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Old 09-08-2007, 05:36 PM   #1
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MD - Cunningham Falls S.P.

My wife and I spent an overnighter at Cunningham Falls State Park in Thurmont MD (A stone's throw from Camp David). We've lived 20 minutes away for 18 years and I'm sorry to say, have never camped here until this Friday night. It's a very nice campground with 5 loops, each in a beautiful wooded setting. Since it was for such a short time, we ran off our battery (only one loop has electric-Addison Run, we stayed in Bear Branch) and went w/o any of the usual conveniences like microwave and A.C (we've always said we'd miss something if we had too many of the comforts of home), but we thoroughly enjoyed the place especially with the fantastic wooded setting to the back of our site. We will return to camp here again and I thought I'd pass it on for those who might be looking for something in this area.
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Old 09-08-2007, 06:06 PM   #2
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To all of you wondering why this is here:

I tried to move it from Sunline Community (Where I'm moderator) to the Mid-eastern forum. I accidentially clicked Great Lakes and I can't go back because I'm not moderator of the forum where it went. Hutch is the only one who can move it and he will when he returns.

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Old 09-08-2007, 08:01 PM   #3
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Thanks for the post Jon, I couln't imagine what happenend to it (sorry, I didn't look for a better place first) then, wondered how it ended up in the Great Lakes. That explains it.
BTW, what year and model is the TT in your signature?
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Hi Rich,

I believe the TT in my sig is a '74 Orbiter 24 FGT. I know for a fact that it's a '74, but I can't confirm that's the correct model. The oldest TT info I have is for the '75 Orbiter and the 24 FGT floorplan and window pattern matches the one on this pic. I really know next to nothing about these older TT's, so it could be like a Solaris/StarRay thing where the floorplan was the same for two models but the model # itself was different. The brochure does mention about how "Every Orbiter incorporates the same quality-controlled construction features found in the full line of
Sunline RVs.", so I'm guessing there was another line, making this like the StarRay and the other would be like the Solaris.

Here's a link to the Orbiter Brochure:
http://www.sunlineclub.com/docs/75orbiter.pdf

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Old 09-09-2007, 09:47 AM   #5
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Jon, I couln't get that link to load.
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Hmm, I don't know why it won't work. It works for me. Do you have Adobe Reader? You must since you were able to open that '92 brochure I sent you. Here's a link to the general brochure page and you can scroll down to the bottom and click '75 Orbiter:

http://www.sunlineclub.com/brochures.html

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Thanks Jon, I think I just had to wait longer. Too impatient I guess
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I stay here reguralry. It is nice. Close to historic Gettysburg, the Apple Harvest Festival....
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the Apple Harvest Festival....
Don't remind me!!! I could use some fresh apple cider and warm cinnamon donuts right about now.

All of our cider mills around here are starting to open up. It's a shame I'm allergic to fresh apples, but I'm great with the cider!

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even the green one?!?!?! that would KILL me! I guess I shouldn't bring my homemade applesauce to the M&G, then, huh?
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No, I'm fine with applesauce. All I know is whenever I bite into an fresh whole apple, I break out really bad and it stings like crazy. I don't know if it's something in the skin or what, but I just avoid eating whole apples or apple slices (like with PB, etc.).

To tell you the truth, I can't say I've ever eaten a green apple, or at least in a long time I haven't.

I think some applesauce at the M&G would be great!

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Yeah. I'm not alone!

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....All I know is whenever I bite into an fresh whole apple....I don't know if it's something in the skin or what, but I just avoid eating whole apples or apple slices (like with PB, etc.).
Yeah. I'm not alone! I haven't eaten a whole apple in many, many years. I can eat any apple product that has been processed, cooked or otherwise pasteurized.

Oh, and Cunningham Falls is one of our favorite campgrounds.
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