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Old 04-28-2005, 12:36 PM   #1
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Just baught a new camper last year. We elected to rent a seasonal site for the entire season last year, to winter over only cost 180 bucks. This weekend going up to the camper and DE WINTERIZE and pay for another full season of camping. We stay at Harbor Beach Mi all season it has good fishing, and large campsites. We go up every weekend during spring summer and up until late fall. Cant wait to get started!
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Just baught a new camper last year. We elected to rent a seasonal site for the entire season last year, to winter over only cost 180 bucks. This weekend going up to the camper and DE WINTERIZE and pay for another full season of camping. We stay at Harbor Beach Mi all season it has good fishing, and large campsites. We go up every weekend during spring summer and up until late fall. Cant wait to get started!
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Old 04-29-2005, 08:20 AM   #3
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So you are saying you don't have to get through six foot snow drifts and the ice is gone off the lake?
Yup, must be Spring up North.
But only if the flys and "no-see'um's" are out.
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Old 04-29-2005, 08:25 AM   #4
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Hey Chet,

I am not from Mi, but I can tell you that the No-see'um's are out in NJ! Last week end they were so bad I almost drove my lawn tractor into the lake to escape them !!
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