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RE: What Are Your Plans For Christmas & New Years?

Christmas Eve with the Kids, then Christmas morning we're headed to Gulf Shores State Park for a week, can not wait.
debrick 12/17/13 10:31am General RVing Issues
RE: Considering Florida for Christmas .. need your advise

We live in Northern KY and do this same week each year. We are also a couple in our 50's (well DH is 60)but, we both still work so vacation time is limited. I agree if you have the time you need to get further south if you want a better guarantee of warmth but, for us we have about 7-9 days depending on how the holidays fall and I don't want to spend it all driving. We leave Christmas morning -- traffic is great! We come back New Years day. Will be going to Gulf Shores again, we love anywhere along the panhandle and taking this route we avoid I75 and Jellico (just in case it snows). I just made our reservation at the SP in Gulf Shores last week -- no problem. Many snowbirds wait to go South until after the Holidays. Have a great time!
debrick 11/12/13 02:26pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Gulf for Thanksgiving

We'll be back in Gulf Shores for a week at Christmas can not wait! The Tin Top Restaurantin Bon Secour is always on our list for dinner (great early bird prices). They are our favorite. We're not much for the chain restaurants that are so popular in the area. We like Bahama Bobs on the beach for lunch -- great Bushwackers!!
debrick 11/08/13 12:50pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Interior redo in small TT just about complete

Very Nice!! I love the colors as well--very cheerful!
debrick 07/23/13 01:58pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Quinoa

I was going to suggest that recipe Jack and Nina. I have made it several times -- delicious!! I make a breakfast quinoa that we love-- I made it up so you can add or subtract for your taste it goes something like this: Preheat Oven to 350 Degrees. Make Quinoa (well rinsed) according to package (you could use apple juice instead of the water). Put in a baking dish sprayed with Pam Add Honey or whatever sweetener you prefer(to taste) Vanilla, Cinnamon, Orange Juice (or any other fruit juice just to make a bit more moist-maybe 1/2 cup), Nuts and Dried (or fresh) fruit Stir then just pop in the oven until hot. I refrigerate the leftovers in small bowls for work---good cold or you can warm in the microwave.
debrick 07/16/13 02:53pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Restaurants in Gulf Shores, AL

We're not much for the large corporate type restaurants or chain restaurants. Tin Top is our absolute favorite!! They do have 2 locations but, the feel is very comfortable and down home. They have great early bird pricing -- They were in Southern Living for their Shrimp and Grits--MMmmmm Their west indies salad is amazing as is their sushi grade ahi tuna. They also have great steaks, seafood etc. Hopefully we will get down there again this winter!
debrick 06/19/13 07:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Weber Q question. Does size matter?

We have the 200 and most of the time it is just the two of us--the smaller one would not work for us as I can cook the entire meal on the 200 and not have to use my inside kitchen.
debrick 05/07/13 06:30am Beginning RVing
RE: Seasonal site users -- patio deck mounting?

We are seasonal also--when I spoke to my insurance agent he said they would not cover our Fifth Wheel if we attached anything to it or took the wheels off (were not planning on it anyway). Hubby built us a set of stairs that are about 48" wide so they are like a small deck--he also built me a 10X10 ground level patio deck that is 2 sections so we can store it in our covered trailer in the winter. These things are so heavy there is no movement.
debrick 04/30/13 06:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Another Rant - can't help it!!

Just have to add this true story. A few years ago we camped at this campground that was a mix of seasonal and regular campers (we were seasonal at the time) We went out for the evening to a birthday party--came back about 12:00 AM noticed we had neighbors---all is good--quiet till about 6 AM--when they decide to have a nice campfire right next to our slide and talk and laugh very loudly---we were tired and did not have the ambition to get up -- get dressed and go out there---thought what the heck we will let it go---hubby goes outside after he gets up and the guy next door looks at him with this "sheepish" look---Umm we borrowed your firepit--hope that was ok---they had pulled out our portable fire pit from under our fifth wheel and had them selves a nice little fire---What was more shocking was that my normally outspoken husband was so shocked he just said "thats ok"----I do not think I would have been that nice. I would have had to "educate" them on manners!!
debrick 04/29/13 02:40pm General RVing Issues
RE: Campgrounds with music?

In the town of Bean Blossom, Indiana is the Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground (just outside of little Nashville in Brown County)--They have several events each year --Bluegrass, Gospel, Biker and the one we go to each August---The Bean Blossom Blues Fest--awesome people--laid back atmosphere--the campground is pretty basic with water and electric (dump station) and the roads are gravel which can be a lot of dust but, the event it worth it--looking forward to it.
debrick 04/23/13 12:15pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions

Our Seasonal Site is just a few miles from there. We camped there for one night last year (to check it out). We met the "Activities Director" when we were there---very nice Lady. If you have children or grand children that camp with you I can see where it would be a fun place as they have so many activities for the kids---it is like summer camp everyday. For us, I did not really care for it. We stayed on the lower level and it was a straight line with the campers and this meant all of the fire rings were in a row (not far apart) there was just no privacy at all. We felt it was expensive for us as we did not use any of the amenities. There really is no other competition close to Little Farm--we prefer General Butler (across the River)when camping in this area.
debrick 04/22/13 07:59am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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