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Old 02-20-2013, 03:12 PM   #29
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We won't get there till the 8th. Maybe we'll catch up to you next year.
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:19 PM   #30
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Unless a heavy storm comes through our route north we should be back in n.y. By then, but we will be back here next year dec 1 - march 1, we usually stay around Huntington beach the last week of nov. maybe some day our paths will cross
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Old 02-20-2013, 06:19 PM   #32
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Thanks. The sad truth is that I'm really a 13 year old girl from Iceland with enhanced Photoshop skills.
Now that explains everything!!
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Old 02-26-2013, 09:56 PM   #33
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Hi all, may I suggest Shenandoah National Park, Loft Mt. campground there in the southern section.
It is extremely large and sites are big and semi private. Sunset Views are to die for, critters abound, Waterfalls and hiking is great! Located on the Skyline Drive in VA, adjoins the Blueridge Parkway. Icelanders would love it!
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:45 PM   #34
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we haul our eggs to a rally

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It would be fun- but I still work and am all the way in S Cal.- any interest in Mardi Gras next year?
I'm ALL for Mardi Gras next year. It's my fave holiday. I could meet you in SoCal and we can caravan there. Plenty of time to plan...
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:50 PM   #35
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Hi all, may I suggest Shenandoah National Park, Loft Mt. campground there in the southern section.
It is extremely large and sites are big and semi private. Sunset Views are to die for, critters abound, Waterfalls and hiking is great! Located on the Skyline Drive in VA, adjoins the Blueridge Parkway. Icelanders would love it!
As a kid we camped there and it is one of the stunningly beautiful landscapes to experience in the good ole USofA. It was the first time, I saw "purple mountain majesty"!
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Old 03-30-2013, 01:59 PM   #36
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I have been bean counting those interested in a UHAUL RALLY. As the list grows, maybe we can determine the best location for a rally. Here is the list by state:

CA: Lynne VDK (Lynne); PKTAJensen (Tom and Pat)
NY: Mary and Bob (Bob and Mary); Kirkman (Jason)
CT: Joseph Kristan (Jo Jo)
PA: CPAharley2008 (Jim) (Not a UHaul owner, but interested in our Rally, and is most welcome to attend)
SC: JaneSC (Greg and Jane)
NC: George Lauver (George and Rhonda)
FL: Djtriceflt (Don)
IL: Kevin A and Cindy L (Kevin and Cindy)
MI: Pam Garlow (Pam)

Gee, even if we don't get the rally together, it has been interesting to compile this list to see who and where our fellow UHAUL are.
Please add me to the CAli list. That's Northern Cali...this is a big state!
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I vote for NY maybe Watkins glen st. park lots to do and see!

Watkins Glen is BEAUTIFUL! (I have family there. They own Capt' Bills Seneca Lake Boat Tour & Seneca Harbor.)

Anyone interested in a Southeastern Rally? Maybe for FL, GA, SC, NC, AL??? Georgia mountains or the Outer Banks???
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Watkins Glen is BEAUTIFUL! (I have family there. They own Capt' Bills Seneca Lake Boat Tour & Seneca Harbor.)

Anyone interested in a Southeastern Rally? Maybe for FL, GA, SC, NC, AL??? Georgia mountains or the Outer Banks???
Typically do the outer banks spring and Oct. would be interested in others also depending on time frame.
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Question Outer banks

Where do you camp on the outerbanks? I have camped at Oregon inlet but where else is their a campground?
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Typically do Ocracoke NPS campground, a lot closer to the beach than Oregon Inlet. There are others at Frisco and near the light house. Only $12.50 a night with a geezer card at Ocracoke rest are a little cheaper. All have the same amenities and Mosquitos are typically voracious. Hurricane Sandy ran us off last year and had to wait a couple of hours to get on the ferry. Still it ranks up there with Northern Ca /Oregon Coast and Michigan UP as on of our favorite off the beaten path places since we discovered it the summer of 73 while I studied Environmental Chemistry at Duke.
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:17 PM   #41
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Several years ago we were at Oregon Inlet campground with a popup. A sudden rain storm blew in, microburst the ranger called it, that didn't last too long but it took the top off of a couple popups, the one next to us was on it's side, and some tents blew away. My favorite entertainment there is watching people getting stuck while driving on the beach. Other things of interest are at the big dune watching hang gliders crash, Pig Man's Barbecue, Brew Thru [just bought a T shirt there], Duck Donuts, and the Wright Brothers museum. Just off the Island you can get a ride in a Gravedigger monster truck. What more could we want!!
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Actually happens a lot out there in the summer.Been through a couple of them my self with an Apache pop up. I remember a water spout picked up a guy in a tent and deposited him in the sound about 15-20 years ago down at Ocracoke and lightning got a couple of fishermen over at Stumpy point. Ditto on the trucks. I usually can get them out if they are not in too deep and have a large bucket. Dig out the tires to form a ramp and haul sea water to compact the sand and have them let the air out of their tires. After i get them out I make them promise to root for Purdue whenever they play the ACC. I usually have to resort to the fact that they owe me to get the commitment.
Other must sees are Portsmuth Island once the largest port in the colonies, the light houses and an obligatory trip to Wanchese to pick up really fresh seafood. Then there is Andy Griffiths home in Manteo along with the aquarium and the Lost Colony play. All in all we have had a boatload of good times down there, unfortunately Mom Nature is reclaiming her beach front and there are going to be issues getting out there in the future.
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