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Old 02-28-2010, 07:16 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by TulsaSteve View Post
Excellent advice. I'll definitely do that. Thanks to everyone. Wife and I decided to do it for a year. We figure that if we do everything in the area, then we can move to a new lake in a year or two.

Worst case we don't get along with the neighbors or owners and we put her in drive and mosey down the road. I really love having a motorhome!
Good for you Steve, let us know how you like it. There is an RV park overlooking Lake Roosevelt above Grand Coulee Dam where we like to fish that has year long agreements for $2000. It includes water, power, wifi and they too allow you to put in a lawn, build a storage shed, put up a gazebo or a fence across the front of the site, real nice view too as it is about 100' above the lake. We would really consider this after we retire. Would love to know how it works out for you guys.


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