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Old 09-17-2021, 05:35 PM   #1
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Another in the books....

Just returned from another great vacation....
Truck, trailer, wife....all performed flawlessly.
This spot was a bugger and a half to get into...backing uphill, and 2 turns in opposite directions and the tires on my spread axle stayed on
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Old 09-17-2021, 05:43 PM   #2
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Just returned from another great vacation....
Truck, trailer, wife....all performed flawlessly.
This spot was a bugger and a half to get into...backing uphill, and 2 turns in opposite directions and the tires on my spread axle stayed on
Beautiful spot, whereabouts is this?
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Old 09-17-2021, 05:50 PM   #3
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Beautiful spot, whereabouts is this?
I agree, Glad it went well.
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Old 09-17-2021, 06:07 PM   #4
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This was at Leavenworth, Washington, along side the Wenatchee River.

This river feeds many orchards and we took great advantage of that, picking apples, pears, and peaches right off the trees.

One night my wife made a peach pie, it was so good, better than watching politicians getting caught in their lies......almost.
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This was at Leavenworth, Washington, along side the Wenatchee River.

This river feeds many orchards and we took great advantage of that, picking apples, pears, and peaches right off the trees.

One night my wife made a peach pie, it was so good, better than watching politicians getting caught in their lies......almost.
Wonderful! Iíve been to Leavenworth for a ski racing event. Very neat town, Iíve also been informed they have a very extensive OHV network. Iíll put this on the ďneed to goĒ list
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Wonderful! Iíve been to Leavenworth for a ski racing event. Very neat town, Iíve also been informed they have a very extensive OHV network. Iíll put this on the ďneed to goĒ list
Good deal...yeah, its a neat town, and lots of food, and even more wineries and beer joints to sample or get hammered at....

However, I won't share the whereabouts to finding these mermaids.

What happens along the river, stays along the river
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If I remember right, isnít there a Bavarian style village there? We stayed in Seattle KOA. I wanted to go to the fishermanís memorial because Phil Harris had just passed away but I was over ruled by the DW and her sister.
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Old 09-18-2021, 07:52 AM   #8
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Yes, a really neat Bavarian Village. They have a really nice KOA there too. It has been added on to and remodeled with shuttle service into town for those who sample too much German beer

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Yes, a really neat Bavarian Village. They have a really nice KOA there too. It has been added on to and remodeled with shuttle service into town for those who sample too much German beer
Good to know, As I remember the KOA was full when We did our trip, and I didnt want to tow a 37' fiver in the hills. Looking at really "retiring" soon and that may be on our list again along with Cascade Locks in Oregon.
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Old 09-21-2021, 08:39 PM   #10
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You can get in there easy, you'd be upfront, all pull throughs, patios, etc...nice sunny spots, a little more traffic, but who cares.... I like folks to stare at me when I wear my speedos
BTW, a great Safeway that has EVERYTHING including sushi, fried chicken, and all sorts of ready to eat food as well as great meat and produce, great prices if you are a Safeway member, easy walking distance too.
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