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Old 03-30-2011, 06:58 PM   #15
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Who me??Who drinks wine?? Sure,just point the way.
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I didn't see anything that couldn't be avoided as far as low tree branches at Blackwoods campground as far as heights are concerned. I was lower than 12 but had LOADS of room and I am sure some of the rigs in there were over the 12' easy..
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Old 06-29-2011, 08:48 PM   #17
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In 2008 we stayed at seawall with 33ft Excel that is 12 ft high and had no problem and even close.
been there several times (seawall) 34 foot motorhome; If you were 14 foot tall you wouldn't have a problem. where do these people get this information?
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On the NPS website they say there is a height of 11' 8" .. I can't figure it out either
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