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Old 09-08-2018, 01:46 PM   #941
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We moved north a few miles to Waldport, OR. The KOA here is nice. Tight, but tall hedges separate the
sites to provide good privacy. Nice view from our site of Haceta Bay and bridge.
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Old 09-08-2018, 05:15 PM   #942
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Just left Ashaway RV Resort Rode Island. Our 295rsx was the 2nd one in the park. Met the owners Jim and Jane from Mass. I think this is our first time to park next to an identical model. Headed to Mystic Conneticut today for the annual food festival. This Conneticut camp makes the 47th state we've camped in since buying the 'Cat in Feb. 2015. As usual the DW continues to update the blog with more info Karen's Travel Blog
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Old 09-09-2018, 08:41 AM   #943
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Just left Ashaway RV Resort Rode Island. Our 295rsx was the 2nd one in the park. Met the owners Jim and Jane from Mass. I think this is our first time to park next to an identical model. Headed to Mystic Conneticut today for the annual food festival. This Conneticut camp makes the 47th state we've camped in since buying the 'Cat in Feb. 2015. As usual the DW continues to update the blog with more info Karen's Travel Blog
That is awesome, I don’t think you could ever get two 344QBs on the road at the same time much less even in the same park...I’m a firm believer that while one 344QB is rolling all the others are in the shop!!!

You know I had to replace the wall panels on a back wall where the bunk house is, now the half bath in the bunk house, the wall panels are all buckled and coming off...

Which State ( I’m guessing thes are all the lower 48) have you not been to yet...that is quite impressive...
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Old 09-09-2018, 08:43 AM   #944
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We moved north a few miles to Waldport, OR. The KOA here is nice. Tight, but tall hedges separate the
sites to provide good privacy. Nice view from our site of Haceta Bay and bridge.
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5er_tom, that is a nice little site there, I do like the hedges that separate the pads...nice pics, thanks for sharing...
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Old 09-09-2018, 12:06 PM   #945
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When we were in Hoquiam, WA a few weeks ago a 2019 295RSX pulled in next to us. It was their maiden voyage. Lots of similarities and lots of differences, but basically the same as our 2015. That unit was manufactured at the FR plant in Oregon.
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Old 09-09-2018, 03:41 PM   #946
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Never too early to plan for 2019 4th of July holiday. So, made reservations here for the week. Come join us. We will be on site 53S.

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Old 09-12-2018, 10:34 AM   #947
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We are no longer on the coast of OR. Yesterday we moved to the Columbia River Gorge on the WA side. We are in White Salmon at the Bridge RV Park. Small park, nice sites with decent spacing. Some road noise and RR tracks so we hear trains. Pull thru, 50amp, FHU.
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We moved to a different site in the CG. Lots of grass now and a good view of the RR tracks. Just need the rain to stop. Click image for larger version

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Old 09-13-2018, 11:29 AM   #949
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We stayed the KOA in Cascade Locks a few months ago on the other side of the river. Trains run on both sides. When we first heard the train go by we looked at each other and laughed. Whatta you gonna do....
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