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J.Wook

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Posted: 07/24/06 06:32pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Although I hate to admit it :o, Marty's thoughts about Florida in the summer ring true [lived there, experienced that]:(. I'd also go for the Smokies, especially if Handbasket could find the "perfect' spot! Heck, I'd go anywhere that I could reach from Northern Virginia by driving from COB on Thursday 'till Happy Hour on Friday!! Since we Virginians [u]drafted[/u] the Declaration and the Constitution, I will even agree to abide by majority rule.:B John

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[quote=J.Wook]Although I hate to admit it :o, Marty's thoughts about Florida in the summer ring true [lived there, experienced that]:(.[/quote] John, does it really bother you that much to agree with me on something? :B :p You notice there are no apostrophes in this post! ;) (Sorry, inside joke, folks; that is why you should be sure and make it to the Rallies!) Marty

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Let's jus' keep 'em wonderin' Marty!

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The only good time to camp in Florida is the winter. It would be way too hot here in the summer months for most. The Smokeys sound great to me also. Or maybe somewhere off the Blue Ridge Parkway.


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ennajean wrote:

I assume this is open to anyone owning a B or planning on owning one by next year. Hope to get ours next spring. Would be interested in joining in if possible....
Anne


Absolutely, it's open to all B's old, new, gas, or diesel.


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Pretty much anywhere east of the Mississippi would work for us. Pretty much any date would work for us, except September 1 thru December 31. College football, you know. [especially Va Tech football] :B :W I'd say a Florida rally would have to be in late winter or early spring. Anywhere in the highlands of NC, VA, or PA would work also. For selfish reasons, something in upper Michigan would be good also. We could visit our daughter & son-in-law outside of Dearborn on the way up. :D

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JoeRT04 wrote:

Normandy Farms Campground in Foxboro, MA,


Joe attached the facts about his campground, which really helps. It certainly looks like a nice place, but then for $60 a night, it should![emoticon]

I really hope we can get a little farther west than the East Coast. A nice, clean campground where we can get together at night by the campfire and swap stories about ourselves and even some of the more interesting, shall we say "characters" who write on this forum. Lynne and I had a great time doing this on B1. I think nothing is better than watching a fire with friends ( unless it is 90 degrees) (like B3). Something to do or see on the way in or the way home is great but all I need is my B Friends (old and new) at the rally.

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Posted: 07/24/06 09:39pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

OK, here's a campground that is in the NC mountains on the Blue Ridge Parkway, has the necessary facilities, and reasonable rates. Not near any big cities, but in a beautiful area that has a lot of places to go nearby before/after. It is in the northwest county of North Carolina which happens to be Ashe County.

Just some of the things to do nearby:

Area is accessible from I-40, I-77, and I-81 with some mountain driving from those Interstates. I've been at this campground and it is nice. We haven't parked our RV there but we did check it out last year as one of the dump stations available when we come back from a trip in our LTV. I did tent camp there about 30 years ago, so it has been there a long time and been updated nicely.

It is about 120 miles from Asheville via the Blue Ridge Parkway (3:15 approx. driving time) or US highways.

And we might be able to get some friends to do a real NC pig pickin' on Saturday night.

Just some grist for the mill... Bring on the other suggestions.


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How about the Lake Erie Island areas of Ohio, such as Sandusky, Port Clinton, etc. Late May is hit and miss nice weather about the same as B-2 was. The Islands are a short "walk on" or if you wish "drive on" short ferry boat ride away there is history as well as a Party atmosphere on the Islands, there are golf car rentals as well as bicycle rentals available. Lake Erie can leave a lasting impression especially on a windy day. I'm not 100% sure but the ferry might well be pet friendly, I could check into that as well as the names of the local campgrounds. Also, in Sandusky, is Cedar Point if you want to spend an extra day to visit this King of Coaster attraction.

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Nick & Chris,

Another good suggestion. [emoticon]

Please check into the CG's facilities and cost, then post a link for the one you think is the best.

We are still looking!!! [emoticon] [emoticon] [emoticon]

MORE suggestions! More suggestions! More suggestions?


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