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Old 03-11-2012, 07:43 AM   #1
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It was a nice day here in S/E PA on Sat. so I started to get the RV ready.I flushed the water system, and did some cleaning. We're almost ready to go,will change the engine & genny oil,and grease the drive shaft and front end next Sat. my nephew will be over to give me a hand. The end of March we"ll be going camping for the opening day of trout season in S/E PA. Going local just outside of Downingtown to the Brandywine Creek Campground it's on the Brandywine Creek.It will be me,my brother-in law,his 2 sons (my nephews) and another and 2 great nephews. Should be a great time. My one nephew will be bringing his pop-up.His 2 sons,5 &4 yrs.old have camping experience.

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Now there's some quality time spent with family...a gift those boys will always have fond memories of - good on you. Bob
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