Read Any Good Books Lately? Book Exchange at #60 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 07-09-2008, 01:41 PM   #1
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FREE BOOK EXCHANGE! SITE B-60

Hello CRamping Readers!

I'll set up a book table at our site #B-60 for a book exchange. If you've read any good books lately, bring 'em on by. Contribute up to 3 GOOD books, and take away, one-for-one. Remember: limit your contributions to 3 good books.

Here on Whidbey, my book group has recently read or is reading:
People of the Book
Loving Frank
The Omnivore's Dilemma
Atonement
On Chisel Beach (we like Ian McEwan)
Broken for You
The Zookeeper's Wife

I'll donate any left-over books to the, er, Bullards Beach library. Tee hee.

Also, does anyone know if the crampgrounds does WI-FI?
OK OK, put those middle fingers down. Some of us do need to stay in touch.

We're very much looking forward to this, our first-time at a Bandon gathering.
Thanks to all who put the gig together year after year.

Sharen


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Old 07-09-2008, 02:03 PM   #2
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FREE BOOK EXCHANGE! SITE 60

I'll donate any left-over books to the, er, Bullards Beach library. Tee hee.

Also, does anyone know if the crampgrounds does WI-FI?
Sharen
Okay, site 60 is your number for the Washington gathering but you are donating the books to Bullard beach. I am confused. I think you mean to have the book exchange at Bullard beach so we need your site number.

No wi fi unless you go into town to a coffee shop. Verizon will work on a card but that is all for getting on line.
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Ta-dah...
BE NOT CONFUSED!
We are in site #B-60 at Bullard's Beach as well.
Does that clear thangs up?

Thanks for the wifi tip at the Bandon coffee shop.
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Okay, site 60 is your number for the Washington gathering but you are donating the books to Bullard beach. I am confused. I think you mean to have the book exchange at Bullard beach so we need your site number.

No wi fi unless you go into town to a coffee shop. Verizon will work on a card but that is all for getting on line.
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Old 07-09-2008, 02:13 PM   #4
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Hardback, paperback or both?
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Old 07-09-2008, 02:21 PM   #5
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Whatever folks fancy is fine, including genre.

And if enough are interested, maybe we'll do a crampfire book discussion one day. Tell us your best book this year and why you recommend it... this is often how readers hear about other good reads.

And OBTW, for Mexican Train funsters, we have our sombreros packed and ready for the games!
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Old 07-09-2008, 09:03 PM   #6
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Great idea about the book exchange, Sharen. If I can find the time, I would LOVE to get in on the game of Mexican Train. We have a set that stays in our trailer.

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Old 07-09-2008, 09:57 PM   #7
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After your post we went out and bought a set so we could learn. Now we will have a set of Sequence, Train, and cribbage in the trailer all the time.
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The book exchange and discussion sounds great! We play (plain old) Dominoes alot. Got a Mexican train set after watching all the fun at Champoeg - we're confused - think we're gonna need some M train tutoring

See you all NEXT WEEK

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Sign me up for the book exchange and Mexican Train! We play a lot of Scrabble and Sequence and need to get out of our rut!
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Did I hear someone say cribbage??????????????????????????????????????
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Hey Sharon - YAY another cribbage player!!

Are you still up for golfing?
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Hey Sharon - YAY another cribbage player!!

Are you still up for golfing?
Allright sister, cribbage for sure, golf??????? Ron pm'd me about golf, but I am bringing the kidders and not sure how to pull it off. I am bringing a friend and her two kids......maybe, just maybe, if I make it worth her while I can get away for nine holes.....I WOULD LOVE TO PLAY!!!!
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Count Dale in for the Cribbage. We will bring a board or two.
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Man, I love Cribbage, too! Maybe you could play over near A-12?

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