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Champlain Valley Expo Campground, Essex Junction, VT

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#1 Leewhiz



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Posted 05 July 2013 - 09:41 AM

Spent last weekend there during a show.  Because of the rain the campground is extremely wet, and in the process of trying to the first campsite assigned, I became stuck in the campground.  Took assistance from CoachNet and a local big rig towing service to get me out.  Fortunately, I did not suffer any damage to our coach. 

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#2 vtbigdog


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Posted 09 July 2013 - 03:13 PM

May and June in Vermont were the wettest ever.  Try playing golf.  The Vermont Amateur Golf Championship was postponed until August due to the wet conditions.  Lake Champlain is 6" below flood stage and rising...and also at the highest level it has ever been this time of year.


Your situation at the fairgrounds was unusual but don't be discouraged...it will dry out sometime.

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