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Old 08-22-2009, 03:05 PM   #29
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I stayed there a couple years ago. On some of the sites, the power pole was quite far away from the site proper. I backed way up (off the gravel pad) to get my 50' of cord to reach. I don't know if all the sites were like that but you might toss in an extra extension cord. You might not need it but....
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Old 08-22-2009, 04:39 PM   #30
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I stayed there a couple years ago. On some of the sites, the power pole was quite far away from the site proper. I backed way up (off the gravel pad) to get my 50' of cord to reach. I don't know if all the sites were like that but you might toss in an extra extension cord. You might not need it but....
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Old 08-22-2009, 09:53 PM   #31
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We have site 14 in the 4-30 loop reserved from Monday to Friday. We have 15 amp power but it dosen't mention anything about water. The fee for the five days including reservation fees was $118.00.
Hope to see everyone there.
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Old 08-23-2009, 07:18 AM   #32
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I checked my camping log and I misspoke. I stayed at Evangola SP, some miles east of Lake Erie SP. My advice, while well intentioned, was uninformed
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Old 08-23-2009, 04:20 PM   #33
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I stayed there a couple years ago. On some of the sites, the power pole was quite far away from the site proper. I backed way up (off the gravel pad) to get my 50' of cord to reach. I don't know if all the sites were like that but you might toss in an extra extension cord. You might not need it but....
I would still pack an extension cord because some of the poles are far away
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Old 08-28-2009, 08:55 PM   #34
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Hi all, and glad to see we might have a few for the after rally on the weekend. look forward to seeing all of you. I was wondering of there are any pics of this campsite floating around out there and if anyone knows if they allow srap wood to be brought in from oput of state. I use old pallets I have taken nails out of. most places don't mind but there are allways exeptions.
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Old 08-29-2009, 12:19 AM   #35
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Heath,

There are lots of pictures on Google images, search for "lake erie state park".

I could not find a specific answer to your question on pallet wood. Here is a link to what NY has to say about firewood:
http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/28722.html

And a link to the FAQ's:
http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/44008.html

The latter has a toll free # and email address where you can ask this question.

As for me, I'll buy what's at the park. When we crossed the border into the USA in late July, they specifically asked about importing firewood since we had a trailer.
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Old 08-29-2009, 08:36 PM   #36
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We got our passports this week but unfortunately we are unable to attend. Our grandaughter's surgery has now been scheduled for the 15th of September and since our daughter is the donor we have double visiting to do. We will look forward to next year.
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Old 09-01-2009, 07:30 PM   #37
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Here is the agenda and notes for the Lake Erie Fiberglass Rally
September 14-18. Please remember that all items are tentative, and
there may be a few surprises not listed on the schedule.
Some of you who are planning on coming during the weekend after...We hope to get a chance to meet you... Some of our group is staying through the weekend also. Our planned activities go only through Saturday morning. -- Dick and Lynda Freed

Rally organizers: Dick and Lynda Freed
Photographer: Steve McAdams
Camp Firebug: Wayne Felker

MONDAY

HOT DOGS Hot dogs, rolls and condiments provided. Bring a salad or
dessert to share

INTRODUCTIONS

CAMPFIRE


TUESDAY

ROAD TRIP
BARCELONA
HARBOR
LIGHTHOUSE
SEA LION

LUNCH AT JACK’S
WALK BEACH
AT BARCELONA AND PICK UP MATERIALS FOR CRAFT PROJECT:

(WIND CLUNKERS)

DINNER ON
YOUR OWN

CAMPFIRE—
JOKES &
STORIES

WEDNESDAY

CRAFTS

WIND CLUNKERS

SCRUBBIES

GROUP PICS

TECH TALK


THE
GREAT
GIVEAWAY


DINNER AT FREEPORT RESTAURANT


CAMPFIRE

THURSDAY
WINERY TOUR

PENN SHORE
NORTH EAST

PICNIC [at] FREEPORT BCH
WINERY TOUR

MAZZA WINERY

ARROWHEAD
WINERY
COUNTRY
STORE
“HAYSTACK”
POTATO
DINNER


CAMPFIRE
DICK FREED
GUITAR

FRIDAY

A.M. EGG TOURS

P.M. TOUR OF DUNKIRK LIGHTHOUSE

DUNKIRK
BOARDWALK

POTLUCK
DINNER

MOVIE
NIGHT

“THE LONG,
LONG TRAILER”

SATURDAY A.M.

COFFEE AND DONUTS AT SITE 12


THINGS TO BRING:

NEW YORK PEOPLE — BRING FIREWOOD IF YOU CAN

BRING ITEMS FOR THE “HAYSTACKS”. “HAYSTACKS” ARE BAKED POTATOES PILED
HIGH WITH USUAL AND UNUSUAL SALAD BAR ITEMS, INCLUDING MEAT BITES,
AND, OF COURSE, DRESSINGS.

BRING ALONG A SLOW COOKER (CROCK POT) IF YOU HAVE ONE. WE WILL USE
THEM TO BAKE THE POTATOES.

BRING THE WOODEN NAME TAGS THAT WERE MADE AT LETCHWORTH, OR BRING
YOUR FAVORITE NAME TAG FROM ANOTHER OUTING... A LIMITED SUPPLY OF
WOODEN NAME TAGS IS AVAILABLE FOR NEW PEOPLE TO MAKE AT LAKE ERIE
CAMP

BRING ITEM(S) FOR THE “GREAT GIVEAWAY”. THIS CAN BE SOMETHING THAT YOU
MADE, SOMETHING YOU PURCHASED THAT TELLS ABOUT WHERE YOU LIVE, ETC.

ANYONE INTERESTED IN CROCHETING A SCRUBBIE FROM NYLON NET SHOULD
BRING A CROCHET HOOK SIZE J OR K

BRING SNACKS TO PASS DURING THE MOVIE

IF YOU WANT TO FISH FROM THE SHORE AT THE PARK, YOU WILL NEED TO SECURE
A NEW YORK FISHING LICENSE.
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These wooden nameplates.... are they for the people or the trailer??

The rest sounds good to me.
See you there.
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Old 09-02-2009, 07:46 PM   #39
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These wooden nameplates.... are they for the people or the trailer??

The rest sounds good to me.
See you there.
They are name tags that you wear, but I guess you could hang them from your trailer!
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Old 09-03-2009, 08:45 PM   #40
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For those New Yorkers planning on bringing firewood please note that you can transport wood only within a radius of 50 miles. You will need a Self-Issued Certificate for Transport and Possession of New York-Sourced Untreated Firewood for Personal Use. Roy in TO posted a link to the DEC website where this form can be found. Just print it out and fill in the spaces. I talked to the DEC and was told you might be asked to produce this certificate at the campground. Better safe than sorry! The form is quite simple and self-explanetory. Ed D

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Old 09-07-2009, 07:44 AM   #41
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hi everyone,
we have site #18 from monday to thursday night.kathy and i were at the lechworth rally and the niagra rally last year.i did email dick but i havent heard back yet.this should be a good time!

steve and kathy wszolek
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Hi everyone, and I am looking forward to meeting those of you that will be there for the weekend. I just called the main office and asked about bringing in some cut up pallets for firewood and the man told me not a problasme at all. so with that I will bring what I have for fires fri and sat night. not allot but I do have some.

ok see you all fri.
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