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Old 10-20-2008, 05:47 PM   #1
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We got to take a few days off work and head out to a nice campground here in Michigan. We had nice weather, a bit cool but great for a campfire. Here are a few pictures we took. Our little trailer did okay this trip too. Click on the picture to enlarge.








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We got to take a few days off work and head out to a nice campground here in Michigan. We had nice weather, a bit cool but great for a campfire. Here are a few pictures we took. Our little trailer did okay this trip too. Click on the picture to enlarge.








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Thank for shareing your pics.
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Last trip of the year is always sad. That is part of the reason we live where we do....there really is not a last trip of the year.

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Aww I know.. We got to take our New to us Beast out 1 time We had hoped for at least a second..But then well cheapo Walmart batteries the PO put in died.SO now I get to worry about it sitting all winter not getting started...grrr(or until I can get enough money to replace them with REAL batteries)
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Glad you had a great year!! You sure worked for it!
What brand of battery's are you getting for that coach??
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