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    Added a tarp and poles.
    Pack your rain gear for Thurs girls. I see 80% chance.


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    Truck is ready to roll. Headed out mid morning. Not sure where we will spend tomorrow night, but probably only a couple of hours from the camp.
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    We decide to head out tomorrow morning sometime. We're going to stay at Red Top Mountain State Park, just north of Atlanta tomorrow night.

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    Be safe heading out guys! I won't be headed out till late Thursday morning. Should arrive at camp late afternoon. I got everything ready except gotta get groceries and just load it all up! Little tots are excited as am I!!!!!!
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    I got my gear together "mostly", off to get groceries now. Still hitting the road tomorrow morning and expecting to arrive by 7:00pm Thursday. Everyone have a safe trip!
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    I just got back from the store.

    You know you have been eating healthy for too long when you can not find the Little Debbies display!
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    Looking at the weather for nearby Oneida, it looks like rain all day on Thurs, except for a few hour break 2-4 pm. Hopefully, the rain won't dampen the fire and the rest of the weekend. Be safe getting there everyone. See you at the fire!
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    All ready to go, a few hours sleep and I'll be on the road by 10:00am. See everyone soon. Phil
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    TWIMC

    There is a storm system moving through. It extends from Montreal Canada to the Gulf of Mexico so there is no way to miss out on the joys of camping in the rain today, or driving through it if going north to south.

    Good luck folks, and smack the tent pegs again just to make sure.
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    Y'all have a great time......Missing the fire and friends greatly....
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    Well, I am back home.

    Worn out from the drive too.

    I met Max and the other Max (one of them has a real good personality but I can't remember which one?), and Phil, Yellow Yak and Ms. Yak.

    Nate and Ms.Tot and the little Tots are right behind me and should get home by dark.

    I was far enough south to get Krystal burgers, which I consider home cooking.

    Good camp, good location, weather was great for me but it rained on most of the others Thursday night into Friday morning.

    Got to take a nap now and then unload the truck.
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    Back home again. It was good seeing everybody again. A special thanks to Phil, Nate and Greg for the generous door prizes they donated. I'm sure they will see a lot of use.
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    Made it back home yesterday at a little after 6pm. Did the typical "everyone shower and unload the food". I also strung out the tent to air out and dry out. Slept like a rock last night and today has been laundry and dishes. Here in a bit, I am detailing the Mrs. Tot's car. One more cup of coffee, first!

    It was a great time. Food galore, great coffee, fantastic company, and warm fires. Seeing old friends was great, and meeting new ones was a joy.

    The camp area was nice. Saw lots of crows and squirrels. The Mrs. was impressed with the restroom facilities having showers and being heated. The gift shop/info building was nice. They gave the little tots work books which they completed. When they turned them in, they gave them little badges and swore them in as "Jr. Rangers". My little red head thought that was pretty big stuff. We also got a jam from the store which is phenomenal on biscuits made in the dutch oven. Nearby was a few trails which the tot clan hiked. Both led to breathtaking views looking into mountains with the valley below containing a river. All in all a pretty great time.
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    Always good to here the safe return of the travelers....
    Hope all will check in whit the same good news.
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    Not home yet. Had to stop in N. GA. Girlied out and got a room with a king sized bed and a big screen TV.

    Really cool meeting new folks and putting faces to names. That's why I came. Great folks and great food.

    FYI. Max is crashed hard on the sofa with his head hanging almost to the floor. No nappytime in camp I guess.

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    Did anyone save my red folding chair?

    I walked off and left it at the campfire.

    If you got it just hang onto it and use it if you need it.

    I am going to snag one of those nice HF chairs like Max has next trip to town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    Did anyone save my red folding chair?

    I walked off and left it at the campfire.

    If you got it just hang onto it and use it if you need it.

    I am going to snag one of those nice HF chairs like Max has next trip to town.
    We saw it and thought it was yours. It is now in my garage being held as ransom till you take Mrs tot up on dinner at our place.

    I also have a smaller serving spoon that was left in one of my dutch ovens. Whomever it belongs too, pm me your addy and I'll send it out.
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    Thanks Nate.

    You guys remember that my schedule is wide open so all you have to do is plan dinner around two jobs, school, two kids, their school and the winter weather we have approaching!

    Shouldn't be a problem.

    Did you finish that project we started? It is difficult to believe that between 4 camps of wilderness junkies we could not find a screwdriver that did not have a multi-tool attached to it!
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    Guess I should have come to this one....full tool box in the back of Big Red.....and the trailer as well, in the trailer light kit.....LOL
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    Glad you all had a good time. One of these days.... Once you get rested and unloaded, I'd love to see some pictures!
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