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Old 01-24-2007, 04:18 PM   #1
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Looking for recommendations. Just purchased an Excel 5th wheel and want to put it to the test. Willing to travel 500 to 600 miles from home (Elgin, Il), to someplace with snow and snow related activities. Trek will be the last week of March. Thanks.
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Looking for recommendations. Just purchased an Excel 5th wheel and want to put it to the test. Willing to travel 500 to 600 miles from home (Elgin, Il), to someplace with snow and snow related activities. Trek will be the last week of March. Thanks.
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You might want to consider Western North Carolina. Beech Mountain is a popular area for winter activities. The weather in March could be a crap shoot, some years we get gobs of snow, other years nothing.

Enjoy the new Excel!
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Thanks for the info. Looking forward to a great camping year.

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