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Old 12-27-2019, 07:15 PM   #1401
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La Penita del Jaltembre

We are at the closest beach to Guadalajara.
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Old 12-27-2019, 08:23 PM   #1402
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Well, not sure you'll understand, but - here is what is out my FRONT window, right now. And though it may not look like much, it's a Very Happy View, for me.

My 17B is happily in its winter "house" on my place here in New Hampshire. I can pop outside any ol' time, fire up the furnace, open the rock shield, and - voila! - this is my view.

All smiles, here
I think you forgot to attach the photo
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Old 12-27-2019, 11:02 PM   #1403
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I think you forgot to attach the photo
That's what I first thought; then...
Maybe it's snow-white solid snow w/a snow-white border, on our typical snow-white forum page.
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Old 01-08-2020, 08:16 PM   #1404
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We are at Watchman campground. Not too many people here. We hiked in the narrows today. Itís beautiful!
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Old 01-08-2020, 08:23 PM   #1405
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We are at Watchman campground in Zion. Just beautiful.
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Old 01-09-2020, 06:14 AM   #1406
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We are at Watchman campground. Not too many people here. We hiked in the narrows today. Itís beautiful!
Love this - have added it to my list
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Old 01-27-2020, 05:00 PM   #1407
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On the road again after too long in our driveway

Sunset over Seminole Lake from our site at East Bank Campground, Bainbridge, GA.
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Photo of the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam a short time later.
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Currently at the Ocean Pond Campground in the Osceola National Forest near Sanderson, FL.
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Old 01-27-2020, 05:30 PM   #1408
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On the road again after too long in our driveway

Sunset over Seminole Lake from our site at East Bank Campground, Bainbridge, GA.

Photo of the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam a short time later.

Currently at the Ocean Pond Campground in the Osceola National Forest near Sanderson, FL.

I'm particularly interested in water sites up and down the East Coast, and these look lovely!
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I'm here at Dome Rock in Quartzsite, AZ, with what I suspect is Dome Rock on the right. This is the location for the February fiberglass rally. While no one is here in the general area, there are a bunch of fiberglass trailers (mostly Olivers) to the east of the normal set up area.
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Old 02-07-2020, 10:54 AM   #1410
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Had a couple of strangers checking out our Escape while we were at Moss Park, Orlando, Florida.
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Old 02-07-2020, 02:03 PM   #1411
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Had a couple of strangers checking out our Escape while we were at Moss Park, Orlando, Florida.
Well, if you thought they were a bit "strange", wonder what they thought of you! (Whatever it was, clearly, you were NOT a threat )

What distinguished and special visitors!
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When you hear something on the roof you’ll know one
of those birds has bad eyesight and is incubating the egg of her life.
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Old 02-07-2020, 03:35 PM   #1413
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When you hear something on the roof youíll know one
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and when you leave they follow you home.......
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Old 02-07-2020, 05:04 PM   #1414
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Had a couple of strangers checking out our Escape while we were at Moss Park, Orlando, Florida.
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Well, if you thought they were a bit "strange", wonder what they thought of you! (Whatever it was, clearly, you were NOT a threat )

What distinguished and special visitors!
In case anyone doesn't recognize them and is curious, those are Sandhill Cranes.
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The spring migration of the Sandhills peaks in central
Nebraska in the area around Kearny Nebraska in about
two months. I’ve seen them there as early as April first but a week or so later is usually better. It’s quite an annual event that draws a lot of folks. There is
Camping in the area at Fort Kearny State Recreation Area and some other parks like Windmill state park
adjacent to interstate 80.
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The spring migration of the Sandhills peaks in central
Nebraska in the area around Kearny Nebraska in about
two months. Iíve seen them there as early as April first but a week or so later is usually better. Itís quite an annual event that draws a lot of folks. There is
Camping in the area at Fort Kearny State Recreation Area and some other parks like Windmill state park
adjacent to interstate 80.
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As former Nebraskans we've been fortunate to witness the crane migration several times - it is truly spectacular. We spent one cold night in our tent at Kearney State Recreation area determined to wake up in time to see them leave the Plattr River at dawn. We woke to the sound of hundreds of cranes flying over us as they left their overnight roost.
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Do not forget Pioneer Village in Minden, I need to get back there, I only got through 3 of the 26 buildings they have http://www.pioneervillage.org/index....d=43&Itemid=39
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Just put on the bucket list ty
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Old 02-08-2020, 01:37 PM   #1419
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As former Nebraskans we've been fortunate to witness the crane migration several times - it is truly spectacular. We spent one cold night in our tent at Kearney State Recreation area determined to wake up in time to see them leave the Plattr River at dawn. We woke to the sound of hundreds of cranes flying over us as they left their overnight roost.
That sound brings us out of the house to see them every spring and fall. They put on a good show, with thousands visible in the air at a time, at altitudes more commonly occupied by aircraft than birds. Occasionally we see them circling to climb or descent, but never find where they have landed; I've only seen them on the ground a couple at a time, in the Northwest Territories and in Texas.
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Well, it is almost out my back window 😀! At Maverick RV Park, Lajitas, TX.

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