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Old 10-10-2013, 08:27 PM   #99
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Looks like I will be bringing my wife Becky and would like to know if I can bring my camper without getting a campsite. Will be there Saturday morning and pull out before supper to get back to Ga before too late. Should not need to hook up while we are there. Would like to being it just to let others see it.
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Looks like I will be bringing my wife Becky and would like to know if I can bring my camper without getting a campsite. Will be there Saturday morning and pull out before supper to get back to Ga before too late. Should not need to hook up while we are there. Would like to being it just to let others see it.

Chris,

You would need to talk to the Happy Holiday folks about bringing the camper into the park.

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Old 10-11-2013, 10:29 AM   #101
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Called and they advised that I would need to rent a space. Not a problem because a primitive space she said would be fine and it's only $20.00 for the day. So looks like I will be getting a site in the sequoia primitive site area. No water or electric but I have a good battery that will last me all day. So looks like Becky and I will see you all there with ELBERT in tow some time Saturday morning.
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Called and they advised that I would need to rent a space. Not a problem because a primitive space she said would be fine and it's only $20.00 for the day. So looks like I will be getting a site in the sequoia primitive site area. No water or electric but I have a good battery that will last me all day. So looks like Becky and I will see you all there with ELBERT in tow some time Saturday morning.

Good, see you then!
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Old 10-11-2013, 01:17 PM   #103
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Kip what's the total now for the rally. I hope the weather changes.
14th-Monday--75°/57° and 35 % precip
15th-Tuesday--74°/54° and 31 % precip
16th-Wednesday--68°/50° and 74 % precip
17th-Thursday--73°/44° and 55 % precip
18th-Friday--69°/40° and 46 % precip
19th-Saturday--67°/45° and 56 % precip
20th-Sunday--65°/46° and 88 % precip
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This is Darrin, my wife, Kim (and our 6month son, Grayson) will be on site #706 in our 19ft 5er Scamp. Arriving 17th and leaving the 20th. This will be our first Rally.
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Darrin my wife and I will be arriving on the 14th and staying till the 20th in our Scamp 19. We will be on site 804. Looking forward to making new friends and seeing all the campers. It's our first rally also. Ted
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Kip what's the total now for the rally. I hope the weather changes.
14th-Monday--75°/57° and 35 % precip
15th-Tuesday--74°/54° and 31 % precip
16th-Wednesday--68°/50° and 74 % precip
17th-Thursday--73°/44° and 55 % precip
18th-Friday--69°/40° and 46 % precip
19th-Saturday--67°/45° and 56 % precip
20th-Sunday--65°/46° and 88 % precip
Ted, I'm counting 64 rigs and 108 souls. Some of the singles we show may be couples. And there may be additions or cancellations we/I are unaware of.

I believe there may be some interested people staying in hotels that may wish to join in the activities.
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Now for fun, if your forecasts hold true!

Possible plan B

Think "WATER SPORTS"! and fun for all!

I think this is what Jean may have had in mind. But could be wrong.

Lindalee and John H will demonstrate Kayaking around the entire Egg Nest. Using camper cushions.

Which brand of camper floats best.

David will show how to catch fast moving trout under your picnic table.
(he always catches fish) .

Kim's Border Collie will demonstrate how to chase a ball, while simultaneously swimming and herding a Golden Retriever. .

Who can find the comfort station at night, while wearing a snorkel.

Friday is the 8am swim to Granny's Kitchen, where ever it may have floated to.

Saturday the clouds will separate, the sun will appear, the water will drain away. Parade of home and Pot Luck will be perfect.

OK...! Now that the medication is taking effect.

Cherokee weather seems to change every time I check it. At TWC.
(The Weather Channel)
W T F S S
Right now at 4:24pm, Day temps 70,67,66,63,64
nights 46,49,45,40,41
Chance of rain % 20,30,20,10,30
Chance of no rain 80,70,80,90,70

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This is Darrin, my wife, Kim (and our 6month son, Grayson) will be on site #706 in our 19ft 5er Scamp. Arriving 17th and leaving the 20th. This will be our first Rally.
Welcome to the 3 of you.
Got you on the list!
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Kip, Thats the spirit. We will all think positive. This summer every time we went camping it rained. I will be praying for a few to no showers.
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Looking at the site map of the park it might be better for me to get a spot in Big Bear next to site 93 or Cardinal next to site 94. The Sequoia site looks like its way out of her way from where everyone is setting in. Where do those of you that have been there think would be best?
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Looking at the site map of the park it might be better for me to get a spot in Big Bear next to site 93 or Cardinal next to site 94. The Sequoia site looks like its way out of her way from where everyone is setting in. Where do those of you that have been there think would be best?

Hard to say Chris.

Big Bear and/or Cardinal would certainly give you more "Exposure", but Sequoia is not as much out of the way as it once was.

We have folks 700,706, and 713. Also starting on 802 & 900AB and headed to the Left on the map, East.

I've not really "LOOKED" at the primitive sites, and don't know which are suitable in size and access for a trailer.

Happy Holiday Management would be your best bet for determining your location for the one day.

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Kip, Thats the spirit. We will all think positive. This summer every time we went camping it rained. I will be praying for a few to no showers.

Well there ya go!

From an old Geezers perspective:

There are always peaks and valley's.
Valley's are easier to travel, but once climbed, the peaks offer the opportunity to get a grander view.

Cherokee 2011 was our 1st EGG rally. We drove in, and arrived in, a pouring rain and camped on site 101, I think. The creek was flowing hard, but the rain on the trailer roof, was loud enough that we couldn't hear the creek at all, from inside the trailer. Later in the afternoon, the sun appeared and the rest of the Rally weather was wonderful!

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After a month on the road with wonderful weather, prognosticated wet, windy weather on the eastern shore found us scrambling for likely venues west of our previously hoped for shoreline and seafood madventure.

And, look what we found...the Cherokee Meet-up we thought was past is within our timing and travel radar.

Whoo-hoo!!! Through some serendipitous phone calling by Mr. 2yax, we just snagged site #74 coming in on Wednesday and leaving on Sunday.

Looking forward to hanging out, seeing new faces and maybe some recognized from 2 years ago.

Now I'm off to find the agenda for the weekend and what I can whip up for pot-luck with minimal cookery.

See y'all soon.

Craig and Josie - aka Mr. and Mrs. 2yax.

Small world, Marilyn and I will get to see you again! We sure were surprised when we saw your Scamp pull into the site next to ours last month at Stony Fork CG in Wytheville VA
Will you be filling the kayak racks with kayaks this trip? If it rains hard we may be able to take some quick kayak jaunts through the campground.
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