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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-18-2017, 04:39 PM Thread Starter
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First Camping trip of the season

Just got back from spending three days down in Moab, going thru some of the National Parks. Bobby bought a camp trailer this winter and was dying to use it so he talked me into going with him. He didn't have to taalk too hard I was wanting to go somewhere to find warmer tempitures anyway. Had a great time and saw some beautiful country.
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Great photos. I like the redrock country and landscapes.
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Nice pics! Terry, What brand of tent is that?Can you stand up in it?

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nice pics always a good start to camping
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Thanks Terry, for posting the pictures and yes it was a great ride, and we did see some beautiful country, I'm already planning our next great excape into the Abyss.....

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Great pics of a part of the country I do love to visit. How was the wind up there? Every time I go it is so windy I can't keep a tent on the ground.

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Great pictures = thanks for taking the time to post them. That part of the country is amazing.
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Gald you guy's could get a way. looked like fun. I did pull my camper to my Brother's house in Boise for the weekend.

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Awesome pictures.
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No it is too short for that . I need to get me a little bigger one now that I am old and not as flexiable as I was when I was younger.

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