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Posted: 12/13/19 10:02am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

TUCQUALA wrote:

Your fault, 2oldman!!!!!!
Darn.

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Posted: 12/13/19 10:15am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

bucky wrote:

Sorry, thought this was about the Bounder on the beach. Disregard.


You mean This one


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Resurrection... I'm not sure why the mod over at the Mexico forum deleted it instead of moving it to Snowbirds or Parks & Campgrounds.

Posted on 12/11/19 02:09pm by AikenRacer.
I have seen several pics of neighborhoods devastated by the hurricane where RVs are sitting on scattered sites where homes once stood. I wanted to see if it is possible to buy one of these razed homesites for us to use to park our motorhome on during visits. I am sure that zoning, etc would have to be checked. Has anyone bought any of these lots for RV use only?

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Posted: 12/14/19 06:27am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We always stayed in Tyndal air force Fam Camp.

But drove through Mexico Beach a bunch of times on the way to Apalachicola on oyster runs.

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Posted: 12/17/19 05:11pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

navegator wrote:

No señores
México beach is South of the border and also North of the border, that gets confusing, there are sevdral Mexicos North of the border, towns, streets, parks and there is even a New Mexico, of course there is always old Mexico so do not stess have a cerveza with a shot of Tequila and everything will be muy bueno señores.

Que pasen buenas noches in what ever Mexico you want be at with your cerveza and Tequila.

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There is no La Florida beach in Mexico, but there are a lot of streets, neighborhoods and if you want you can call the area arround your RV parked at a beach in Baja or any beach in Mexico "Playa la Florida" and still enjoy your cerveza and the Tequila shot!

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