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Old 03-24-2013, 05:55 PM   #21
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We love our Malibus. Sit on top fishing yaks. Super sturdy and stable. Lots of storage, wet and dry wells. Ours have "gator seats" so the younger kids can sit on them.
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Old 03-24-2013, 06:28 PM   #22
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Howdy Norm & Phyliss

April is Paynes Prairie, May is Rainbow Springs, and June is Florida Caverns
I am the husband! It looks like we are just a month ahead of you guys...we have Rainbow River in April, and Florida Caverns in May!
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Yeah would be nice to meet up with some fellow Floridians. We haven't decided on what to do in Aug. July we are spending several days at Patrick AFB Beach Houses with friends. Let us know what some of your plans are after May.
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Yeah would be nice to meet up with some fellow Floridians. We haven't decided on what to do in Aug. July we are spending several days at Patrick AFB Beach Houses with friends. Let us know what some of your plans are after May.
We are going to Fort Desoto the last weekend of June and down to the keys the weekend after. We don't have any trips after that planed, however were thinking of hosting a camping meetup for friends and members a couple of times this year. I just posted a thread to see how many Florida members are around and I can start trying to get a group together. Hopefully you can join!
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have to find the thread. We are on a mission to camp 1 week a month.
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Old 03-24-2013, 08:16 PM   #26
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We are hikers and love geochacing Have camped at Alafia River while not many trees it is a great park. We love Lake Kissimmee Not crazy about Hillsborough River State Park to many wild kids. We did find a great county park outside of Orlando called Moss Park big sites level sites and lots of shade and deer walk through the campground. Rangers are very nice. Have also done O'Leno and Stephen Foster. Medard Park is a county park near Tampa and is a fun get away. We live in Brandon a suburb of Tampa
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We live about 16 miles from Moss Park. It is nice but doesn't allow dogs and we take ours with us camping. Lots cheaper than boarding them.

We love to get out in nature and enjoy it. Love hiking and working our way into kayaking/canoeing. After years of working in cubicles and room with now windows we try to spend as much time outside as possible.
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We live about 16 miles from Moss Park. It is nice but doesn't allow dogs and we take ours with us camping. Lots cheaper than boarding them.

We love to get out in nature and enjoy it. Love hiking and working our way into kayaking/canoeing. After years of working in cubicles and room with now windows we try to spend as much time outside as possible.
We also visit dog friendly parks as ours come with us. What kind of dogs so you have. Here are ours below

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We have two Norwegian Elkhounds we adopted. One is 12.5 and the other is 11.5. Will work on getting a photo resized and uploaded.
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We litterly live 5 minutes from Blue Springs SP. We have 2 small dogs. The oldest which is Zoe starts limping after a while of hiking. As you can see in the picture, the stroller was our solution. Works great, and we can hike anywhere with this.
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