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Old 08-06-2006, 04:33 PM   #183
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Spotted a 16' Scamp towed by a Silver Jeep Cherokee. You were heading west on HWY 20 in Sweet Home at about 10:30am.
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Old 08-06-2006, 04:50 PM   #184
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Sat 8/5 - Interstate 80 WB:

Noon - 16ft Casita tugged by silver pickup with topper, Nightingale Hot Springs area east of Reno, NV ...

1:30-ish - 13ft Scamp with dark colored tug, just west of Lovelock, NV ...

Were you heading to Reno for Hot August Nights festivities? We LOVE seeing other FGRV's on the road L 'n D
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Old 08-06-2006, 05:00 PM   #185
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Hi Jay - we enjoy reading your posts, too! Hooray for more travel when you are both retired.

We are in the final stages of selling our place to travel full-time in our Scamp. There is so much awesome beauty to see and so many undiscovered gems around the USofA, we are soooooooo looking forward to this stage in our lives. Before, at the end of each trip, D would look around and say "Tell me again why we have to go home?" Now, we will be 'home' wherever we're parked - YES!!! Take care & we look forward to seeing ya down the road in the future ... and yep, we'll be honking & waving! L 'n D
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Old 08-06-2006, 09:08 PM   #186
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L & D,
"full timing" that is great
I wish my wife would go full timing at least for a while, no she wants a small home ( a mobile in a senior park OK with me ) than we will take extend trips two to three months at a time.
Good luck on selling your place and enjoy your travels, but keep us updated, see you down the road. Jay
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Old 08-10-2006, 05:45 PM   #187
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I saw a 13ft Boler today in Grande Cache Alberta at Fas Gas filling station.Time 125pm.
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Old 08-10-2006, 08:24 PM   #188
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Today, on Mount Desert Island, ME, at the Exxon off of Rt. 102 just North of Bass Harbor, was a 16' Scamp being pulled by a full-sized RWD Buick wagon. Sometime around 1:30 PM - I'm not sure, I'm on "vacation time"!

First egg I've seen on our vacation so far.
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Old 08-11-2006, 02:46 PM   #189
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I was thrilled to see a Scamp being towed through Coos Bay, Oregon... I followed it and discovered that it was Joy, fresh from her Alaskan adventure! Welcome back to the lower 48!

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Old 08-11-2006, 11:01 PM   #190
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Maybe we saw Joy too, in Roseburg Oregon we saw a scamp going the other way we were. Maybe it wasn't, but at least we saw a scamp.
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Old 08-12-2006, 01:36 AM   #191
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Hi everyone!
My daughter and I had a great deal of fun doing egg sightings on our holiday in July. We recorded the following sightings:
July 5th a White Casita pulled by a grey truck in Fredrick Co. fueling up at a Conaco station
July 7th White Boler in the community of Lakewood in Denver Co.
July 8th We spotted a 17 foot egg but didn't get the brand in Doulglas Wyoming
July 9th We spotted a White Scamp pulled by a Toyota Tundra also in Douglas.

One amazing sighting that we had was when we were at Crazy Horse we met the movie actor Vince Vaughn I know he is not an egg but he was a good sighting.

The trip was great and I will post some pics once they are developed. People were very curious about my 1975 Boler especially at the KOA at Rushmore when it was parked between a couple of RVs that cost more than my house it was quite the sight.

Safe and happy travels everyone!!
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Old 08-12-2006, 06:49 PM   #192
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While returning with the boy from 5 days at Samuel du Champlain, a Cadet at the first set of lights in North Bay about 1330 hours today, going either west or north. On Monday the 7th a 13 foot Trillium headed west just east of the Corbeil turnoff on Highway 17. We'll be off to Inverhuron on Lake Huron Monday for 5 nights. Wife's first trip in the Trill, WhoooooooooHooooooooo Then back to Samuel Du with both boys and a non electrical to try the solar for 5 nights.
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Old 08-12-2006, 07:07 PM   #193
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We saw a Casita couple from Florida up in Scotch Creek BC. I approached the driver on my bicycle and asked "Have you heard of the Fiberglass RV Board?" and based on the look on his face I think what he heard was "give me your wallet!" Anyway if you're reading this I'm sorry if I frightened you! I hope you had a nice trip following our encounter.
ha ha! Similar thing happened to us. We just returned from a trip to Drumheller Alberta and I waved at a guy at a gas station who was also pulling a Trillium. He looked at us like we were [b]crazy ! My husband thought he looked like an oil fields worker and might not have been 'holidaying' like us! ps- Royal Tyrrell (Dinosaur) museum is awesome, but go in Spring or Fall unless you like lots of kids hopped up on dinosaurs!!!
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Old 08-12-2006, 09:01 PM   #194
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On our way home today, we spotted a neglected-looking Cadet in somone's yard on Route 2 between Gorham and Jefferson, NH. Looks like someone needs to give it a loving home. There wasn't a For Sale sign on it, so I don't know if they would part with it or not.

I'll be up that way again next weekend, maybe I'll stop and ask.
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Old 08-12-2006, 10:31 PM   #195
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We saw a 13 ft scamp in the same situation, flat tires, junk around it, looking sad, while we were out bike riding right here in southern Oregon. No for sale sign but who knows.
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Old 08-13-2006, 09:28 AM   #196
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we very rarely see a scamp or casita in st louis & happened to see a casita going east on I-270 friday august 4 about 5 pm, was it anybody here??
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