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CavemanCharlie

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Posted: 05/26/19 08:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Jebby14 wrote:

DarkSkySeeker wrote:

Love the grandkid photos.


not so fast DarkSkySeeker. Grandkids better still be 20-25 years away haha


Oops , glad I didn't say that. [emoticon]

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Glad you had a great trip. That's how to get kids hooked on camping
and on outdoor activities.

You may have had rain, but that doesn't really dampen the trip.
We just returned from camping here in Alabama.
Need I say it... Temps were 90s every day. No clouds.
Nights were mid 60s. (This was in the mountains in North Alabama)
My wife and I always enjoy camping. The temps didn't melt our enthusiasm...
I ran a large fan outside, and a small fan and a Air conditioner inside...

CAMPING IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT.

BTW:
Your next trip should be easier, because yall know what to expect.
The first trip is to work out problems and learn how to camp a little easier.
Menu planning and packing will be easier.
AGAIN ENJOY... [emoticon]

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Thanks OleManOleCan. shakedown was a success. Wife is talkind adding a day to our next trip (little over a week out im excited) so I must have done something right haha


If it moves and it shouldn't..... duct tape
if it doesn't move and it should.....WD40
if all else fails .....BFH


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Jebby14 wrote:

Thanks OleManOleCan. shakedown was a success. Wife is talkind adding a day to our next trip (little over a week out im excited) so I must have done something right haha


Sounds like you did a lot of things right.
Starting with your wife. Sounds like you got a good one.

I'm lucky too. My wife loves to camp.

I met a new friend on our last trip. He has camped since he was a kid.
Wife hates camping, and only went because of their kids.
I see problems for them...

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^ shes not hard on the eyes either [emoticon]

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