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Old 11-27-2006, 11:10 AM   #11
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We had a great trip. Temps today are 62F. It was 56F this morning and should be 77F afternoon.

Most photo were taken early morning. It is the hight of Deer season and lots of folks this weekend were in the stand until noon or so.
Usually, like us, most will gather at one persons camper for drinks and meals. I didn't load all of the photos I took. I could have taken more shot in the afternoon. Most of the times we've been there, the streets were filled with people walking and kids riding bikes.
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Old 11-27-2006, 04:54 PM   #12
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Well Bear I think you know where I have been. but for the rest of the members.

About 5 years ago I opened www.harleydavidsonbikers.com and met many GREAT people and had a GREAT site and in 2005 We had a database crash and I let some fool talk me into going in partners on a new site. Well a few weeks ago the KAKA hit the rotating oscilator and I have been getting HDB back up and running with the help of many GREAT friends. This past weekend We went to the lake and chilled and I will be back around here more now as all is stable at the new harleydavidsonbikers.com

Thanks to all for the support during my mia

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Old 11-29-2006, 04:00 PM   #13
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Sorry, I was off camping!

Just got back from St. Augustine. Getting to be the nice time of year to camp here (again, sorry!). Temps were in the low 70s during the day, 50s at night, perfect. Temps now back up to low 80s here.

I posted details & pics of the CG here: http://www.2manytoyz.com/staug.html

Got another trip scheduled to Ft. Clinch the week after Christmas, and other trip to St. Augustine (different CG) with two other families in Feb.

Mods to the camper, backup camera, and XM radio install, in work...
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Old 01-21-2007, 02:14 PM   #14
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Working...holidays...dreaming of spring

That's where this Minnesotan has been.

Damn snow and cold! I haven't done any cold-weather mods so I really can't do much in the wintertime.

Planning a July trip to the Rockies though!

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Old 01-21-2007, 09:13 PM   #15
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Hey WWTT29FKSS, I'm in MN too and know what you mean about the cold and snow...
Kind of ridiculous, but I was going thru too much propane attempting to keep the 'new' TT at a workable temp.
Was pulled away lately due to work and other items...

Mods started or on the list before the season arrives:
- bank of rechargeable flashlights
- add 12v outlet(s)
- storage space increases
- Step and interior 'nav' lights (all LED, and remote controlled too... I hope)
- custom bunk ladder
- not really a mod, but I need to build some chocks and levelers
- many other minor 'improvements'
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:05 AM   #16
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I just pulled in to Dawson Creek BC, mile 0 Alaska Highway, you want to talk snow??? It took me 14 hrs of driving today on crappy roads to get here. COME ON SPRING
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Old 01-22-2007, 08:19 PM   #17
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Hey Bear, I used to live in Alaska, and when my father relocated back in `79, the Alcan highway was all dirt roads

Fondest (or not so fond) memory of that trip was helping Dad change the inside dual somewhere in Montana, in 40 below weather, on the side of the road with a several hundred foot drop about 3 feet away.

We made sure we didn't lose any lug nuts!
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Old 01-22-2007, 09:59 PM   #18
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I lived in Fort St John from 1969 untill 1993. I have fond?? memories of the Alaska Highway as a dirt/mud road. It sure is better now
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Well, in my neck of the woods, the only thoughts about my trailer is whether the wind of the last nor'easter was strong enough to sweep the snow off the roof!. But yeah, the ol' bug is biting bad. REALLY looking forward to May. And to all the dear friends above who asked "What snow?" and were kind enough to share their current temps.... I'd tell you what I think, but my fingers are freezing! heehee

On the plus side, our cushions will look new YEARS longer with our camping season.
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Old 02-12-2007, 03:54 PM   #20
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Sorry, I was out camping AGAIN. http://www.2manytoyz.com/ftsumt.html

And if that wasn't enough, I'll post pics again next week after our trip next weekend.
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