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Old 02-03-2011, 12:44 AM   #29
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Or you have to move to the LOWER MAINLAND. No snow, Tulips are out You got all the HOTSPRINGS in your area. Those should melt the snow soon. Once a year we go to El Paso, visiting friends and stopping for the best STEAKS on the continent.
Put 100 Dollars of Fuel in my RV today, Needle shows from 1/4 to 3/4 FULL. It's nuff to go soon to the coast and cool our feet.
Your area is on our list this year too.

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Yeah the hot springs are pretty cool. We are going to the coast this weekend to see the tulips and take in the RV show, however the unfortunate part is we won't be toting our rig down with us. Oh, well the time will come soon enough.
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SlocanPaul, it is much less restricting weather wise over to your left out here on the island. We haven't had snow on the ground for more than a day or two in years. I'm contemplating how long it will be before there's enough time between rain storms to be able to cut my front lawn.
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SlocanPaul, it is much less restricting weather wise over to your left out here on the island. We haven't had snow on the ground for more than a day or two in years. I'm contemplating how long it will be before there's enough time between rain storms to be able to cut my front lawn.
Hhhhmmmm.....maybe it's time to make a move? I do love the Island. Gonna have to take DW there soon anyway. She has not seen the Island since she was very little.
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Hhhhmmmm.....maybe it's time to make a move? I do love the Island. Gonna have to take DW there soon anyway. She has not seen the Island since she was very little.
The really strange thing about the Island is I live in a straight line less than 40 miles from Mount Washington, BC which had more snow pack than any other mountain in the world at the start of the ski season.
We went up there for my wife's birthday on the 26th of December and it was magical to see. They had lifts that couldn't be put into service because of too much snow beneath them.
We left home contemplating the lawn problem and returned to the same problem, as to when I could mow.
Anywho if you get over this way give us a nod as our group of friends is always looking for a reason to do a camp out in our motorhomes and you could get to be a guest of honour.
Lots of fishing in Port Alberni and both fresh and salt wate to boot. Loking forward to hopefully get to meet you.
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We are going to James Island County Park Campground in Chrleston, SC and we are staying in site 11. Has anyone been there and taken a picture of this site so that we can view what it looks like. We would really appreciate some help. Even if you have pictures of 10 or 12 near 11 so we can view it. Thanks!!!!
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The really strange thing about the Island is I live in a straight line less than 40 miles from Mount Washington, BC which had more snow pack than any other mountain in the world at the start of the ski season.
We went up there for my wife's birthday on the 26th of December and it was magical to see. They had lifts that couldn't be put into service because of too much snow beneath them.
We left home contemplating the lawn problem and returned to the same problem, as to when I could mow.
Anywho if you get over this way give us a nod as our group of friends is always looking for a reason to do a camp out in our motorhomes and you could get to be a guest of honour.
Lots of fishing in Port Alberni and both fresh and salt wate to boot. Loking forward to hopefully get to meet you.
The snow they received on Mount Washington was unreal wasn't it. Wish I could have got in on some skiing there as well. Thanx very much for the offer we may just take you up on that however I doubt this year but you never know our Fall trip may change directions. As for your lawn issues just buy a few lambs, they'll eat it down for ya. lol
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