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Old 05-18-2016, 02:01 PM   #57
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Great Lynne,
Thanks, for all the hard work setting this up. We need 50 amp, rig is 30', 47' with the truck hooked up, so 60' site for us, unless we could park the truck next to the unit, then a 40' site would work.
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:05 PM   #58
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Hi Lynne;
We would prefer a 50 amp site. 30 amp will work.
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Old 05-18-2016, 03:35 PM   #59
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Hi Lynne, 30 Amp for us, we are 60 ft. hooked up 35 ft. 5th wheel so we need a 60 ft. Thanks
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Old 05-18-2016, 05:52 PM   #60
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Boy is that lake huge!

Lot of good reviews on the park. Lot's to do around there too if anyone is interested. How many of you will be bringing motorcycles to this? I might have to buy a kayak and spend some time on the water while there. Will have to see.

7 so far and 1 can't go and 2 maybes. I forgot to tell you that Lisa planned to talk to her boss about our plans and getting us all together. I told her we would behave so not to worry.

Talk with you again, have a nice night, Lynne
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Planning on bringing Janet's trike along.

Would be nice if they group us together.
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Yup bringing both bikes, Eleanor and I plan on riding the area. I agree with Gordon, need to have the group together.
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Lisa was planning on talking to her boss about us being grouped together. I will send her the list of people, your names, AMP need, length, and then they will work on where to put us. Also by the water.

When people call in to reserve a spot, they will have it figured out. I told her we want to be in the same area next to each other or across, like 5 here and 5 across like back to back. Just so we are close, not at different ends of the CG.

When I get the fax sheet wrote out I will E-mail it to all and have each check their info and add if they want. Then I will send it to her. We have time.
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Hi Lynne, We have 50 amp in "Mona" And she is 38' long. I hope to have a toad by then, so will need 50'/60' in length. I can get by with 30 amp., but in Aug. in Kansas, i think 50 amp. is best! I also think we all need to be close! Also, the State Park pass is a must, we will save a bunch, as long as we all are planning to stay! ( 1 to 2 weeks) A one night stay at a State Park in Maryland after buying the S.P. Pass, was 2 dls. cheaper than the one night site alone! So for a long stay, the savings will really add up!
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Good Morning Meet & Greet. Lynne, our MH is 30', pulling a CRV. And for Aug in Kan we will need 50 amp. And I thought I read that we can reserve 13 months in advance in Kansas? If it is like you said in Sept, that would be like 11 months? I am ready to go now. Maybe I need to go out and check the air in the tires?

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Morning Meet and greet,
The MH is 30 plus toad I'm looking around 50 foot long and need 30 amp.
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If all goes well I would need about the same thing Stan needs. Motorhome is 38' plus toad and 50amp would be great to have.

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Octanefam,
Glad to see that you might be able to make it.
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we would need a 20ft spot and 20amp service if we came...maybe 25 if we bring the tent also...lol
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Hi All,

List is really growing. Will get it typed up and sent out when I get a some time. Won't be long. Bap, do you have an E-mail you can PM me? I think I have everyone else's.

Should be over 10 of us now and I agree Ron, I am ready to go now. Checking the tires huh, I may need to do that.

Hoping the time goes fast because not only do we get to meet, I get to retire. YEAH!

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