tour of Cowboy stadium, went to the Bush Library today, and heading to Monroe in the morning
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JimF... Where in Mississippi did you see the Georgetown's. We live in Meridian and I am yet to see one in the entire state. I was thinking we were alone.
We try to make a trip out to Texas every other year or so and usually stop in Meridian at Benchmark RV park. Stopped there on the way out this time. Not sure on trip back yet.
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We try to make a trip out to Texas every other year or so and usually stop in Meridian at Benchmark RV park. Stopped there on the way out this time. Not sure on trip back yet.
We stopped at Benchmark on the way to Ft Benning last month, pretty nice place for an overnight park....EASY in and out

If your in no need of a fancy place and you get tired around Vicksburg, you might try Rivertown Campground, definitely not fancy but a decent overnight spot....level gravel sights...easy in and out....quiet...the Hostess is very nice.....no trees, none, nada, zip, zero....all pull-thru.....it's a Passport America park if you are members. south on 61 a few miles off I20 (have to do a U-turn on 61 to get to it) we did it in our rig with a toad
One very key thing if you do stay at Rivertown, make 'sure' you have plenty of sewer hose....hook ups are at the rear of the pull-thrus, took us a little over 30'
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