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Old 01-16-2012, 09:05 PM   #51
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Three week trip to Yellowstone in June. Can't wait to stop at every tourist trap from SC to ID!
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Old 01-16-2012, 09:33 PM   #52
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Here is a few of my RV trips for 2012.

1. Boondocking at Quartzsite AZ with friends
2. Boondocking at Lake Havasu AZ with friends
3. Full hookup at Del Mar Beach, Camp Pendelton CA.
4. Yellowstone Park
5. Grand Tetons

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Old 01-18-2012, 05:30 PM   #53
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Falls Lake Nc, Rolling View campground

KOA Smithfield NC, 4th of July

Ocracoke Island, dry camping at the NPS campground, awesome, all windows open breeze thru the camper all day/night

KOA Hatteras, on return trip from Ocracoke ( one night )

Jordan Lake NC, Poplar Point Campground

many nights at Porto Backyarda, cheap, good WiFi, nice fire pit, quiet.

New Years Eve in a buddies backyard 75miles from home, was kinda nice to not have to deal with driving home "after" the party.

COuple trips planned for this year all ready, first one end of Feb.
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:19 PM   #54
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Update 002.
The more my DW and I talk about it the trip gets longer.


1. Boondocking at Quartzsite AZ with friends 3 days
2. Boondocking at Lake Havasu AZ with friends 3 days
3. Puerto Penasco Mexico (Rocky Point) 2 weeks
4. Full hookup at Del Mar Beach, Camp Pendelton CA. 7 days
5. Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Calgary AB, Vancouver BC, Seattle WA, then ? 21 plus days and 4,000 miles


That is only to maybe the 1st of August.
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Old 02-01-2012, 02:37 AM   #55
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pismo dunes in April for 4 wheeling and atvs

rte 66 for 2 weeks in July - night 2 & 3 at the grand canyon, then as far east as we can get in a week, then home.

Sacramento delta in late Aug.

hopefully the rubicon in Sept, not sure if we'll bring the tt, or just tent camp it on the 3 day run.
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Old 02-01-2012, 11:01 AM   #56
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pismo dunes in April for 4 wheeling and atvs

rte 66 for 2 weeks in July - night 2 & 3 at the grand canyon, then as far east as we can get in a week, then home.

Sacramento delta in late Aug.

hopefully the rubicon in Sept, not sure if we'll bring the tt, or just tent camp it on the 3 day run.
Love the Pismo Dunes. I met my wife in Santa Maria and used to watch the submarine races from Pismo dunes.

Live just south of the Grand Canyon and we camped in Willimas RV park and took the train to the south rim. Nice.

Sacramento delta is also a great spot. I think it was the Pirates Cove marina and campground.

Having fun is the name of the game and is seem you have a few fun trips planned.
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Old 02-01-2012, 11:45 AM   #57
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Taking a slow trip to WY. Stopping off in TX. them CO. onto WY. from there to S.D. and who knows where from there. Leaving first weekend of June. Retirement is great.
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:00 PM   #58
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Love the Pismo Dunes. I met my wife in Santa Maria and used to watch the submarine races from Pismo dunes.

Live just south of the Grand Canyon and we camped in Willimas RV park and took the train to the south rim. Nice.

Sacramento delta is also a great spot. I think it was the Pirates Cove marina and campground.

Having fun is the name of the game and is seem you have a few fun trips planned.
We were looking at the CG with the train, you'd recommend that one? How hard is it to get reservations?
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Old 02-01-2012, 12:07 PM   #59
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Given this will be our first summer camping we're going to try and take it easy. Planning one trip per month from April to October, likely 2-3 nights per trip, all within a 200 mile radius from our home in Colorado Springs.

So far we've booked Heaton Bay SP for Memorial Day weekend. Also planning on Mueller SP, West Lake, and Estes Park. Any other suggestions?
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Old 02-01-2012, 01:24 PM   #60
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Planning on a week at Dolly Copp SP boondocking with a group fo friends allways a good time we do it every year.
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