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Postby Rick Sheerin » Sun Sep 02, 2007 10:52 am

Norm- Good to see you are coming!! Dave made a typo, Diane and I are actually on site 33 right across road. See you in a few days!
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Postby campadk » Mon Sep 03, 2007 4:02 pm

Great news Rick! Thanks for stopping over. I like our site, looks great.

See everyone on Friday. We plan to get there about 1-2pm, depending on whether we have an chochkey (spello) stops.

Weather has been great lately in Lake Placid! For the weekend it's looking pretty good, maybe a bit of rain Sunday morning...

http://www.accuweather.com/forecast-15d ... 0&metric=0
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Postby Finntec » Mon Sep 03, 2007 7:25 pm

I too stopped at Nick's lake today. I have pictures of the sites, if anyone wants a photo. I also have pictures of the new restrooms too. :) All are available by request. I think we'll be all set. The sites are mostly large, level and private. Only 4 more days.
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Postby Gaelen » Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:34 pm

arrgh...I can not believe this is happening.
This morning I picked up Madison to crate her, and aggravated the problems I've been having with my lower back and left hip/sciatic nerve.

I've been on bedrest and painkillers all day. I can't pack the truck or the trailer--I can't even move from the couch to the kitchen. Unless things improve overnight, I am not going to be able to come camping this weekend...I can't drive on these meds.
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Postby Finntec » Thu Sep 06, 2007 8:04 pm

I know how bad the pain can be. Best of luck for a speedy recovery. Maybe you can come up by Sat.? Get well soon!
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Postby Dennis T » Fri Sep 07, 2007 6:51 am

Been there many times, Gaelan. :disappointed: This is where "Darla" takes over and does "EVERYTHING". :awesome: Many who know her can atest to it. Get rest and don't overdo. :relaxing:

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Postby boomer » Fri Sep 07, 2007 9:18 am

Not sure if anyone is still around but it looks like we will be able to come!!
Just going to check on sites. We can't get there until Sat night & we will be staying until Monday.
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Postby boomer » Fri Sep 07, 2007 9:30 am

Can't reserve for Sat but we were told by phone that we should not have a problem. If someone can, throw something on Site 27 or 36 for us & we will be there tomorrow evening!!
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Postby Finntec » Fri Sep 07, 2007 3:06 pm

Stacy & I are leaving in about an hour. We'll be there until Sunday morning. We need to get home by noon. We are on site 31.
Stay cool. :fan:
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Postby Kens » Fri Sep 07, 2007 11:54 pm

To Mr and Mrs Boomer sorry we are not going to see you on sunday. Will catch up with you guys later . Have a great time.
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Postby boomer » Sat Sep 08, 2007 10:07 am

Kens wrote:To Mr and Mrs Boomer sorry we are not going to see you on sunday. Will catch up with you guys later . Have a great time.


Thanks-we will see you soon!!!
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Postby Gr8Scot! » Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:48 am

I just wanted to take a minute and let everyone know that I appreciate the time you spent answering questions and letting me take pictures.

I enjoyed the campground, hunting through the hardware store, getting some ideas of what to do (and what not to do) when I start to build my TD but most of all, getting to meet and talk with all of you.

Thanks again.

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Postby boomer » Mon Sep 10, 2007 10:21 pm

Sorry we did not stick around on Sunday, with our late arrival on Saturday night, we did not have our canopy & screen room set up so the weather on Sunday morning really put a "damper"(pardon the pun) on our day. We did love the welcoming party & the fireside chat was great & it was nice to see you all again. We went into Old Forge for breakfast & saw Ray drive by :lol:
We ended up taking a lovely & wet ride to Lake Placid & stayed at the KOA in Wilmington-we dodged raindrops but were able to get the canopy up so we could cook & get in & out of the toter without getting wet.

Hope to see some of you one more time before winter sets in!!!
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Postby Gaelen » Mon Sep 10, 2007 11:13 pm

I am *really* bummed that I couldn't make it.
I know staying home and resting up was the smart choice, but I'm not used to choosing smart. ;) But I can say that after a weekend of Lyrica (now there's better living through chemistry...) and pretty much no moving around, the pain is down to a dull roar and I am much better. Made it through the whole day without chemical assistance today--progress!

But I do wish I could have gotten to meet everyone. Next time. Who knows--I might even have put new locksets in the SunSpot, patched up all the old screwholes and built new awnings by then!
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Postby Al-Les-Palace » Wed Sep 12, 2007 11:49 am

Had a great time at the Teardown. The brunch was fantastic. Good to see everyone again.

Had a quiet Sunday & night at Nick's L after everyone left. Had light showers on one hour - off the next - all day, evening, & night. We were the only people on loop B. Thanks Dave and Kate for the firewood - it warmed our evening.

Drove to Fish Creek Monday & set up on site 50. Missed the strong thunderstorms predicted for Tue night. Campground is probably about 75% full up to site 160 - all that is open. We will be staying until sometime next week.
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