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Old 05-11-2007, 09:31 PM   #11
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Never a bore! And we all still have fond and/or damp memories of our tenting days. Sounds like we have the same taste in campgrounds too. I do prefer the nice quiet ones.
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Old 05-11-2007, 10:16 PM   #12
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J.R. is a MUCH better of an ID than the other one! and WELCOME again

pull up a chair, kick back, have fun , and make some friends

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Old 05-11-2007, 10:19 PM   #13
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Thanks to everyone for welcoming me to the forum. I hope I can contribute. Milzat the campground in Morgan City gets high praises from the people I know who use it. Nice family place. I like more prinmitive camping like at Lake Kincaid in the Kisatchie National Forest or Elkmont in the Smokies or Shady Lake in Arkansas. We try to avoid big crowds and campsites that are too close together like the old sites at Fountain Bleu St. park. Nice eats at Tunks on Lake Kincaid. Praireville is nice and uncrowded but is growing very fast!!
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Old 05-11-2007, 10:32 PM   #14
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Aintgotnun, Milzat got me out of that predicament, very fast. Didn't like my e-mail all over the place.I have no skills in forum etc. Thanks again to Milzat. Welshman you'll have to tell me about your favorite places. parlez le Francais? Been to Banff? Now that's nice camping. I'd like to go back in our morohome.
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Old 05-11-2007, 11:06 PM   #15
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Un peu, mais not enough to brag about! A lot of acadian friends though. No I'm on the east coast. Banff is a loooong trek... New York-to-Vegas long!
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Old 05-12-2007, 08:30 AM   #16
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Aintgotnun, Milzat got me out of that predicament, very fast. Didn't like my e-mail all over the place.I have no skills in forum etc. Thanks again to Milzat. Welshman you'll have to tell me about your favorite places. parlez le Francais? Been to Banff? Now that's nice camping. I'd like to go back in our morohome.
Sorry, J.R.
That was Mike(MRimmer), the board owner.

Not to be confused with me(milzat), real name Michael, but I go by Mike also.
And Yes, Prairieville is a nice place, but growning way too fast. When we moved here in'94, there were lots of pasture and wood land. Now the cows and trees don't stand a chance. LOL.....

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Hey Mike I'm getting everyone confused, anyway thanks. How do I look at the message and reply. Like split screen or somthing. As you can see my comupter skills are limited or as they say challenged.
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Old 05-12-2007, 06:13 PM   #18
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Hey Mike I'm getting everyone confused, anyway thanks. How do I look at the message and reply. Like split screen or somthing. As you can see my comupter skills are limited or as they say challenged.
If you mean that you want to be able to see the post that you are replying to there are 2 ways to go about doing it.

1st is the quick reply. Directly below the post there is an open box labled "Quick Reply". Simply fill in your response and click the "Post Quick Reply" button.

2nd is to click the "Quote" button. That will then open the same "reply" window that you get when you click the "Post Reply" button with the exception that the previous poster's text will be included. Now, you can leave that poster's text quoted as I am in this post or after you have typed in your response you can just delete all of the quoted text.

Best thing to do is just play with it. Don't worry about breaking anything or looking silly. We all had to learn at some point. We're all friends here so no worries. Have fun.

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If you mean that you want to be able to see the post that you are replying to there are 2 ways to go about doing it.

1st is the quick reply. Directly below the post there is an open box labled "Quick Reply". Simply fill in your response and click the "Post Quick Reply" button.

2nd is to click the "Quote" button. That will then open the same "reply" window that you get when you click the "Post Reply" button with the exception that the previous poster's text will be included. Now, you can leave that poster's text quoted as I am in this post or after you have typed in your response you can just delete all of the quoted text.

Best thing to do is just play with it. Don't worry about breaking anything or looking silly. We all had to learn at some point. We're all friends here so no worries. Have fun.

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Thanks Greg, let's see if this works. Another question is; how do I get where I am now? Don't know what I did. Thanks for patience.
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Another question is; how do I get where I am now? Don't know what I did. Thanks for patience.
Well, 1st your mom and dad met. Then they...............

Oh wait, probably not what you meant huh?

Up at the top of the window are some links that are underlined. "Forest River Forums > General Discussion > Welcome Mat > introduction " The first one will take you back to the entire list of forums for browsing...

Hope that's what you meant.

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