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Old 10-22-2006, 10:35 PM   #1
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We overnited as a "shakedown cruise" with our "new" Dutchmen taggin' along behind the F250HD. We chose a brand new campground about 10 miles from home, across the Antioch Bridge (Sacramento River). The campground is Rio Viento and consists of 70 large pads with Elec, Water, and both 30 and 50 amp service. All the roads and all the pads are level and paved with brick pavers! A short walk up and over the berm and you are looking out over the river and enjoying the sunset...less than 60 seconds from your coach. The road in is just a tad bit bumpy but well worth the ride...

(The "new" camper worked out well and we drove a total of 20 miles round trip!)
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We overnited as a "shakedown cruise" with our "new" Dutchmen taggin' along behind the F250HD. We chose a brand new campground about 10 miles from home, across the Antioch Bridge (Sacramento River). The campground is Rio Viento and consists of 70 large pads with Elec, Water, and both 30 and 50 amp service. All the roads and all the pads are level and paved with brick pavers! A short walk up and over the berm and you are looking out over the river and enjoying the sunset...less than 60 seconds from your coach. The road in is just a tad bit bumpy but well worth the ride...

(The "new" camper worked out well and we drove a total of 20 miles round trip!)
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