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Old 09-28-2010, 12:01 AM   #11
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I know this is suppose to be "camping" memories but little league baseball kept us out of the camper a little longer than we expected. My sons 12 year old team won the state of Indiana championship this year and took us to the great lakes regional. Although we came up a little short of the actual little league world series, my sons team did get to play their final little league game on ESPN2.
So now we are set to camp in 2 weeks at Brown County State Park which is always full of memories. Shopping in Nashville for the wife and daughter, mountain biking for me and my son.

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Old 09-28-2010, 01:38 AM   #12
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Three distinct memories:

Good? Being able to drive 30 minutes to our season lease camp site. After tent camping (average of 30 nights per year) since 1977 and getting our first trailer in 1998, we're ready to leave the trailer parked and commute to do our camping.

Better? Tent camping for the fist time since 1998. We had a great time and it brought back alot of good memories. Also reminded us why we don't miss it

Best? My 2 year old grandson's first weekend camping with just papa and gramma. Great weekend playing games, taking rides on the golf cart, walking, and just hanging out. Had more fun than I thought was possible
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Old 09-28-2010, 05:01 AM   #13
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It is hard to just pick one when you have three girls that make a different memory every time you go.
Seeing chocolate covered marshmallows being made at the Wolfgang Candy Factory or potato chips at Utz.
Or is it the trip to the Factory Rally with the Amish meals, factory tour and meeting other CrossRoads owners.
Maybe it was the Trip to Washington DC right after school was out back in June. It was hot, but the campground had a great pool and water play area for all ages.

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Old 09-28-2010, 10:41 AM   #14
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heres a quick one watching my three kids at hershey park...they had a ball at the campground and at the park. they even grew a little, you know...overcomingthe fear of some of the rides. good times.
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:40 PM   #15
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Given the opportunity (thanks to my previous employer)to spend the whole summer with my family. If I recall correctly I think we were home about 7 nights in July and we'll finish the season with close to 60nights in theCF30QB.I was a great summer.

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Old 09-28-2010, 02:25 PM   #16
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We didn't have any major, multi-day trips this year like last year. But there were two over nighters that stood out. The first weekend in August my oldest son (14) and I went and spent a night at Kanasket-Palmer State Park. Nice park, but we weren't there for the camping. The park is not too far from the White River Amphitheater were we went to see Rush in concert. What a show. I was aboutmy son'sage the first time I saw Rush play atmy high school back in Toronto. Those guys can still play like it was 1974. And then later in August my wife and I went even further to Eastern Washington tosee Keith Urban atthe Gorge Amphitheater, camping at the Gorge. Only a couple of overnighters, but both times a lot of fun with good music and good times together.

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Old 10-01-2010, 12:38 AM   #17
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Ok time for a new memory, have the bags packed Hoover and Rainbow have their food and toys ready, (Yes Russ Hoover has a new bandana) going to Jellystone (near here). The best thing is our granddaughter and her mother will be joining us. First camping trip for her. You all have fun see you Sunday night

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Old 10-01-2010, 07:24 AM   #18
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Just got back from our Idaho adventure. Went to parts we hadn't been to before i.e. Souwestern, North Central, Northern, and ending in Central in the Sun Valley area. Good trip, almost trouble free. One of the original Mission tires treads started separating, so replaced it with an Omni from Big O just to get home safely. Will probably puta set of Maxxis on next. It's a bittersweet day as I winterized in preparationfor taking the trailer to our winter storagespot tomorrow. Best memory this year was our March-April trip this spring to catch the wildflower blooms in Borrego Springs, CA and Tucson, AZ. Got great photos and early season tans. Total of 87 nights out this year, up from 82 the year before. Maybe break 100 next season. Texas rally? Starting to think about it! I'll bet Hoover's proud of his new bandana.

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Old 10-03-2010, 04:13 AM   #19
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I think Texas is a great idea for you Russ, I think that you and Joyce will have wayy too much fun with this crowd

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Old 10-12-2010, 11:48 AM   #20
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Spending a week at Pomme de Terre SP and lake with the family and boat. Lots of water skiing, geocaching, and swimming.

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