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Old 02-25-2016, 04:24 PM   #81
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Yes, very tricky for those of us in FL to get a campsite for a weekend break, since they're all booked up with all of you snowbirds ;-)

Trying to find somewhere for a nice long weekend next month

Don't blame me this year ~~ we came home about 10 days ago.

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Old 02-25-2016, 08:48 PM   #82
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Congrats on the new property. I do want to bring up a point on the easement you have. While this is still fresh, make sure that you have a proper easement agreement and not just permission to cross.
Thanks PenJoe for the heads-up but I don't have to worry about that. The drive is a right-of-way that is part of my land, not an easement. It is shown on the property survey that was done a week prior to closing. It was shown on the original survey as well when it to was parceled up to grand kids after a family death.

That was a concern of the prior owner as well so he was sure to have it shown and included in the property when he bought it. If it had not been part of the property... I would not have bought it. I have heard too many horror stories of easement issues. I don't need any part of that.
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Old 02-25-2016, 09:35 PM   #83
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Looking forward to Easter weekend for first trip this year. Ordered 4 new tires for 5th wheel today. Get it out of winter storage this weekend to bring home and start prepping it.
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Old 02-26-2016, 08:47 AM   #84
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We managed to dodge the bullet yesterday. We had two rotating cells come across our area. According to the NWS, one of them came right over the top of us. Both of our cell phones gave us a tornado warning. We sheltered in place. This is supposed to be the Sunshine State.

Both of these cells touched down as about 3 miles from us. One damaged a bank roof and the EF 1 significantly damaged 25+ homes. Winds were estimated at 90 mph.

At times, the old tractor and blower seem like better options. Or, sit back with a cup of hot chocolate and watch it melt.
I heard there were some 50 or so Tornados in the South,,,
And you are right about Old Tractor & Blower,,, it started right up and did a fine job moving the Wet/Heave Snow !!!
But the operator needed 2 or 3 Bloody Marys,,, Don't do chocolate !!!
LMAO !!!
Hope all is well in the South !!!
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This has been a fun thread to read!!
Our first trip this year will be to the FROG Tadpole Rally in Indiana in May! Hope some of you will be there! I can't wait to get camping!


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This has been a fun thread to read!!
Our first trip this year will be to the FROG Tadpole Rally in Indiana in May! Hope some of you will be there! I can't wait to get camping!
With both of you retired, come to the Mayberry Rally and then drop on down to D&D B&B.
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My first trip for the season is in 20 days......SO EXCITED
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I'm burning with the fever to start my camping outings. I understand some like the all inclusive Carribean Resorts. And so do we. But something about the great outdoors and beauty of Mother Nature. It is such a stress reliever, and most families thoroughly enjoy the adventure. I'm happy just chilling with our music, campfire, some drinks and being with my honey. And our friends always love the experience. True that you get pampered at a resort, and camping does require some work and effort. But...... It's worth the payback of a wonderful experience. I will always choose camping over a resort. A although We do like both. Click image for larger version

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