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Old 09-21-2006, 02:14 AM   #15
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Looks good for us guys. We had a great time there our last visit.

I like the idea of not having to cook!!!!!! The buffet is greta there. We will be looking foward to it.
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Old 09-21-2006, 04:20 AM   #16
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Connecticut in the spring, I'll be there. Look forward to seeing everyone again.
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Old 09-21-2006, 04:20 AM   #17
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Jersey Bob:
Hi everyone

Sign me up. I'm interested in a site with water, electric, and sewer. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Tom and I will have our Blue Boys there if anyone needs it. W/E/S Sites will not be in the Rally Field. If you click on the site map, it enlarges the map. The Rally is called the High Ground. Tom is on site #11 and I am on #18. Site # 19 is a water view site at the boat launch. Across from me, but a walk to the High Ground. It would be a good site for any size rig, especially if you have a boat. It is popular and would need to be booked soon if it is available, even now. All sites will be on a mowed lawn. I will see if I can get 30 sites this weekend because there has been all positive coments. Doris I can not believe you will not be coming. Vet Man
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Old 09-21-2006, 05:09 AM   #18
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I too would be interested in a WES site...
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Old 09-21-2006, 05:40 AM   #19
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I would want to be on the rally field. W/E/S would be nice but W/E is fine for us for a weekend.
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We will attend if our schedule permits --- no schedule until winter --- we will take WES we can walk to youse guys ---

Been there before, it's a nice park, hiking trail in the woods, had a nice indoor pavilion last time we were there, good food served there.
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Old 09-21-2006, 06:13 AM   #21
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content"> Doris I can not believe you will not be coming. Vet Man </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Me either We'll have to come another weekend.
Unless I can convince my kids that would be a nice thing to do on Mother's Day, we won't be away again. We've been gone the last two years on Mother's Day, but it was close to home and I was able to convince one of them to join us. It still didn't go over good. This time it would be too far from their mother in laws (and I sure couldn't get the mil's to come), so I don't think it would happen. I'm not facing them to tell them I'll be gone again...my grandson was very disappointed last year, and I'd have three grands disappointed this year.
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Doris,what about us,I thought we were you family? . We understand.
Bill and Tom,W/E is fine for us.I have a tote also . I think if we gave them enough notice,they could handle our breakfast order.The price was right .Let me know if we can help with anything.
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Old 09-22-2006, 03:55 AM   #23
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To; Tom and Bill,

Just printed copy of site plan; too small for me to read.

I'd like to call cg and make reservations today for a full hook-up site as close to the rest of you as possible.

I notice there is a big field and a small field, whch are we in?

Spent time in North Stonington over 7/4/06, there is plenty to do and see, we even found a NICE swimming hole , sed by locals only, we bribed them, if warm enough.

Keep posting and let me know if we can help.

Maybe, a few of us could put out a lunch, breakfast or supper buffet, not time-consuming or a lot of work, this way all can relax, enjoy company and food as long as they want!!

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Hey Tom and Bill,

Count us in! The rally field is great.

With all the activities to choose from in the area, sounds like this rally could last a couple weeks!
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by ajbjrvers:
To; Tom and Bill,

Just printed copy of site plan; too small for me to read.

I'd like to call cg and make reservations today for a full hook-up site as close to the rest of you as possible.

I notice there is a big field and a small field, whch are we in?

Spent time in North Stonington over 7/4/06, there is plenty to do and see, we even found a NICE swimming hole , sed by locals only, we bribed them, if warm enough.

Keep posting and let me know if we can help.

Maybe, a few of us could put out a lunch, breakfast or supper buffet, not time-consuming or a lot of work, this way all can relax, enjoy company and food as long as they want!!

Thanks=== AIME==== </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Glad to see all of the positive feedback. Tom and I talked last night and decided to hold off until the fall rally to see how people feel about it being on mother's day. I believe there are other dates available in that month. If anyone would like to respond here or send us an e=mail if you are unable to attend the fall rally that would be ok. Not just looking at the holiday, trying to set it up on Tom's weekend off. If you click on the site map it will enlarge. The area marked as the high ground is the rally field. The small field and big field are mostly seasonal sites, they all have W/E/S but there is a possibility they may be available. Tom and I are on Sites #11 and #18. After the fall rally Tom and I will post the final date of the rally, and the site numbers in the High Ground. The small field will be the closet to the rally field and have W/E/S. Also a couple of the sites in the samll field have 50 amp otherwise it is all 30amp. Vet Man
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Just found the high ground area, there are a number of full- hook-up sites close and some have cable.

Let me know dates and other info , so I can get locked in.

QUESTION?? Would you entertain combining IRV2 eally with that of a non IRV2 group?? It would increase the numbers and maybe make for better pricing. Let me know as I have a group in mind, 20 - 25 rigs, nice people.

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The small field is the closet place with W/E/S from there you can walk up a path with the bathhouse along the way to the Rally Field. The path is right by Tom's 5th wheel, site #11. The Rally Field and the "High Ground" are the same place. All sites in the park have cable TV included in the Fee. W/E/S sites will be hard to come by because most are seasonal, so anyone who wants one will have to jump quick when the time comes. These are sites 2-4-6-8-10-12-19 there are others in the Big Field. When I book the Rally I will try to find out what W/E/S sites are avail. Tom or I can help anyone decide what site is best for them. They are all mowed lawn, even the rally field. The outside edge of the Rally Field would be Shady sites. There would be very few that can not except anysize rig. Just alittle added info on the campground for those who may bring a boat.
The river runs 7 miles north from the campground and 1 mile south. A Ct fishing licence is required for those over 16 they are available at the campground. Bill
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