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Old 03-06-2013, 02:37 PM   #21
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Look on the bright side...St. Louis is to hit Mid-60's Sat. Hopefully this was the last of the snow!
I hope it warms up for the weekend. I have three small projects I'd like to complete on the trailer before we leave at the end of this month and head to Cherry Hill Park.
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:42 PM   #22
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Well we are in FL, came from AR on the first of March and we've had one good day. It got down to 33 one morning. Yesterday was great. I even got some sun, but it's cold again today and for sure very windy. However no snow yet. Good thing is we know it will get better.
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Old 03-06-2013, 02:55 PM   #23
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Kayaked today but it was windy. It did get into the 70's but still windy. We are south of Edge Water on the IC waterway. I know it will get warm in a few and still none of the white stuff.

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Old 03-24-2013, 08:22 AM   #24
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It sounds like the weather this year is just not cooperating. It's cold and either raining or snowing. We're at the start of the golfing season here in S.C. and the weather is not conducive to golfing, let alone camping. (I'm just south of Myrtle Beach.) The poor golfers have prepaid a premium price to play at this time of year and half of them are sitting in bars waiting for some decent golfing weather.

I had planned a trip for this month but it doesn't look like I'm going to make it. It's too cold for me. It's killing me to walk out my front door every morning and see my brand new camper just sitting there! And the long range forecast is for more cold and rainy days. In the 30's overnight and around 50 during the day. Brrrrrrrr!
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Old 03-24-2013, 10:57 AM   #25
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It sounds like the weather this year is just not cooperating. It's cold and either raining or snowing. We're at the start of the golfing season here in S.C. and the weather is not conducive to golfing, let alone camping. (I'm just south of Myrtle Beach.) The poor golfers have prepaid a premium price to play at this time of year and half of them are sitting in bars waiting for some decent golfing weather.

I had planned a trip for this month but it doesn't look like I'm going to make it. It's too cold for me. It's killing me to walk out my front door every morning and see my brand new camper just sitting there! And the long range forecast is for more cold and rainy days. In the 30's overnight and around 50 during the day. Brrrrrrrr!
lol - IF (and that is a big if) it actually hits 50 at anytime this week, we are pulling the camper and heading out this weekend. At this point anything over 40 is considered balmy.
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Old 03-24-2013, 11:24 AM   #26
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I had planned a trip for this month but it doesn't look like I'm going to make it. It's too cold for me. It's killing me to walk out my front door every morning and see my brand new camper just sitting there! And the long range forecast is for more cold and rainy days. In the 30's overnight and around 50 during the day. Brrrrrrrr!
Same here (in Greensboro NC). Brand new MH just sitting in driveway. However, I've been able to sneak out there and watch the NCAA's in the motorhome while wife does her thing in the house. That's what I guess you'd call "pretend camping!"
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You know, it may not be getting away, but hanging out in the camper, even in the driveway or backyard, has that "treehouse" feeling Enjoy your basketball
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Well...here we go again. Forecasting a foot of snow. Ready to get outside!!!!

View out my front door.
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will be glad when we get over 40 degrees here. We still need to finish this years mods....
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Well...here we go again. Forecasting a foot of snow. Ready to get outside!!!!

View out my front door.
What a view - brrrr
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