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Old 08-15-2020, 05:57 PM   #1261
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Old 08-19-2020, 02:42 PM   #1262
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We have been here on the Oregon coast since last Friday. No cell signal and poor WiFi, but a great RV Resort. The view is spectacular. We’ll be here 11 nights. This is the Sea Perch RV Resort south of Yachats.

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Old 08-27-2020, 12:04 AM   #1263
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Back to Sun Roamer's RV in Picayune, MS for two nights. Spot #5.

The flag is a new addition, just need a taller flagpole, but will also collapse to allow storage.


FYI; I bought a collapsible 20’ fiberglass flagpole, ladder mount and solar top light from “Poles and Holders” in Santa Fe Springs, SoCal. Call Jennifer or Corky at
(562) 946-9019 or go online at http://www.polesandholders.com and check their stock and prices. I am flying (2) 3 x 5 flags in an extreme wind right now. Everyone else has taken down their flags and poles but mine are still aloft. Better yet, the poles are warranted against breaking. If it can withstand today’s wind, it will survive anything short of a major storm.
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Old 08-27-2020, 06:43 AM   #1264
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FYI; I bought a collapsible 20’ fiberglass flagpole, ladder mount and solar top light from “Poles and Holders” in Santa Fe Springs, SoCal. Call Jennifer or Corky at
(562) 946-9019 or go online at http://www.polesandholders.com and check their stock and prices. I am flying (2) 3 x 5 flags in an extreme wind right now. Everyone else has taken down their flags and poles but mine are still aloft. Better yet, the poles are warranted against breaking. If it can withstand today’s wind, it will survive anything short of a major storm.
Good website for flagpoles!
Most poles are capable of surviving major wind events. We take ours down during high wind to save the flags from fraying and also so we don't have to listen to the flags popping all night.
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Old 08-27-2020, 03:21 PM   #1265
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Flag poles aside, we are now in Long Beach, WA at Andersen’s RV Park. The first two nights we were in a regular site and it was tight. Today we moved to an end site with no one next to us on the door side. We’ll be here 9 more nights.
Lower 60’s daytime and lower 50’s at night. The marine layer comes and goes so it is partly sunny.

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Old 08-29-2020, 10:48 AM   #1266
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Spot #76 at Little Black Creek, Lumberton MS
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Old 08-31-2020, 10:44 AM   #1267
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Aug 28 at the Denton RV Park, Denton TX. The park is mostly filled with long term campers and is relatively bare bones. The hose was VERY gracious and a delight. Did I mention it is located on a Bison Ranch?

Aug 29th Watson RV Park, Watson RV Park, Clarendon TX: This was a bare bones place good for a stop over for one night while traveling through. $25 a night for 50 A service, we were well and truly pleased. (2nd pic)
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Old 09-01-2020, 10:46 AM   #1268
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Now we are in Moriarty, NM at our Grand kids place ,visiting them and Great Grand Daughters...................We are parked in their yard beside the house.

We will be here til next Sunday when we begin meandering home.

Aint life Grand!!
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We moved last Saturday to Kelso, WA. We are at Brookhollow RV Park. It is a very nice park. Nice level concrete pads with good spacing between sites. It is close to town with all the major stores, but it is very quiet in the park. It is also close to Mt. Saint Helens. We spent Sunday driving around the back side and got close to Spirit Lake. Yesterday we went to the visitors center and then on up to Johnson Ridge. We also saw Big Foot!
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We moved last Saturday to Kelso, WA. We are at Brookhollow RV Park. It is a very nice park. Nice level concrete pads with good spacing between sites. It is close to town with all the major stores, but it is very quiet in the park. It is also close to Mt. Saint Helens. We spent Sunday driving around the back side and got close to Spirit Lake. Yesterday we went to the visitors center and then on up to Johnson Ridge. We also saw Big Foot!
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Old 09-12-2020, 10:58 AM   #1271
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Where are all the Wildcats?

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Nice pics Tom. Thanks for sharing. Later RJD
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Old 09-18-2020, 06:41 PM   #1274
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Anvil campground in Williamsburg VA. Just chilling
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Hoquiam River RV Park in (guess where) Hoquiam, WA. We have been here for several days. Lots of overcast but no more smoke from the fires. We are getting really good, fresh seafood (shrimp, crab, cod and Halibut) and eating a few meals of fish & chips. We’ll be here another two nights. This is the second time we have been here. We were also here in 2018.
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Hoquiam River RV Park in (guess where) Hoquiam, WA. We have been here for several days. Lots of overcast but no more smoke from the fires. We are getting really good, fresh seafood (shrimp, crab, cod and Halibut) and eating a few meals of fish & chips. We’ll be here another two nights. This is the second time we have been here. We were also here in 2018.
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Old 09-23-2020, 05:59 PM   #1277
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We did move on! We are now at the KOA in Waldport, OR. Nice day yesterday. Today? Really, really ugly. We are sitting in the fiver with two slides pulled all the way in and the living room slide partly in. Why? Wind gusts to 40 with lots of rain. I had to run a rope over the living room slide as the slide cover was flapping hard.
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Weather forecast is for this to continue almost all night.
The high point yesterday was a guy here went crabbing yesterday morning and caught more than he could eat, so he gave use a large bag of fresh crab. That was dinner last night.
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I am just up the shore in WA at Westport.

Wind here was nasty. Felt like I was sleeping in a trailer being towed down a crooked road with all the swaying. Today? Absolutely beautiful with even sone Sun.

Tonite it's supposed to rain heavy starting about midnight.

Weather variety is what makes this part of the country interesting.
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We did move on! We are now at the KOA in Waldport, OR. Nice day yesterday. Today? Really, really ugly. We are sitting in the fiver with two slides pulled all the way in and the living room slide partly in. Why? Wind gusts to 40 with lots of rain. I had to run a rope over the living room slide as the slide cover was flapping hard.
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I am just up the shore in WA at Westport.

Wind here was nasty. Felt like I was sleeping in a trailer being towed down a crooked road with all the swaying. Today? Absolutely beautiful with even sone Sun.

Tonite it's supposed to rain heavy starting about midnight.

Weather variety is what makes this part of the country interesting.


We were in Westport just last week. We go to Netarts Bay next week.
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Holly By The Sea

Here we are in lovely Holly by the Sea Campground in Navarre, FL. It is a private campground available only to residents who are members of their community and their guests. Luckily for us one of our dearest friends are members.

Only 10 spaces and we are the only ones here.

Great View if Navarre Bay. We were treated to a fly by twice this morning by the Blue Angles while they were practicing.
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