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TomP 06-10-2010 04:47 PM

Happy Holiday RV Village
http://www.happyholidayrv.com/?gclid=CKjK4...CFRRjnAodHTJ7Ww

Susan at 877-782-2765. sites 1-10 on the creek, the next row 207/217, the next row 306/316 they are all together.

Emmitt G. 06-21-2010 10:22 PM

I'm in when you going to do this.......are they full hook up's

Ian-Vicki 06-22-2010 09:11 PM

We can't be there until Oct. 22 Is it still OK to join you as part of our continental tour?
cheers
Ian

TomP 07-01-2010 06:30 PM

The dates are Oct 21-24
http://eggcampingclub.yuku.com/topic/550

come whenever you can get there

Ian-Vicki 07-01-2010 07:00 PM

Thanks Tom, we're already booked for Oct. 22 and looking forward to meeting all of you. The campground looks great, too!!
cheers
Ian
:woohoo:

Jean Clark 07-17-2010 06:17 PM

Tom, I saw this on the Casita Club and am so pleased about the location and dates! I called and spoke with Janey and made my reservation. As of this evening she is saying sites 94 to some number in the low 100s have been reserved for the Egg Campers. Looks like a great place and I'm sure looking forward to meeting some of the folks I've seen on the forums.

Will this be listed on the casitafroum.com, too?

CindyJ 07-29-2010 08:17 PM

Jean do you know what site you will be in? Ray and I are in site 103 made reservations today. Hope to see you there.

Jean Clark 08-06-2010 08:44 PM

Cindy, I was told #95, on the creek. Looks like a really nice park.

CindyJ 09-26-2010 07:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jean Clark (Post 218802)
Cindy, I was told #95, on the creek. Looks like a really nice park.

Jean sorry I haven't replied sooner My Father in Law is very sick(liver cancer)
so things have been put on the back burner but we are still planning on the Fall Rally I will have more info in a few days. Yes the park is pretty nice we are looking forward to this Rally::loltu

Jean Clark 09-26-2010 08:58 PM

So sorry to hear about the cancer, Cindy. Of course family takes precedence. We campers are pretty self-sufficient and will enjoy the gathering whether or not there are things planned. Always fun to visit a new area and meet new people.

Quote:

Originally Posted by CindyJ (Post 224736)
Jean sorry I haven't replied sooner My Father in Law is very sick(liver cancer)
so things have been put on the back burner but we are still planning on the Fall Rally I will have more info in a few days. Yes the park is pretty nice we are looking forward to this Rally::loltu


Kip in Ga. 09-29-2010 08:19 AM

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Originally Posted by TomP (Post 212622)
Happy Holiday RV Village
http://www.happyholidayrv.com/?gclid=CKjK4...CFRRjnAodHTJ7Ww

Susan at 877-782-2765. sites 1-10 on the creek, the next row 207/217, the next row 306/316 they are all together.

Hello Susan,

We camped years ago when the kids were young. Now we are "empty nesters" and seriously considering camping again. We were camping in large 25'-30' campers and towing with V8 G20 Chevy Van and got 8-10 mpg on a good day. Now we don't need that much room.


"Eggs" look like something we might enjoy, and can tow with our Honda Ridgeline, but rarely see any in our part of the country, (South of Atlanta). Absorbing everything we can from this web site. Would like to see the real thing and hopefully a variety of different makes and models. This gathering looks to be the closest to our house, about a 3-4 hour drive.

About how many FG campers do you expect to be there?
Are the folks generally willing to share information concerning their likes and dislikes of the various models?

Thanks,
Kip

Jean Clark 09-29-2010 10:40 AM

Kip, I'll be there with my 17' Casita SD model from the 21st to the 24th and will be happy to give you the "grand Tour" and answer questions. I just got back from a month long trip with it to Glacier & Yellowstone NPS, eastern WY and SD and had a great time with it and the folks I traveled with.

p_crawford 09-29-2010 04:40 PM

and i'll be there with my 13' casita patriot deluxe... tours will be available :)

p@

Kip in Ga. 10-01-2010 04:48 AM

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Thank you for the replies.

