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Old 03-05-2013, 10:58 AM   #1
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Suffering seasonal disorder

Suffering seasonal disorder! I have a bit of a problem here in our newer home in Windsor ON. We moved here a year ago at the end of Mar. and our trailer is in such a nice spot right outside our kitchen window. Now I thought it was perfect but I have developed a seasonal disorder lately. We do not have a dishwasher here and so I do the dishes. We have a counter on the computer that tells me we leave for Florida in 49 days give or take a few. Our first site reservation is April 30. Now I have to fight each day to keep my excited hands off the keys to the trailer as there is no sense going out there to get it ready. It is almost ready to go NOW! Judy my lovely wife says Ted take it easy it will only take about five hours to get it up and running. So I stand and do the dishes while Judy is doing lots of other jobs like painting and laundry. I look out and dream of all the sights we will see and the people we will meet and share space and time with. 49 Days can seem so long but it will be here so soon and our time there so soon gone. Oh well have to go and do some other odd job and watch and wait. Sorry to trouble you with my little problems.
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Old 03-05-2013, 12:29 PM   #2
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Ted,

I just replied to your post, but it got lost. Basically, I said I'm suffering from the same issue. Need more blue sky and sunshine! But, the camping season is coming!!

Hope this gets through.
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Old 03-05-2013, 02:13 PM   #3
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With the cold fronts coming into Central Florida I am seeing more and more campers heading North. That means more room for those of you wanting to come South. So, your frustrations about heading out can be lessened by the knowledge there will be plenty of room here. You might double check locations of campsites and sinkholes but everything else is just fine.
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Well guys, I been chomping at the bit for the last month. Our first outiong is scheduled for the second week in April and I have some work to do on our Sunny (replace carpet with new flooring, replace hitch jack with power jack) before then, so either this weekend or next I plan on bringing it home.
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Old 03-05-2013, 05:05 PM   #5
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3 feet of snow in the fields camper in the barn more snow tonight and maybe several inch's Thursday damn it it's March it can stop now! To top it off my snow mobile has engine problems and I can't even go play in the snow. My usual first time out is May about the time the mud finally drys up.
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... and some of us have to snowblow a path to "check up" on our Sunny.
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Old 03-05-2013, 08:03 PM   #7
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Yup, I'm in serious camping withdrawal too.... We have not been out since Thanksgiving weekend . This is the first time since Nov 2003 we have had a stretch this long of no camping....

Work and the weather have got in the way. This weekend it is suppose to hit 50. WOW Yesssss, CG here we come....

Tonight we are suppose to get 6" of snow...

Some how I think we will be looking out the house window at Sunny yet another weekend....

Sunny is ready to roll within an hour of, Let's go.... Now just need the weather to cooperate....
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We got the "hitch itch" too! We made some reservations for two summer camping trips, including the Buttonwood M&G. and one September trip to NY wine country. This week I called some of the nearer State Parks to see when they were opening their campsites.

First SP I called to ask when their sites were opening, the guy said, "Uh... the day before the first day of trout season."

Long pause on my part, "Great! I don't know when that is."

Equally long pause on his part and then a little sheepishly, "Neither do I, let me check."

Turns out its the second Friday in April. We were hoping for the first of April, in case the weather broke. Oh well, we still have things to do on the 2363.
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Major SAD going on here too! Our last trip was also Thanksgiving. It was so great I thought it might hold me over but nope, those fond memories are making me want to go even more. And going out into the camper to wander around just makes it worse! And now it's snowing....
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Sunny is ready to roll within an hour of, Let's go.... Now just need the weather to cooperate....
I'm also having serious withdraw! I'm also out of carport space, so Sunny #19 is forced to ride out the storm in the front yard! The 344, however, is also ready to roll with only an hour's notice!

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We got the "hitch itch" too! We made some reservations for two summer camping trips, including the Buttonwood M&G. and one September trip to NY wine country. This week I called some of the nearer State Parks to see when they were opening their campsites.

First SP I called to ask when their sites were opening, the guy said, "Uh... the day before the first day of trout season."

Long pause on my part, "Great! I don't know when that is."

Equally long pause on his part and then a little sheepishly, "Neither do I, let me check."

Turns out its the second Friday in April. We were hoping for the first of April, in case the weather broke. Oh well, we still have things to do on the 2363.
Wow we usually have either snow on the ground or mud most camps up here don't open till May 15 and you had better have full propane tanks cuzz your going to need heat!
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Yup, we got 8" of white stuff last night....

However by noon it started to melt pretty good and on the way home late from work it was still 36 out and 8" turned into about 4". Thursday is suppose to be 42...H'mm maybe....maybe we will get lucky??

Will see what happens the next 48 hours. Hey, gotta have hope...
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We were supposed to get 6" to 8". Got nothing but rain!
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Yup, we got 8" of white stuff last night....

However by noon it started to melt pretty good and on the way home late from work it was still 36 out and 8" turned into about 4". Thursday is suppose to be 42...H'mm maybe....maybe we will get lucky??

Will see what happens the next 48 hours. Hey, gotta have hope...
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