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Old 11-02-2013, 11:36 PM   #11
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Clarksville, just inside Greene County. For now at least.
We are from Brownsville we go to the Yough a lot.
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Old 11-02-2013, 11:41 PM   #12
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We are from Brownsville we go to the Yough a lot.
Sorry, I am originally from Southern Illinois and had to have my wife explain what the Yough was. We are SO going there.
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Old 11-02-2013, 11:45 PM   #13
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Sorry, I am originally from Southern Illinois and had to have my wife explain what the Yough was. We are SO going there.
Its better then Raccoon SP.How long have you been up here and how long you been camping.We been at the yough for a least 15 yrs
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Its better then Raccoon SP.How long have you been up here and how long you been camping.We been at the yough for a least 15 yrs
Been in PA since 2008. Most of that time in the hospital or laid up at home. 11 major surgeries in the last 3-1/2 years. Not a lot of opportunities for camping. As I stated in OP we are selling our stick home for one on wheels. After nearly 'Cashing in my chips' twice, I figure there's way too much out there left to see and do. Although I did camp quite a bit with my parents growing up in Utah, we couldn't afford anything but a tent. Really don't think I could do that now.
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Been in PA since 2008. Most of that time in the hospital or laid up at home. 11 major surgeries in the last 3-1/2 years. Not a lot of opportunities for camping. As I stated in OP we are selling our stick home for one on wheels. After nearly 'Cashing in my chips' twice, I figure there's way too much out there left to see and do. Although I did camp quite a bit with my parents growing up in Utah, we couldn't afford anything but a tent. Really don't think I could do that now.
I agree with you if and when I retire if i am able I plan on running to. My wife had two open heart surgeries so I know what you going though. good luck
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