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Old 05-17-2008, 09:21 PM   #1
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Memorial Day Weekend 2008 - Your Plans?

I started this thread last year too, so where is everyone
going this Memorial Day weekend?

(I've been on this forum a year already?)

Well, as for my plans we are camping at
Camp Lord Willing. Same as last year
they have full hook up so I can de-winterize
while I am there.

Staying Saturday, Sunday, and Monday however,
I have to work afternoons during this period.
Hubby and the kids get to play without me.
CLW is also doing a potluck on Sunday Evening
free of charge just bring a dish to pass.

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Old 05-17-2008, 10:24 PM   #2
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I am going to pull the camper to a friend's cabin on the lake. They had a camper at one time and set up full-hookup capability there so I am going to meet them there on Friday!!! Bonus... it is only 10 minutes from my house but secluded enough to feel like I am away from home. Also, my neice has her dance recital Friday night so I get to camp and see my only neice dance. Life is a blessing.
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Old 05-17-2008, 10:49 PM   #3
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We are going to Manatee Springs state park in central/gulf side of Florida, about 1 or 2 miles from the mouth of the Suwannee river, where that empties into the Gulf of Mexico. We'll bring our inflatable kayak, and our mask, snorkels, and fins to swim in the crystal clear springs. This is a first magnitude spring, meaning it puts out over 100,000 gallons of water daily. We live in Jax.,so it's almost 100 miles one way for us. We can't wait! Randy P.S. t's been averaging 85 degree days in Fla.!!
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Old 05-17-2008, 11:01 PM   #4
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We are going to Manatee Springs state park in central/gulf side of Florida, about 1 or 2 miles from the mouth of the Suwannee river, where that empties into the Gulf of Mexico. We'll bring our inflatable kayak, and our mask, snorkels, and fins to swim in the crystal clear springs. This is a first magnitude spring, meaning it puts out over 100,000 gallons of water daily. We live in Jax.,so it's almost 100 miles one way for us. We can't wait! Randy P.S. t's been averaging 85 degree days in Fla.!!

we are headed to La Florida
to pick up the grandkids and be at eh going away party for a dear friend who will be deployed to the naval base at cuba as the commanding officer
should be lots of war stories and "AH MANS"



then is off the south texas to broil and see my sis who is celebrating her half century on this earth, she walked with moses
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I've extended my Memorial Day Weekend to 7 days...5 of which we'll host guests at the seasonal lot. (hopefully...modifying the deck!)

Let's not forget the meaning of Memorial Day...whatever your plans are. I encourage everyone to honor those that gave all...so the world could be a safer place. If you've never been to a cemetery on Memorial Day, or heard the thunder of a 21 gun salute...followed by Taps...I encourage you to go.
Have a happy, SAFE Memorial Day weekend campers!

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Old 05-18-2008, 01:01 PM   #6
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We will finish up getting the house, yard and garden ready for summer. Then when the trailer gets here in July...party party party!

Oh, yeah, might scrounge up camping stuff and finish up the delivery trip planning!
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Good reminder about remembering past and current fight for freedow, I would like to thank everyone that have serve to protect and sustain the freedoms we enjoy.

we plan to take the grandson and camp at beach for a week. this is the third time we have used the new camper, so far so good.

enjoy
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I've extended my Memorial Day Weekend to 7 days...5 of which we'll host guests at the seasonal lot. (hopefully...modifying the deck!)

Let's not forget the meaning of Memorial Day...whatever your plans are. I encourage everyone to honor those that gave all...so the world could be a safer place. If you've never been to a cemetery on Memorial Day, or heard the thunder of a 21 gun salute...followed by Taps...I encourage you to go.
Have a happy, SAFE Memorial Day weekend campers!

And don't forget to fly the U.S. Flag high above your camper.
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Old 05-18-2008, 07:13 PM   #9
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Mom and Dad sold the place I grew up with the 3 acre yard and are moving around the corner to a new house that it will take longer to get the mower out and start it than it will to cut the yard.

I am helping them move starting Wednesday.

So my camping will be in the side yard for sure.


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Old 05-18-2008, 09:09 PM   #10
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Going to Pinewood Lodge in Plymouth Mass. Leaving Thursday night, coming home on Monday. this is our second year doing it, but went with my dad in his camper for a couple of years prior. I guess it is now a family tradition, for now at least LOL
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