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Old 05-25-2022, 09:05 PM   #1
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Gotta love dry camping at the beach.
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Old 05-26-2022, 07:52 AM   #2
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That's just mean posting this. Just teasing. I have not been camping since March last year and it's killing me not being able to. Helping a sibling with back surgery, so I hope to get home and camp late this year.
It looks lovely and so relaxing. Where were you?
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That's just mean posting this. Just teasing. I have not been camping since March last year and it's killing me not being able to. Helping a sibling with back surgery, so I hope to get home and camp late this year.
It looks lovely and so relaxing. Where were you?
South Carlsbad State Beach. One of our favorites.
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That is one of my TOP fave campgrounds! Such a beautiful place. So hard to get a reservation there though. If I can dig it out, I will share some of my photo's of that campground. It was pre. TM for me. Had a Class A FR3 to enjoy at the time...(Perks of working for Mike Thompson's RV)
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We have been here about 20 times. Lots of times with our Class A 32í Southwind.
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Canít beat ocean sunsets
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Old 07-21-2022, 04:56 AM   #7
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Your van looks amazing, how old is it? It is very convenient to go on different trips in this van, and I dream about it. Now I travel only by my car and take a large waterproof tent with me, if I need to stay somewhere, then I lay it out and arrange a rest. This is also very convenient, but a van on wheels is much better than a tent, don't you agree? I also use various camping utensils, which are specially designed for trips to the forest or picnics. One of my favorite things is https://www.amazon.com/pie-iron-for-campfire-cooking/dp/B088H42W2L because my mom gave it to me on my birthday and I always take it with me on every trip. Do you use special things that ease your residense in this van during long trips?
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