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RE: Winhall Brook COE campground VT

Here are a few pix from our visits there.
wxtoad 03/13/20 06:37am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Chattanooga TN

My recommendation is Chester Frost County Park, about 15 miles northeast of Chattanooga.
wxtoad 02/28/20 06:15am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Windows 10 Email Program suggestions

Use Gmail like most of us do Not sure that "most of us" use gmail. I've encountered problems with gmail: - Their POP3 mail does not work as POP3 normally should work. Even when set to leave email on server, any devices fetching mail after one device has done so, will not get the email. - When away from home, their security is so tight that it won't let me download email without jumping through all sorts of hoops. - It limits the size of attachments. Totally frustrating. I use Outlook on my PC and K9 mail on my mobile devices. I have a non-gmail address. Just my experience - yours may well vary.
wxtoad 02/11/20 10:03am Technology Corner
RE: Charge for each pet ??? your thoughts

I would like to hear from a park owner that has looked into insurance policy pricing for the campground that allows pets versus not allowing pets. If the charge is used to cover an increase in insurance cost because dogs are allowed, they are charging the correct patrons. I don't like the idea floated by earlier posters relating the charge to park employees cleaning up after the dogs. This implies that if I pay my $5 I don't have to clean up the mess. I paid for someone else to do it. They are not going to tell you that the fee is to clean up after your pet, but the reality is, someone has to do it. They cant just leave doggie do everywhere. Quite often it is in vacant sites. Do you want to pull in to find a nice pile in your campsite. Been to 100's of campgrounds. Never seen an employee pick up after the idiots who don't clean up after their pets. We were volunteer camp hosts at a FL state park for a number of years and I can tell you we picked up LOTS of doggie-doo!
wxtoad 02/08/20 07:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: North Rim Campground

There are some fantastic dispersed locations on USFS land near the North Rim. A few years ago we stayed at Saddle Mt Overlook, right on the edge of the canyon rim - don't be a sleepwalker! But be prepared for a dusty road out and back. We took our brand-new Lazy Daze out there and it was covered in red dust, inside and out. DW wasn't too happy. Other recommended spots are Crazy Jug Point and Indian Hollow.
wxtoad 01/12/20 07:57am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Tennessee

WE have always enjoyed camping in TN. Here are posts we've made with pix and comments about the places we've stayed: Bandy Creek, Big South Fork NRRA Cedar of Lebanon SP Cherokee Dam TVA Chester Frost County Park Cumberland Mt SP David Crockett SP Douglas Dam Tailwater - TVA Long Branch - COE Melton Hill Dam - TVA Meadow Park City Lake Observation Knob County Park Old Stone Fort SP Panther Creek SP Pickwick Dam - TVA Warriors' Path SP Enjoy your trip!
wxtoad 10/20/19 07:17am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: lobsters in Maine

In Freeport, Day's south of town or Harraseeket Lunch and Lobster. Both will be a tad less touristy. Both are counter service and picnic tables. X2 for Harraseeket But be aware that parking is very tight there - unless you're in a van or p/u camper, I would not take an RV there.
wxtoad 09/26/19 10:11am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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