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Old 12-30-2008, 03:40 AM   #15
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YUP---- me too--- as I was driving into town today to go drive snowplow for my friend, I thought " Ya know, it would be more fun being in hunting camp watching it snow than doing this........" Carrie agreed when I told her. Must be why I like her. Larry
Well, we missed you both on our drive by in August. Maybe you two should pack up and head south. We know some cherry spots to enjoy in the winter.

Sunday Dec. 21 we camped at the beach here.

Next week we're camping at a nearby lake.

We think it'll be cold - you know, maybe even near freezing in the early morning hours, only up into the low-60s midday. Brrr! You can bet we wimpy Californians won't be swimming!
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Old 12-31-2008, 04:28 AM   #16
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We think it'll be cold - you know, maybe even near freezing in the early morning hours, only up into the low-60s midday. Brrr! You can bet we wimpy Californians won't be swimming!
Went out for my weekly camp out last night and it was a nice 19 above zero here in New Hamphsire....
Next week they are talking about some moderate cold weather down to 9 blow zero with winds in gusting so wind chill will be down about 30 below....PUT ANOTHER LOG ON THE FIRE, MAW!!!! AND GET ME ANOTHER HOT CCCCCOCO
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Old 01-10-2009, 01:29 PM   #17
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Ok I just cant stay home another minute!!! I am headed for the beach this next week for a 3 nite stay!! As I said I am soooooo ready..... Never have gone in Jan.. but weather says high 53 lows 36.. I think I can manage with warm clothes for me and the doggies!!
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Old 01-10-2009, 05:00 PM   #18
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Maybe you need to live in CA! I can go camping most any month I want--I'm just a little limited in my choices and I have to watch the weather. But having camped through Oregon and Washington several times, I can see why you don't! You definitely have the best campgrounds up there!

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Ok I just cant stay home another minute!!! I am headed for the beach this next week for a 3 nite stay!! As I said I am soooooo ready..... Never have gone in Jan.. but weather says high 53 lows 36.. I think I can manage with warm clothes for me and the doggies!!
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Old 01-10-2009, 05:40 PM   #19
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Lisa, we were just a few miles away from you last week and we froze to death. Never saw the sun with all the fog and we broke down and bought coats. When we left Oregon we just brought sweatshirts but boy, it is coat time when it doesn't get above 45 all day long. We had to come all the way to LA to see the sun. Even if they did throw an earthquake at us, we are enjoying the sun for a few more days.
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That's why I said you have to know WHERE to go! In the winter you can't go to the mountains/or can't go easily, you go to the coast because the weather is nice there in the winter. In the summer you can go to the coast or the mountains, though plan on fog at the coast, at least in the mornings. You can't go to the valley in the winter because, as you saw, it's too cold and we never see the sun. In the summer you don't want to be in the valley because it's too stinkin' hot! Really, there's not too many good reasons to camp in the valley anyway, but if you really want to, you can camp there in the spring and fall.

And that, in a nutshell, is California! Hope you had a good time in LA. We had an earthquake? Must have missed it. It has to be a pretty big one to bother a native. I'd much rather deal with them than tornados or hurricanes!

PS The sun shone here today all day long--it was BEAUTIFUL! Haven't had a sunny day in I don't know how many weeks!

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Lisa, we were just a few miles away from you last week and we froze to death. Never saw the sun with all the fog and we broke down and bought coats. When we left Oregon we just brought sweatshirts but boy, it is coat time when it doesn't get above 45 all day long. We had to come all the way to LA to see the sun. Even if they did throw an earthquake at us, we are enjoying the sun for a few more days.
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