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About 6 1/2 hours for me..

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388 mi ? about 6 hours 41 mins

According to google maps. If I don't go, that could be why.


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Well there's always ECXC.. ;)

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Here's the location of "Pickle Park" C'mon Jeter, you can wear your rainbow pirate hat!! :D

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=maidstone+state+park+vt&fb=1&split=1&gl=us&cid=0,0,11553471391018676830&ei=aZzGSY2wApmxtgesvoFv&sa=X&oi=local_result&resnum=1&ct=image

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3.5 hours there and I know people in Newport VT and they like to venture off road.


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Man that's almost a 7 hour drive just to go camping with you guys. :? Thanks but no thanks...
You pink hats have a twisted idea of what makes for a good time.

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Man that's almost a 7 hour drive just to go camping with you guys. :? Thanks but no thanks...
You pink hats have a twisted idea of what makes for a good time.
:lol:


About the same for me.

They'll all go well with your ROYGBIV cap! ky :mrgreen:


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Roygbiv cap?????

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Man that's almost a 7 hour drive just to go camping with you guys. :? Thanks but no thanks...
You pink hats have a twisted idea of what makes for a good time.

:lol:

What's the big deal? A-Rod takes it(needles and God knows what else that freak Madonna is into)in the ass?

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BigE515 wrote:
Roygbiv cap?????

abbreviation for the colors of the rainbow, rainbow cap.

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What's the big deal? A-Rod takes it(needles and God knows what else that freak Madonna is into)in the ass?

Needles in the hip, not the ass, the hip.

I hope he never plays again.

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It wouldnt be a sausagefest if I showed up! :wink:


No, there is another word for it then, but I am going to just keep my mouth shut. :lol:

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Bklyn.X wrote:
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Roygbiv cap?????

abbreviation for the colors of the rainbow, rainbow cap.

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What's the big deal? A-Rod takes it(needles and God knows what else that freak Madonna is into)in the ass?

Needles in the hip, not the ass, the hip.

I hope he never plays again.


Me too! :wink:

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It wouldnt be a sausagefest if I showed up! :wink:


No, there is another word for it then, but I am going to just keep my mouth shut. :lol:


So, no quotes from "Deliverance?"
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The campground in Vermont I usually go to closed a section, the section I always camp in. I was going to get a water front site this year but it appears the whole world is going camping this summer. I looked at Vermont State Parks, evry waterfront site is reserved already! Except for the tent sites. Maybe everyone figures with the economy it might be cheaper to go camping for a summer vacation. There are some great campsites along Lake Champlain. I like this site-


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Before my wife and I had our (currently 5-year-old) daughter, we used to go (car) camping at Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park in Maine (on the east side of the state near Lincoln). It was about 8 miles down a logging road and fairly secluded. We used to get a site (it was site#37 at the time) that was near the Mattawamkeag River. When we went slept in the tent at night, we could hear the sound of the rapids - it put us right to sleep.

We haven't been there in quite a few years, but we hope to take our daughter up there in a couple years or so. I am not sure if it has changed any (e.g., paving the logging road), but I hope they maintained that "wilderness" feel of the place. I believe they have a website - I should check it out.

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