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Granted but size is not the best measure of reliability and performance.

(Wish I was ex-military so I could get into those CG's.)

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I'm ex-military but not retired ex-military.  So, I can't get into those camp grounds either. 

However, I'm so glad that there are those that not only served our country but did so for a longer period of time than I could.  They deserve this benefit.

And, they certainly show true style and taste in that Ollie.

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We were there last year on 4th of July and I'll tell you there are a LOT of fireworks shot off from the surrounding communities;  It was like a grand finale that lasted 4 or 5 hours...really cool!  BTW we were in the other, smaller "B" camp 🙂

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10 hours ago, johnwen said:

Mike and Carol, did you walk the "red path of pain" trail, as I call it, and experience all those exercise apparatuses along the way? 🙂

We’ll be doing that today, it’s just across the road.  Not sure how many apparatuses will get used!  Mike

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11 hours ago, dewdev said:

Granted but size is not the best measure of reliability and performance.

(Wish I was ex-military so I could get into those CG's.)

We had a discussion about military RV parks, usually called Famcamps a few years ago, HERE.  It’s important to remember that access to military installations, to include the commissary, exchange and outdoor recreation facilities (Famcamps) are a DoD benefit for active duty and retired military folks.  Non-retired veterans get benefits from the VA, not DoD.  Some Famcamps are better deals than others, we’re paying $25/night here with FHU.  We paid $50/night at Fort Belvoir a few years ago.  Mike

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