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Old 01-18-2012, 12:22 AM   #1
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I just made reservations at Petersburg COE campground north of Augusta, GA. for next week.

The unseasonably warm weather is predicted to be in the high 60's and low 70's with a few scattered showers here and there.

Unbelievable! But it looks like a window of opportunity to me!
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Old 01-18-2012, 04:45 AM   #2
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Enjoy, I know we will be complaining about the heat in about 6 months!
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:17 AM   #3
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I just made reservations at Petersburg COE campground north of Augusta, GA. for next week.

The unseasonably warm weather is predicted to be in the high 60's and low 70's with a few scattered showers here and there.

Unbelievable! But it looks like a window of opportunity to me!
Have fun and take some pictures!!
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Old 01-18-2012, 07:35 AM   #4
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Have fun and take some pictures!!
I sure will!

I plan to dewinterize the trailer tomorrow. We have one more cold night tonight, then it's supposed to warm up for several days.

WooHoo!
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Old 01-18-2012, 09:35 AM   #5
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What Mary said
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i am soooo jealous!!! it's unseasonably mild here, too. but nowhere near campable!
have a terrific time.
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Old 01-18-2012, 04:30 PM   #7
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i am soooo jealous!!! it's unseasonably mild here, too. but nowhere near campable!
have a terrific time.
Theresa, it won't be campable where I live, but it will be 3 hours from here.

Or at least, that's what's predicted. Hope some weird weather pattern doesn't develop and spoil it all!
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hahaha...sharon---i checked out weather in georgia in general, as i am not sure where you reside. since there is no snow and the weather is above zero, you are miles ahead of us here in "the great white north".
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Old 01-18-2012, 06:21 PM   #9
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I am jelous as well. Have a good time! Appreciate your early camping season while we sit in cold Iowa with snow coming.
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Theresa and Shelly, you seriously have my sympathy. I'd hate to be stuck in that kind of weather.

But if it will make you feel better, it's hotter than you know what down here from May through September. A steamy, humid, heavy, hard-to-breathe-in, hard-to-move-in heat!

I read an article one time that said that is why southerners traditionally moved so slowly. Before air conditioning, it was an essential survival adaptation.

Air conditioning has made it possible for northerners to survive transplanting down here. But I don't think any number of furnaces would make it possible for me to transplant up there!
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I was in Atlanta for a few hours waiting for a plane in November and it was nice but i was in Texas and Louisiana in May one time and if it is anything like that I can see why people would move slow. We think we have it bad in Iowa but the heat and humidity is like walking into a huge wall of ick down south and twice as bad. Have fun!
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Camping is defintely not in my plans right now. This morning the temperature was -36C and it was windy - so there was a windchill of -47C. We have a furnce in our Ventura but even so....................
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I just noticed that the tulip trees and some daffodils are in full bloom! Time to wash the camper and start the spring camping season! (We'll talk about July and August later.)
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I just noticed that the tulip trees and some daffodils are in full bloom! Time to wash the camper and start the spring camping season! (We'll talk about July and August later.)
We just got 6" snow here on Saturday but I'm planning on leaving in 3 weeks South for Myrtle Beach Rally. Are you planning on coming "UP" to SC?
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