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Old 09-01-2016, 07:07 PM   #1091
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Jellystone - Warrens, WI - August 2016.....It was a great fall weekend in Wisconsin with Temps in the 60's all weekend


We love Warrens and go once a year with a group, we went on 8-12, 13, 14, rained on the 12th. other days were great!!!!!
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Old 09-01-2016, 07:51 PM   #1092
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Well my first post went well ....... We are newbies at camping. We got our TT in March and started going once a month. We enjoyed it so much in July we upped it to every other week. We have been going to local State parks, those within about a 3 or 4 hour drive. The earlier post was from Lake Tawakoni State Park the weekend of July 28th.

This is at Cleburne State Park the weekend of August 12th ish.......
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Old 09-01-2016, 07:59 PM   #1093
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Catching up on camp sites lol...

This is from last weekend at Huntsville State Park... It was rainy but we still had fun....
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Old 09-01-2016, 08:07 PM   #1094
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Old 09-01-2016, 08:21 PM   #1095
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Well my first post went well ....... We are newbies at camping. We got our TT in March and started going once a month. We enjoyed it so much in July we upped it to every other week. We have been going to local State parks, those within about a 3 or 4 hour drive. The earlier post was from Lake Tawakoni State Park the weekend of July 28th.

This is at Cleburne State Park the weekend of August 12th ish.......
We love Cleburne! Also enjoyed Daingerfield, especially in the fall.
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holy smokes, looks like an office building with all the windows.

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Old 09-02-2016, 12:21 AM   #1097
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Beautiful area! We were in Whitebreast couple weeks ago and want to do showed Station sometime.




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You should check it out. Been to both and like Howell Station better. Great sights on river if u can get one


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Old 09-02-2016, 01:40 AM   #1098
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We headed up the road to Charleston, SC. We stayed at James Island Park Campground and loved it so much that we extended our stay from Tuesday until Friday (I lie- our slide freaking broke and was stuck in the out position; had to get a motor and mobile RV tech to get it in... now it's stuck *IN*). BUT, it was a beautiful park with a ton going.

We visited Fort Sumter while we were there. This was a great tie-in to our Civil War lessons that we are doing right now.
We love Charleston. The wife and I lived there for a few years back in the mid-90s when I was in the Air Force. We were just back there the first week of August. We didn't camp though because the kids were with us. They're not into camping AT ALL, so when we bought a new camper this year, we got one JUST big enough for the two of us. Rented a house in Mt. Pleasant. Didn't get to James Island this trip, but we did visit friends who live on John's Island, right "next door." Also went to Ft. Sumter (again). Did you go to Patriots Point? I highly recommend that.



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We love Charleston. The wife and I lived there for a few years back in the mid-90s when I was in the Air Force. We were just back there the first week of August. We didn't camp though because the kids were with us. They're not into camping AT ALL, so when we bought a new camper this year, we got one JUST big enough for the two of us. Rented a house in Mt. Pleasant. Didn't get to James Island this trip, but we did visit friends who live on John's Island, right "next door." Also went to Ft. Sumter (again). Did you go to Patriots Point? I highly recommend that.

What's funny is back in April, we stayed at a farm in John's Island. As we drive to James Island, we finally realized how close the two were!

We didn't got to Patriots Point, though I've heard good things about it. We were only supposed to be in Charleston for just a couple days w/ only 1 sight-seeing day. We went to Fort Sumter, did a carriage tour ride, and went out to dinner. Even with extending our stay, I was working and fighting the camper.

We do definitely want to go back!
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