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Old 09-13-2010, 10:17 PM   #1
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Assateague State Park

We just got back from Assateague State Park. Our last visit was about 6 years ago. Things have changed a bit. The horses have learned to open coolers and NO BOOZE is allowed in the park. Except motorhomes? Go figure.

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We take the grandkids to Assateague once or twice a year, they love it there. As you say watch the horses. A good hard whack on the rump usually works. Also don't leave your awning out, we came back after a trip to OC and found our awning arm bent with horse hair on it, apparently one needed a back scratch.
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Even with a wind sensor, I leave my awnings closed. I don't want to take a chance considering how windy it can get there.
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