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Old 10-22-2009, 12:03 PM   #15
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Old 11-16-2009, 09:38 PM   #16
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Here is the line-up so far:

050 Adonna and Bob R 2000 Burro 17 Eugene, OR
202 Dave Bese 1973 Compact Jr WA
207 Dave & Kathie 2005 Casita 17FD Portland, OR
209 Phil 2001 Casita 13PD Redding, CA
210 Greg F Casita 17SD WA
213 Glen G 2004 Casita 17LD Redding, CA
214 Roger C H 2009 Trillium Covington, WA
215 Deb & Chuck Bigfoot WA
216 Barbara B. 1973 Compact II Manzanita, OR
217 Willar 1995 Scamp Marysville, WA
218 Mike T BF 25 BC
221 Chuck H 1974 Compact II WA
223 Mike P. Casita 17LD Tacoma, WA
224 Marianab 1977 TM14 Surf Side Chilliwack, BC
226 Simon & Sharen 1997 Casita F Whidbey Island, WA
269 RussellD 2003 Scamp 13 Duluth, MN
274 Maureen H 1987 Bigfoot 20 University Place, WA
277 Cathy Gale Escape 15 Vancouver, WA
Charlene Urso 2008 Bigfoot 21 Eugene, OR

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Old 11-29-2009, 07:16 PM   #17
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Old 12-01-2009, 01:06 AM   #18
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Old 12-01-2009, 06:14 AM   #19
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Old 12-27-2009, 09:36 AM   #20
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Added event to calendar. Come on, people. Taidnapam is a beautiful park maintained in great condition, even had flowers in the rest rooms last year! The section most of us are in is brand new this year. It is a Tacoma Power park which I have found to be first class. Taidnapam is just 5 miles east of Morton, WA on US Hwy 12.

http://www.mytpu.org/tacomapower/parks-rec...dnapam-park.htm

Take exit 68 on I-5 then 31.5 miles east to Morton.

http://washington.hometownlocator.co...wis/morton.cfm

Only 16.5 miles from Elbe, WA gateway to Mt Rainier National Park.

http://www.gonorthwest.com/Washingto.../Elbe/Elbe.htm

Just checked, (26 Dec 20009) only 29 sites available in new section.
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Old 12-27-2009, 06:49 PM   #21
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What we liked about this park (besides the great company last year at the rally) is that the "new" section has paved flat spots for your rig with amenities and tall trees surround..we've been back 3 times after the last egg rally and it's quite a distance to drive for us, that's how much we like it!!!

here's the new!
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Greetings everyone,

Our Spring plans have changed, so we hope to join you all! We booked 207 for Thu - Mon. Looking forward to seeing everyone (and this park - it looks beautiful). Is this lake good for paddling or is there too much motorized traffic?

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Old 01-15-2010, 03:21 PM   #23
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Hi,

I've never been to this park. Which is a good site to book and do these sites have electric hook-ups?
I would be interested in coming down if i can get the time off work. Thanks, Marina


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I've never been to this park. Which is a good site to book and do these sites have electric hook-ups?
I would be interested in coming down if i can get the time off work. Thanks, Marina
Here is the info from the first post in this thread:

For those not familiar with the area, it is off Hwy 12, east of the town of Morton, south of Mt. Rainier, and at the eastern end of Riffe Lake, (which is a large Tacoma Power Co. reservoir.)

Everyone who attended last year liked it there, and this year they will also have a lot more room since they just recently opened up a whole new section of campsites. All brand new facilities, bathrooms, showers, full hook-ups, etc. Many of us "walked" through the area when we were there last year to check it out...really first class!

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Just a "bump" to bring this thread back up into the light again...we're about 5 months out now...time to start looking forward to summertime! Many spaces still left, but they'll start going fast because this is a very popular place. Don't wait too long to book your site! (June 4th through June 7th).
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Ah Greg, you sure know how to rub it in! We can't make it this year, seems like it's a bi-annual event for us. Couldn't make the first one, made it to the second and now we'll miss the third get-together. Guess we'll see you in 2011!!

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Laura & Rick, you mean we won't get to see your brand new Escape? Darn!

Dave & Kathie, welcome aboard!

One can also come down Hwy 7 from Tacoma. It is picturesque although I even had to shift into 2nd at times because of the tight curves and steep hills.
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Laura & Rick, you mean we won't get to see your brand new Escape? Darn!

Dave & Kathie, welcome aboard!

One can also come down Hwy 7 from Tacoma. It is picturesque although I even had to shift into 2nd at times because of the tight curves and steep hills.
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