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Back at the camp the lines continue.  More and more of the campsites are given over to cabins these days but they generally have a few spots for caravans and tent campers.  This campsite is very large with plenty of spots for all types.

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  1. We often stay in cabins but I like to see some shady trees.

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    1. There are lots of trees around the perimeter so the outlook is nice.

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  2. Can't say that looks terribly inviting.......
    I'd feel like I had to get up every morning and stand at attention outside the front door.

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    1. I know how you feel. Curbing and guttering alone make me feel like that. I dread the day it reaches our house in the mountains.

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