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Old 04-10-2013, 09:12 PM   #15
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Those are really nice looking campers. We finally got to see one last month in Camden, AL where Bama joined the egg rally.
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Old 04-10-2013, 09:59 PM   #16
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Those are really nice looking campers. We finally got to see one last month in Camden, AL where Bama joined the egg rally.
I was bouncing from Casita, to Scamp, to Oliver (found out they went out of business but may have restarted?), to Taylor, etc. etc. There are so many nice trailers out there once you get the fiberglass bug. Then Park Liner came on the scene. I was sold on it as I was looking for sleeping area and they had the bunk bed set up as did others. Then I heard about Lil Snoozy, probably on this site.

There it was. A factory product like I was trying to put together on paper.
I knew I had found the one that would fit my ideals. So far, so good.

Then I found that Bama had one and was only a couple hours from me.
I e-mailed him and he invited me to see his at the River Rally last year.
So his was the first I had ever seen also. I got the optional rear bumper same as he has.

I was almost ready to find a super nice tear drop, but the Snoozy had what I want and all inside and room to stand up in it. And the same price range as the top of the line tear drop.

And after a while on this site, I knew FiberGlass was the type for me.
I am now a prejudice bigot. lol.
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Old 04-11-2013, 02:06 PM   #17
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Carl, I like that new camper....have fun in it. Come to Missouri after tornado season. Glad you decided to high-tail it out of Arkansas prior to this Waldo thing blasting thru our southern mid-western states, southern plains states. This is the time of the year to keep "the eye on the sky".
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Old 04-11-2013, 03:20 PM   #18
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Petit Jean is one of my favorite parks. Well worth a return trip when you have some spare time. Was wet and foggy for a week last time I was there, still had a great time.
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Old 04-11-2013, 04:33 PM   #19
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looking very good don`t forget to post on snooz club
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Old 04-11-2013, 05:57 PM   #20
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Will do Bama. I just finished stripping the bedding and emptying the trailer.
Wife doing the laundry while I set it up in the back yard. I took several pics after I set it up. Will post them when I unload my camera and get them transferred. And will post more on the Snoozy Club site as well.
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Old 04-11-2013, 06:00 PM   #21
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Carl, I like that new camper....have fun in it. Come to Missouri after tornado season. Glad you decided to high-tail it out of Arkansas prior to this Waldo thing blasting thru our southern mid-western states, southern plains states. This is the time of the year to keep "the eye on the sky".
Thanks Imo. You'll have to give me a run down on Missouri spots that are better than others. I have to laugh now that the PC Police are putting names to every little storm that comes along. More brainwashing of us poor ignorant (igorant) masses.........lol

I got myself a weather alert radio to keep track of what in the areas.

I'm just West of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, so I'm not far from Missouri.
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Old 04-11-2013, 07:18 PM   #22
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Most of our state parks are well run, clean, and well laid out. Week-ends are busy so I try to camp during the week. I also avoid those parks close to KC, SL, and even Springfield......by close I mean within 25-50 miles of where the masses of people have set up their housing units. Lots of places in the Mark Twain Natl. Forest, best avoided during deer season. I like the trout parks during the week, not week-ends and never on opening day of trout season. I'm not too keen on camping close to Branson but then I am only 1 and 1/2 hrs from there when I do my yearly run to Branson cause we have company and they want to go to Branson. I usually camp off season in Missouri, something I learned to do when living in Maine and not liking to be around lots of people while trying to enjoy nature and do some bird watching.

I would like to try some state parks in Oklahoma in the future. Did stay at one this past fall when coming back from Kansas on Grand Lake....was a nice park. Sort of off the beaten path....also drove thru one up on the Osage Reservation when coming back from Stillwater after visiting my brother. Any suggestions? Have heard of a neat park in the pan handle in some red rock country....will have to check a map.
If traveling to Missouri avoid I-44.....big trucks by the zillions, lots of road repairs, and crazy drivers trying to get from point a to point b as quickly as possible.

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In West Siloam Springs, OK I'm told the Dripping Springs State Park is really nice.
They be calling it Natural Falls now. I think they are. It was Dripping Springs when they made the movie "Where the Red Fern Grows." I'll be checking it out on one of my short trips. I plan on making one trip across Oklahoma from one end to the other on Hiway 412. It goes from Arkansas to Texas (or is it Colorado?). Anyway it goes from one end to the other. So I will checking out that park in the panhandle. There a lot of history from the Dust Bowl days.

I'm three hours from Branson myself. And I don't really care for it.
And from the write in's, it seems the parks are really tight.
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