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Old 08-30-2009, 10:01 AM   #57
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Wishon Village near Wishon Reservoir....in the Sierra Mountains above Fresno....a beautiful but curvy road south of Shaver Lake.

Good fishing, mountain beauty, peace and quiet. Very nice!

We will definitely come back again!
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Old 08-31-2009, 06:49 PM   #58
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A total of 4 Alpines (including us) in and around Fort Stevens State park this last weekend! Saw one parked at the marina near Costco, and the other two camping in Ft. Stevens. Met the owners of an EARLY '08 (lower ceiling, but one piece windshield) - Jerry & Marsha from Idaho. They are recent Alpiners, having purchased from the bank repo sale at DeMartini in May. Nice couple, and we preached the ACA Gospel to them. Never met anyone around the other coach, but it looked like a 36' 2007 or older - from Wyoming.
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Old 08-31-2009, 08:52 PM   #59
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We were parked next to Jerry & Marsha at Reno RV Park earlier in the month during Hot August Nights event, Very nice couple.
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Old 09-01-2009, 04:28 PM   #60
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1st of Sept. 2pm, Alpine 1998-99 with blue strip, pulling high cube white trailer.
Heading south on I-15, at North Salt Lake (Just north of SLC, UT).

Saw four more MH's (2 Prevost & Bluebird caravaning) and a Monoco heading south within about 10 miles.

Good to see RV's on the move.

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Old 09-01-2009, 11:15 PM   #61
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Had dinner w/Rod & Patty Soomann then drinks @ their 2001-34 here in Auburn this evening, as they amble thru NorCal.
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Old 09-02-2009, 07:02 AM   #62
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Met Kent and Sharon, in their 06 Alpine. Devils Lake (Lincoln City), Oregon, RV park. Very nice couple and RV park.

Highly recommend this park if you are on the Oregon coast.
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Old 09-02-2009, 08:51 AM   #63
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You seldom see an Alpine east of the Rockies* but we had Andy & Dorothy Bos (2001) parked overnight by us here in Little Rock. We are at Downtown Riverside RV Park directly across the river from the "doublewide on stilts" Clinton Library. Nice park with huge spaces right on the river with a wonderful view of the Little Rock skyline.Less than a year old.

*I think some of you folks on the west coast never venture over the continental divide.
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Saw an Alpine heading East on I-40 in Tennessee. I honked but no sure if they saw us. It was actually first Alpine I have ever seen in person other than my own. They are kind of rare in these parts.

The coach we saw looked to be in the 03 to 05 model range... maybe a 40'er? It had green accents in the body paint. Looked good!

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You seldom see an Alpine east of the Rockies* .......*I think some of you folks on the west coast never venture over the continental divide.
We live in CO east of the Continental Divide!
But I suppose we are still considered "Left Side USA"

And we do most of our RVing East of the Rockies! (We are Texans)
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Saw an Alpine between Pendleton and Baker on I-84. It looked like an '05 to '07 model. I waved, he waved. Life is good. Who did I wave to, anyway?
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Old 09-04-2009, 07:59 PM   #67
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Alpine with Calif plates....Charleston, Oregon bay marina. No one home.
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On Thursday, we pulled in to a rest area on I-84 west bound, just west of The Dalles Or. Pulled in next to a 2002 MDDS. Lou and Sandy bought their coach a couple of months ago. We talked for awhile, shared some RV stories and got back on the road again. Real nice people.
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Yesterday we were heading east out of Wakefield, Michigan on the 28 and saw another Alpiner waving at us. Only our second Alpine in five weeks.
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My wife caught a glimpse of an Alpine at the beach RV park in El Segundo, CA as she and some friends rode their bikes by on the bike path. Being on the beach there is great except for the jets taking off immediately overhead from LAX!
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