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Old 10-11-2006, 02:08 AM   #1
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We are heading out to Lost Creek lake this weekend before the park closes (Nov 1). Actually, this is some of the best camping when all the tourists have left We like to get out 1-2 times every month all year long. We don't mind the rain. There are still several places to go in the lower elevations, and they are always peaceful and a good place to find some rest from our hectic work schedules.
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We are heading out to Lost Creek lake this weekend before the park closes (Nov 1). Actually, this is some of the best camping when all the tourists have left We like to get out 1-2 times every month all year long. We don't mind the rain. There are still several places to go in the lower elevations, and they are always peaceful and a good place to find some rest from our hectic work schedules.
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