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Author Topic: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
donnie
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: March 31, 2011, 20:36

hmmm idk pretty hot about that time tho ... who knows

Growinupin-
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: April 1, 2011, 07:14

yeah but when would you start back to school Donnie? I hope you make it, it would be so cool to visit with you. Maybe I will lure everyone in with a giving away Swedish flower eggs if they are laying by then. I bet that would get you to come!

Momma to many, heart for all. We have chickens everywhere we are still trying to figure out what breed we want to specialize in. Hopefully we will settle down into one breed soon!

dnenella
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: April 1, 2011, 07:14

yeah its nuts around Labor Day down there that would not be a good weekend to do. I want to go too so it all depends when we descide to do it i need at least a month notice for work :/ it is also cooler by the lake for some reason too. have we looked in to where we are gonna go yet. can we go shoping to lol

mopargal19-
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: April 1, 2011, 14:27

We would love to hear any and all suggestions for locations for the camp out. There are lots of places available in the Ozarks, and most are close to water for fishing/swimming/etc. Of course since only a few of us have a MO fishing license, I'm not sure how much of that we will do. Although, now you can get them online at: https://www2.mo.wildlifelicense.com/start.php I am looking forward to hearing suggestions. :D

39 year old mother of 4. I have a great boyfriend who I have been with for almost 6 years. 2 cats, 1 dog, 3 goats, Pigeons, Pheasants, Guineas, Ducks, and a whole bunch of chickens. See more on my website: http://www.doublekpoultry.com

Growinupin-
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: April 10, 2011, 15:38

Other than camping in Southern Missouri we really haven't moved far on our little camp out. I think we need somewhere that has some cool stuff, like lakes and streams, and being in Missouri I think a few caves would be nice, but group camp ground is essential. Here is a few links to help us start looking.

http://mostateparks.com/campgrounds/meramec-state-park
http://www.harveysalleyspring.com/camping.html

Most of the places for group camping want 7-15 more people, my crew alone is 11. Meeting the required number for group camping shouldn't be a problem :)

Talk to ya'll soon

Christal

Any other ideas would be great.

Christal

Momma to many, heart for all. We have chickens everywhere we are still trying to figure out what breed we want to specialize in. Hopefully we will settle down into one breed soon!

Holly
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: April 11, 2011, 05:46

Oh bummer! Change of plans for Paul and me. We will not be coming to the camp out. We have set vacations that have been planned in advance. Can't squeeze in another one. Ya'll have a great time though!
Fallchick and Cagebuilder
Holly and Paul

dnenella
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: April 16, 2011, 20:04

http://mostateparks.com/park/meramec-state-park

here is the site i think we all decied on its $60 per night plus a $8.50 for pre reservation per group 15-50 people

katheria
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Post Re: Summer 2011 DIY Camping trip
on: April 16, 2011, 23:02

u guys may want to grab some of this :)

http://www.opotion.com/pages/aftersun-aloe-lotion.html

best after sun lotion i have ever found, been using it for 8 years now for sunburns, i dont even peel if i use it the same day that i burn, its all natural and has tea tree oil in it
i get it from walmart

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