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Posted: 01/03/21 09:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

With the covid-19 we only did two camping trips and a few day trips last year ( 2020 ), we went camping New Years Eve ( 20 20 ) and New Years Day( 2021 ) ! So Out with the old in with the new!
We hope to do a lot more camping this year, we have a few winter places to go too.

Do any of you B or Camper van people have any winter or springs camping plans ?

Here are a few pictures of the State Park campground with elect and water and only 40 miles from home .

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Have Good New Year with lots of camping, Jay


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Boondocking with hookups? [emoticon]

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Good for you Jay!

If we had weather other than below freezing with snow we'd do winter camping too!

We usually do mostly fall and spring camping and this last year our spring plans were all thrown out because of closures. We did a couple day trips in the summer and then some camping in the fall. It was a very bad year after our best year ever in 2019...

Here's hoping 2021 will be better than 2020!!!!


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Posted: 01/04/21 05:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It looks like you were all alone there.

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gbopp wrote:

Boondocking with hookups? [emoticon]


Someone has to do it! [emoticon] the wife and the dog like it, thanks for the comment.

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Posted: 01/04/21 07:34am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

pasusan wrote:

Good for you Jay!

If we had weather other than below freezing with snow we'd do winter camping too!

We usually do mostly fall and spring camping and this last year our spring plans were all thrown out because of closures. We did a couple day trips in the summer and then some camping in the fall. It was a very bad year after our best year ever in 2019...

Here's hoping 2021 will be better than 2020!!!!


In southern Oregon we can watch the weather and get in some winter camping. We don't go camping in the summer time! leave it to the family's and their kids.

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steveh27 wrote:

It looks like you were all alone there.


Their were 12 campers their ! the campground has 4 loops with over 150 sites so it looks like we were alone.

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We were camping for the New year also. We were at Sunset Bay near Coos Bay oregon.
The ocean was incredible, huge waves and breakers on the cliffs and rocks, amazing.
Looks like your Border Collies enjoyed it too?

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Beautiful camping site appears to come with a guard dog.


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jesseannie wrote:

We were camping for the New year also. We were at Sunset Bay near Coos Bay oregon.
The ocean was incredible, huge waves and breakers on the cliffs and rocks, amazing.
Looks like your Border Collies enjoyed it too?

Jesseannie


Coos Bay is a great place to go camping, we have stayed at Sunset SP.one December several years ago and went to see the Christmas lights at the gardens and We hope to get over to the coast this winter.

My dog is what they call a Borgie she is Corgi mix with Border Collie and yes she loves to go camping.

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