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Old 06-16-2008, 02:50 PM   #15
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Next friday my wife and i will be on vacation for two weeks. We will be at a destination campground for nine nights. http://www.campingbc.com/
Hi Ches, checked out the link - wow, what a very nice spot. Looks like a well run place. I like the 'no outdoor music' policy. You and Marie will have a super time. Soak in some ocean for the rest of us land-locked folks will ya?!

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Eating off of your own dishes
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No bed bug epidemic in your own accommodations,
Making a pit stop becomes a lot easier when you don't have to find the next gas station...
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Old 06-16-2008, 05:39 PM   #16
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Hello Ches, have a safe and relaxed vacation. In 2003 I figured if we stayed in the Casita 240 nights it would pay for the cost of the Casita. We are already half way at 124. I think that the real advantage to the trailer is where we can stay with it. We cannot afford to stay in the remote lodges and have guides take us to remote fly-ins. The Casita gets us close andwe can canoe in or backpack. Some of the areas we frequent don't even have lodging. Then there are the ralleys and people we meet in our travels, many times the trailer is the coversation starter. Have fun Ches & Marie
Thank You Thats my feelings also. I will be using up about 250 nights in the near future(Next Year)
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Old 06-16-2008, 05:52 PM   #17
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Didn't you retire once before and then go back to work?
Is this a little 'De-Ja-Vu' ?
Go for it you have earned every bit.
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Didn't you retire once before and then go back to work?
Is this a little 'De-Ja-Vu' ?
Go for it you have earned every bit.
Thats right. I had a real great year off then i got a job opportunity which i could not pass up. I don't regret it.
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