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Old 10-07-2009, 07:34 PM   #1
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OK...I hope I am not the last person to notice the little campfires are back? Anyway I always did like those rascals, glad their back.
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OK...I hope I am not the last person to notice the little campfires are back? Anyway I always did like those rascals, glad their back.
Of the ~250 RV Parks/Campgrounds we have stopped at in the last 6 years, I don't think more than 20 allowed campfires. There are so many concerns about spreading tree diseases that you must buy firewood locally and that is expensive. I rarely see a CG, even here in the west, that even has firepits.
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Of the ~250 RV Parks/Campgrounds we have stopped at in the last 6 years, I don't think more than 20 allowed campfires. There are so many concerns about spreading tree diseases that you must buy firewood locally and that is expensive. I rarely see a CG, even here in the west, that even has firepits.
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Now thats funny right there

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original post is in order...rgr...
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Wow, in MI, I don't think there is a campground without firepits! I can't imagine camping w/o a fire.
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This thread is about the little campfires under the avatar to left of the post that indicate the number of posts a member has made.
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LOL, I'll get to know this site real soon!


And since I love real campfires I need to get busy and get my campfires here too.
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Now thats funny right there

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The original post does nothing to explain what he meant. Nor does yours. I did catch my err from others who put in a bit of explanation.
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