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Old 09-05-2018, 06:14 PM   #78079
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Just a little rain this evening, didn't last long.

Forecast for a lot of rain the next few days...

Looks like you might catch some up there...

Stay safe, Enjoy the journey...
Yep, had a rain here today but MI looks really wet on the Doppler

Oh well, it is what it is, Cause Wayne screwed it up! Maybe at least he'll get a bath in the rain.
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Old 09-05-2018, 06:59 PM   #78080
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Those locations look right. We're in the #16-17 row, just a couple of spaces away from the #17 on your map. spaces are wide with a narrow row of trees & undergrowth between them for some privacy. Our spot is almost dead level. Roads are paved, sites are sandy soil and gravel with a picnic table and fire ring.
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Old 09-05-2018, 07:04 PM   #78081
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RE: White River Campground, Cicero, Indiana

I agree this is a very nice campground. The only problem we ever had was one spring when we wanted to go there one Spring but couldn't because the river had flooded the place and it was temporarily closed...so maybe Spring isn't the best time...
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Old 09-05-2018, 07:30 PM   #78082
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Those locations look right. We're in the #16-17 row, just a couple of spaces away from the #17 on your map. spaces are wide with a narrow row of trees & undergrowth between them for some privacy. Our spot is almost dead level. Roads are paved, sites are sandy soil and gravel with a picnic table and fire ring.
Sounding good!
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Yep, had a rain here today but MI looks really wet on the Doppler

Oh well, it is what it is, Cause Wayne screwed it up! Maybe at least he'll get a bath in the rain.
MH and car needed a bath after Labor Day races in front of the MH. The 5 mph sign didn't mean a thing for some if not many. As luck would have it, after everyone left on Monday we had a good down pour and washed all the dust away.


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Those locations look right. We're in the #16-17 row, just a couple of spaces away from the #17 on your map. spaces are wide with a narrow row of trees & undergrowth between them for some privacy. Our spot is almost dead level. Roads are paved, sites are sandy soil and gravel with a picnic table and fire ring.
Had they already have you assigned to a site before you got there?
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Old 09-05-2018, 09:01 PM   #78084
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I have an older Bounder, it's a 1999 and it's only 28' 10" long, 8.5' wide, no slides. It's nothing fancy but, it's clean, full class A, I added some practical mods for camping. It's Simple, easy and there's something very comfortable about it. I focus on reliability and practicality not fluff. We have hammocks!!!, backpacks, and really cold beer. I'm not sure if this qualifies us for Mutant status but! owning a motorhome is very cool. You guys are pretty cool too.
Howdy Bounder28T, not sure if you've read this thread much, but this group has some pretty stringent requirements that are mandatory to meet our high qualification standards.

For example, you have to tell us something your wonderful rig doesn't have and you don't miss. Not only that, you have to declare the Journey is the Destination as that's our basic motto.

If'n you can figure all that out, there may be someone else that comes along and anoints you with a coveted mutant number. So study up, think long and hard and here's hoping you get past these burdensome hurdles.
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Howdy Bounder28T, not sure if you've read this thread much, but this group has some pretty stringent requirements that are mandatory to meet our high qualification standards.

For example, you have to tell us something your wonderful rig doesn't have and you don't miss. Not only that, you have to declare the Journey is the Destination as that's our basic motto.

If'n you can figure all that out, there may be someone else that comes along and anoints you with a coveted mutant number. So study up, think long and hard and here's hoping you get past these burdensome hurdles.
Wow, that's a new one to me, responded to a post and it was gone when I submitted mine...weird...
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We'll be there Friday!
Tim,
About what time of day will you get there. We're sorta close by.
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We bought it because of the slab, yes we will reuse it, plans are to put a modular on it, after our house sells, seawall already built, impact fees paid, the ones who started left plans with the deed, but we dont want to go that big... but the slab saves us time and money.....

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Hey..... Plenty of lots still available... for other MUTANTS...
Wow, looks great Di.
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I slept GREAT!!! last night, thanks to some benedryl and a pain pill, but more importantly, I woke up without any back pain for the first time in maybe 15 years. I hope I can stay pain free as I work on the storage shed this afternoon. So far this is a miracle cure.
That is wonderful news, Barb!! And don't do too much too soon, little lady.
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Old 09-06-2018, 05:12 AM   #78089
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About what time of day will you get there. We're sorta close by.
Not sure, we have a tour in Decatur then move over following the tour. Could take longer if I lay down a bunch of cash (not likely) and get a new coach.
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My post regarding Bounder38T never was posted on this thread (about an hour ago). Is Bounder38T bannished from this thread along with any mention of him/her???
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Old 09-06-2018, 08:12 AM   #78091
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Is it 28T or 38T?
Try sending a private message. If he/she is not on the forum it will not let you send one, I think. (therefore I am)
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My space was already assigned when I arrived. I didn't ask to be next to anyone in particular when I made the reservation. I had hoped to be next to the Grand Poobah so I could hang my striped shorts in the window facing them but since they're not coming...
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