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Grey Nomads Camp


It was a detour to visit Baldry but we decided to do it because we were unlikely to get there any other time.

Baldry comprises farms, a church and community hall.  A Winnebago club seemed to have set up camp in the grounds with the silver haired travellers clustered around a campfire to ward off the growing chill as the day began to fade.
I wonder if we will ever join such a group.  For the moment we are very happy as independent wanderers.
Visit Baldry at 100 Towns.

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  1. A Winnebago costs a fortune. I fear it is not for such as I.

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  2. I think I'd have to be on the road for years before I'd ever want to join a group like that.

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