Will try my best to be there. If ya see an older guy driving a Silver Honda Ridgeline and looking lost. That would be me! :u

CindyJ 10-03-2010 04:28 PM

Hey Kip in Ga Hope to see you there. There will be 16 campers at Happy Holiday. So you will have plenty to look at and everyone has there favorite. You will see great mods that we have all done to make these our own. We are going to have Pot Luck Sat and hope anyone who has a music instrument will bring it to play also storytelling too. I will post an agenda in a few day also. Hope to see you there and everyone else.

Kip in Ga. 10-04-2010 06:36 AM

They have a nice web site. Looks to be a really picturesque (SP) campground.

Soco creek looks like it moves fairly good and will be making plenty of creek noises.

If I'm reading their map right, looks like most everybody will be camped on the creek with FHUs. That sets the mood for some serious sleeping with the creek noises and cool nights.

Last time we camped beside a creek was around 1996 or so. Very memorable. :)

Kip

Radar1 10-04-2010 07:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kip in Ga. (Post 225053)
Hello Susan,

We camped years ago when the kids were young. Now we are "empty nesters" and seriously considering camping again. We were camping in large 25'-30' campers and towing with V8 G20 Chevy Van and got 8-10 mpg on a good day. Now we don't need that much room.


"Eggs" look like something we might enjoy, and can tow with our Honda Ridgeline, but rarely see any in our part of the country, (South of Atlanta). Absorbing everything we can from this web site. Would like to see the real thing and hopefully a variety of different makes and models. This gathering looks to be the closest to our house, about a 3-4 hour drive.

About how many FG campers do you expect to be there?
Are the folks generally willing to share information concerning their likes and dislikes of the various models?

Thanks,
Kip

Hi Kip,
Unfortunately we can't make it to the NC gathering due to prior commitments but we're actually not too far from you, just west of Tyrone. We have a Scamp 16 footer with a side dinette if you ever need to see one close up.
We attended the Scamp Camp in Sebring FL in Feb and finally bought our Scamp (2005 model) a month after going to the Scamp Camp.

John and Marilyn

Kip in Ga. 10-05-2010 04:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by John Haggerty (Post 225730)
Hi Kip,
Unfortunately we can't make it to the NC gathering due to prior commitments but we're actually not too far from you, just west of Tyrone. We have a Scamp 16 footer with a side dinette if you ever need to see one close up.
We attended the Scamp Camp in Sebring FL in Feb and finally bought our Scamp (2005 model) a month after going to the Scamp Camp.

John and Marilyn

John,

Thank you for the offer.

I'm retired from IBM but work most Saturdays at Autrey's Armory, here in Fayetteville, 10AM-6 PM. Sundays is Church and then lunch with friends until 2 PM or so. Most other times I'm available. My cell is 770-378-8069.

Looking at the various floor plans, the side dinette appears to be the best choice for us. And 16'-17' the ideal length and weight. Our Honda Ridgeline, should be able to tow that comfortably.

Please give me a call so we can set up a meeting.

Thanks,
Kip

Radar1 10-05-2010 08:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kip in Ga. (Post 225766)
John,

Thank you for the offer.

I'm retired from IBM but work most Saturdays at Autrey's Armory, here in Fayetteville, 10AM-6 PM. Sundays is Church and then lunch with friends until 2 PM or so. Most other times I'm available. My cell is 770-378-8069.

Looking at the various floor plans, the side dinette appears to be the best choice for us. And 16'-17' the ideal length and weight. Our Honda Ridgeline, should be able to tow that comfortably.

Please give me a call so we can set up a meeting.

Thanks,
Kip

Kip,
I sent you an email. Your Ridgeline should do fine. I pull it with a Dodge Dakota, and have test-pulled it with my Subaru Outback 4 cylinder A/T and it pulled it fine too. I plan to modify the weight distribution to lower the tongue weight so I can pull it with my Subaru anytime (Outback is limited to a 200 lb tongue weight and my current tongue weight is over 300 lbs)

John

Kip in Ga. 10-06-2010 04:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by John Haggerty (Post 225866)
Kip,
I sent you an email. Your Ridgeline should do fine. I pull it with a Dodge Dakota, and have test-pulled it with my Subaru Outback 4 cylinder A/T and it pulled it fine too. I plan to modify the weight distribution to lower the tongue weight so I can pull it with my Subaru anytime (Outback is limited to a 200 lb tongue weight and my current tongue weight is over 300 lbs)

John

10-4

Thanks,
Kip


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