nmeremianin

Campers With Children Under 20-- Check In!

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Hi all,

We are new to FMCA.

 I am 56, My DW 39+7, our daughter is 10.

We camp in the NJ, PA, DE, VA mostly, with longer trips to FL and out west,

This year we did Badlands, Mount Rushmore, Devils Tower, Yellowstone.

Who else out there is fine community camps with their Children? And Where?

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jleamont   
3 hours ago, nmeremianin said:

DW 39+7,

:lol: I have got to remember that!

2 kids under 20, one full time in college, the other 16, just got her learners permit  :wacko: let the gray hair begin :unsure:.

Just east of Lancaster PA, part time RV traveling making memories.

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Nmeremianin,

Welcome to both FMCA and the Forum. 

In July 2018 FMCA will have the National Convention and Family Reunions in Gillette Wyoming. If you plan your trip then you can, in almost a straight line, make Mt. Rushmore,  Devil's Tower, Gillette, Cody (a must) and then into Yellowstone. Hope you have the time to see it all. Would love to have you and your family in Gillette. 

Herman 

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jleamont   
2 hours ago, nmeremianin said:

Jl Drivers test on your coach?

I already had a class A CDL, doubles, tank and air brake endorsement. I helped another FMCA member get his also. Pretty weak here in PA to get a Non-CDL class B for a large coach.

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dp26   

54, #, and 20. Kids are on the end, DW in the middle. Two older boys who have lives of their own.

Already booked out and back stops around Gillette 2018.

Live in CA, temporarily "displaced" from Napa.

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dp26   

Yes to the rally. Our home is ok. We realised we can do without it. It is just a place to be. We got what we needed in the MH and jeep. Did not worry about what we left. Part of that is having good insurance, part is not being as attached to stuff as before.

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manholt   

Unfortunately, most folks can't say that.  Even the big wineries, their grape vines maybe OK, but when you have lost everything else, no matter how good it's insured, it will take years to replace!  Then there are the "others"!  

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dp26   

So many lost homes, so few builders to rebuild them. Even those who can will have a long recovery. One friend who lost their home was smart enough to find a place to rent within 48 hours. It is about 45 minutes away, but they decided to take it while there was something to take.

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