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Old 06-13-2016, 01:26 PM   #11
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Old 06-16-2016, 10:32 PM   #12
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Inaugural Escape 19 trip

I have just finished blog part 3 of our first extended trip with the new 19 footer. This blog takes us to a free campground near Lillooet, British Columbia. Thanks to everyone checking us out;
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Old 06-16-2016, 10:53 PM   #13
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Your photos are fabulous! I particularly like the ones of the gray catbird; my favorite bird.
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Old 06-17-2016, 09:16 AM   #14
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Lots of very nice photos. I have always wanted to see a Lazuli bunting. We have migratory indigo buntings down here in the spring and I enjoy seeing them. We have a pair of catbirds nesting at our place this spring. In late afternoon we get a concert of every bird song sung throughout the day as a cover album by Mr. Catbird. I have one question about your trip which some might find frivolous but would be important to me. Were the bugs bad? Thanks for all the photos, I'd like to get up in that country sometime.
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Your photos are fabulous! I particularly like the ones of the gray catbird; my favorite bird.
Thanks guys. Those Catbirds have a pretty good repertoire.
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Lots of very nice photos. I have always wanted to see a Lazuli bunting. We have migratory indigo buntings down here in the spring and I enjoy seeing them. We have a pair of catbirds nesting at our place this spring. In late afternoon we get a concert of every bird song sung throughout the day as a cover album by Mr. Catbird. I have one question about your trip which some might find frivolous but would be important to me. Were the bugs bad? Thanks for all the photos, I'd like to get up in that country sometime.
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Hi Dave. The bugs were only annoying at Green Lake where we close to the water. At Tunkwa and Seaton they were almost non-existent. Thanks for the comments.
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Lots of very nice photos. I have always wanted to see a Lazuli bunting. We have migratory indigo buntings down here in the spring and I enjoy seeing them. We have a pair of catbirds nesting at our place this spring. In late afternoon we get a concert of every bird song sung throughout the day as a cover album by Mr. Catbird. I have one question about your trip which some might find frivolous but would be important to me. Were the bugs bad? Thanks for all the photos, I'd like to get up in that country sometime.
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Hi: Iowa Dave... Down here in S. Wet Ontario we have enough bugs to feed the entire bird population. After the last rain the snails were everywhere too!!! Alf
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