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Old 12-30-2010, 09:29 AM   #11
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Took me almost two years to find the perfect TM for us! Also took that much time to convince dh. After finally going all the way to PA (no RV dealers here in D.C.) to an RV show, I think that was finally the tipping point. Then the perfect one for us fell into our laps while I was working on Scouting stuff (I'm a Camp Director for a Cub Scout Day Camp).

Also, love your quote Mr. Adventure!
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Old 12-30-2010, 10:27 AM   #12
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Took me almost two years to find the perfect TM for us! Also took that much time to convince dh. After finally going all the way to PA (no RV dealers here in D.C.) to an RV show, I think that was finally the tipping point. Then the perfect one for us fell into our laps while I was working on Scouting stuff (I'm a Camp Director for a Cub Scout Day Camp).

Also, love your quote Mr. Adventure!
There's a place in heaven for the person who runs the Cub Scout day camp.
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Old 12-30-2010, 11:03 AM   #13
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There's a place in heaven for the person who runs the Cub Scout day camp.
Thanks, this is my third year of a couple of hundred Cubs at a time. Not to mention a staff of 50+. I quit after the first year. They convinced me that everyone has a tough first year. Not so bad the second year. But my National Camping School Certification is only 5 years, so there is an end in sight. I was the fishing and nature person before camp director, so I miss the one-on-one with the kids. Don't get to do so much of that now except when I volunteer at my son's school. I also am the Committee Chair of a Cub Scout Pack with about 43 boys. Keeps me on my toes.
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Bill's Screen Door kit
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