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Old 05-04-2013, 06:38 PM   #1
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First mini road trip!

Well, we made it to Columbia, SC with a few stops along the way. Now we are in Daytona Beach and heading back to West Palm tomorrow. When the DW and I first bought our 23 ft. HiLo we thought it looked rather large on the outside, but now sitting amongst ALL these big rigs we feel like the little fish in the pond! Still, we had a great time on the road and love our tiny camper even more
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Old 05-04-2013, 07:10 PM   #2
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At Mayberry Campground (Mt Airy, NC) last weekend.

Going to be at Bandits Roost (Wilkesboro, NC) next weekend.

Going to Crosswinds (Linwood, NC) on the 23rd - 28th.

In June we have a trip planned from NC to AR, on to TX, continuing to NM for a couple weeks, up to CO and a possible side trip to AZ. Then return to NC.

In July we are heading all the way to Seattle,WA and back.

In September we will be at the iRV2 rally.

We will be going other places as well. What a fun summer we have planned!

Happy travels!

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Old 05-04-2013, 07:14 PM   #3
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We are JEALOUS!!!! That sounds like a great summer planned out. We'll get there one day.
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:26 PM   #4
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We used to live in Port St Lucie, FL back in '96, so been a while. We want to come down that way as it starts getting cold in NC. Maybe you would have some ideas for a NF or SP or other camp site where we could spend some time while there. If so, please pass that info on to us.

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Old 05-05-2013, 06:00 PM   #5
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The only SP we know of is Jonathan Dickinson in Martin County. There are no NP's that we know of. We usually do some boondocking at JW Corbett WMA in palm Beach County. Hope this helps!
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Thanks so much. I did see that SP, looks real nice and appears to have a lot of trails, etc. Great idea... I am not sure what the other suggestions were??
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We started out in tent trailers and wondered what people did with all the space in a big class A. Now we know. Same as you do in a small one but it costs more.
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