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Old 05-07-2008, 12:19 PM   #197
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Laurie,

I just read your post about the San Antonio Rally. The reservations are handled very differently, in that Lori and I bought and paid for ALL the spaces for Thursday through Monday in Harris Creek.

Lori is doing her very best to get everyone in. Please contact her to make arrangements, if possible, for the Rally. I know we are very full.

Lori’s PM: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/index.ph...ODE=4&MID=4
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Old 05-07-2008, 12:22 PM   #198
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I just read your post about the San Antonio Rally. The reservations are handled very differently, in that Lori and I bought and paid for ALL the spaces for Thursday through Monday in Harris Creek.
Lori is doing her very best to get everyone in. Please contact her to make arrangements, [b]if possible, for the Rally. I know we are very full.
Lori's PM: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/index.ph...ODE=4&MID=4
Thanks Mike, I appreciate your help and I will contact Lori directly. I wasn't sure who to contact so I posted here so I am grateful for your assistance.

Make it a grr-eat day!
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Old 05-07-2008, 03:50 PM   #199
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Hi, Laurie & Tish - that's the BEST news about the complete recovery. Hope Lori can work some magic, and look forward to seeing you this weekend. Regards, L 'n D
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Old 05-07-2008, 04:39 PM   #200
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Hi, Laurie & Tish - that's the BEST news about the complete recovery. Hope Lori can work some magic, and look forward to seeing you this weekend. Regards, L 'n D
Hey thank you...it was touch and go for a while but I do think the stent will stay put and while Tish is still adjusting to seeing herself as a 'heart patient', I trust with time she will have even better health than before.

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Old 05-07-2008, 09:27 PM   #201
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Thanks Mike, I appreciate your help and I will contact Lori directly. I wasn't sure who to contact so I posted here so I am grateful for your assistance.

Make it a grr-eat day!
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Hi Laurie and Tish,

I think we can work it out to work you into a double up site. Call me or PM me and I'll discuss the details. We'll take care of paying the park and you can pay us.

We leave tomorrow morning (Thursday) and will have both my cell phone and internet card. Hopefully they work.

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Old 05-08-2008, 05:15 PM   #204
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Hi Laurie and Tish,

I think we can work it out to work you into a double up site. Call me or PM me and I'll discuss the details. We'll take care of paying the park and you can pay us.

We leave tomorrow morning (Thursday) and will have both my cell phone and internet card. Hopefully they work.

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Thanks Lori, it was great talking with you. I appreciate your help and we are looking forward to getting there as soon as we can. We are especially looking forward to kayaking the lake beneath the diamond studded sky like we did last year. Just awesome!

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Old 05-08-2008, 06:21 PM   #205
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Is there a check-in time?
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Old 05-08-2008, 10:20 PM   #206
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Thanks Lori, it was great talking with you. I appreciate your help and we are looking forward to getting there as soon as we can. We are especially looking forward to kayaking the lake beneath the diamond studded sky like we did last year. Just awesome!

Make it a grr-eat day!

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Oh gawd. As if we really needed something else to consider. There's kyacking on the lake? Concetta and I were chatting about that a few nites ago, wondering if Lake San Antonio was a good spot for kyacking, and kinda decided it looked like a big boat lake. And this, being our first venture with our trailer we decided we didn't need kyacks on top of the car too. Now I'm giving that a second thought. Its a bit late to be asking this now but .... How many of you are bringing kyacks?

Wishing you all a safe and enjoyable trip. See ya tomorrow nite.
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Oh gawd. As if we really needed something else to consider. There's kyacking on the lake? Concetta and I were chatting about that a few nites ago, wondering if Lake San Antonio was a good spot for kyacking, and kinda decided it looked like a big boat lake. And this, being our first venture with our trailer we decided we didn't need kyacks on top of the car too. Now I'm giving that a second thought. Its a bit late to be asking this now but .... How many of you are bringing kyacks?

Wishing you all a safe and enjoyable trip. See ya tomorrow nite.
Oh yes kayaking is a must. There is part of the lake that is closed off to large boats where the Harris campground is. So it's really nice especially at night you can safely go on the water and just stare at the stars. We are thinking about bringing our telescope this time as well. I think you will regret it if you don't bring your kayak. There is a very easy launching site right from the campground as well.

I hope that helps,

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I'm almost ready to go load the dogs into the car. See you there!
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I know that two groups yesterday went kayaking and the movie under the stars was so much fun. Hurry up and get here. I wouldn't worry about a check in time as the whole campground here is just us eggs. The fog is just burning off and the sun is promising another bright wonderful day. Time to go stand by the fire and get ready for the games.
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It is sunny and cool, about 65°. The lake is empty, not a boat in site. Bald Eagles are circling and it is a beautiful day. This is Really the best time of year.

The Movie last night was my test set-up and based on ‘let’s see if this is going to work’; and sense there will be only a couple of us, I chose a movie I wanted to see “3:10 To Yuma”. Turns out we had a lotta people. Boy, it was a good movie.

Memorial day starts the summer season here at the lake.
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