My two cents vis-a-vis campgrounds. For a M&G, it is the people and trailers not the amenities. I'd prefer a camp that has few attractions as to one that has pools, game rooms, concert venues, etc. I spend a good deal of my time sittin' and marvellin' (nature watching).
A water feature (lake, river), a pavillion and lots of woods - what else is needed? And for a four-day weekend, Penny and I can make do with electric-only sites.
So, we could look at more "down-scale" parks as well. Fewer artificial distractions would promote more fellowship, I think.
We'll see y'all at Buttonwood,
Wright Ellis and Penny Sedgley
'10 Tundra 4X4
SOB -'14 Rockwood 2604WS (Rocky
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