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Old 03-28-2013, 05:02 PM   #1
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First outing of 2013

Well, it's a little chilly here in Williamsburg, VA, but it's great weather for a campfire. We're doing a long weekend at American Heritage RV Park. We started our season here last year and decided to make it a tradition. I wish the weather believed in traditions. Last year we had 70's during the day and 50's at night. Oh well, we have plenty of firewood. I hope everyone else is enjoying some quality time with their rigs or at least getting ready to soon. Happy camping to all!
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We arrived nearby at the KOA in Williamsburg on Sunday, we had about 3 inches of wet snow by sunset. Fortunately it was mostly gone by daybreak on Monday, we spent the day at the Mariner Museum in Newport News, very nice.

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I been out at Quartzsite now since October, just another looooong weekend. I will have to pack up soon and head for Moab.

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Enjoy your start to the season. I think in NH it'll be mid 50's this week end but still snowed in near the motor home. I envy you. I'm hoping for a big snow melt.
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We arrived nearby at the KOA in Williamsburg on Sunday, we had about 3 inches of wet snow by sunset. Fortunately it was mostly gone by daybreak on Monday, we spent the day at the Mariner Museum in Newport News, very nice.

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You were in our hometown when you went to the museum! We haven't been to the Williamsburg KOA yet. We found this place and have a hard time going anywhere else. My dad has camped there and likes it. The snow last weekend was unusual. I'm glad it didn't hang around long. I hope you're enjoying your stay. Safe travels!
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Camping at Stub Stewart State park in Oregon this weekend. Missed at the time that it is Easter weekend, but great weather!

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Oh wow! Williamsburg. haven't been there in years. I remember it fondly growing up in Virginia Beach. The standing field trip for 5th graders was a trip to Colonial Williamsburg for Virginia State history. 4th grade trip was to Jamestown Festival park as I believe it was called back then. Virginia - One of the richest states in early American history. The State that produced more Presidents than any other I believe. Do they still have that motto. "Virginia is for lovers"

Does Colonial Williamsburg still exist.
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Oh wow! Williamsburg. haven't been there in years. I remember it fondly growing up in Virginia Beach. The standing field trip for 5th graders was a trip to Colonial Williamsburg for Virginia State history. 4th grade trip was to Jamestown Festival park as I believe it was called back then. Virginia - One of the richest states in early American history. The State that produced more Presidents than any other I believe. Do they still have that motto. "Virginia is for lovers"

Does Colonial Williamsburg still exist.
It's still there! And, yes, Virginia is still for Lovers <3
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It's still there! And, yes, Virginia is still for Lovers <3
Well we have been in Virginia Landing near Quinby Va for the past week love the fact that we are here alone to get our camping season started.
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