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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    Well with both sets of the coordinates that you guys have given this is the map with both sets so you can take it from there.

    Gee Haffy would could not have figured that out with out you.

    Tom is the State park open during February for camping?
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    I need to recheck the winter camping rules and I'll go up and look at the other site too. I did not know about that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tat View Post
    I need to recheck the winter camping rules and I'll go up and look at the other site too. I did not know about that one.
    I don't know about the site I meantioned either and I don't even know if those or the coordinates to the place I have been to, but it looks like it when I looked at google earth. I am not commiting to go to this either, it was just a suggestion. I would like to go if I have nothing else planned but I am not going without bringing a heater for my tent if I do come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    I don't know about the site I meantioned either and I don't even know if those or the coordinates to the place I have been to, but it looks like it when I looked at google earth. I am not commiting to go to this either, it was just a suggestion. I would like to go if I have nothing else planned but I am not going without bringing a heater for my tent if I do come.
    Rick would the heater be a wood stove

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicbiker View Post
    Rick would the heater be a wood stove
    either that or he's using the buddy system...
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    Default Brrrrrrr!!

    Winter camping? Like in *tents*??? Are you crazy or is frostbite more fun than I think it is??
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    I can vaguely remember going on a weekend camping trip in the winter time out to camp Bomazeen ,a boy scout camp on Great Pond many years ago when I was into the whole scouting thing. Some slept in tents and others even went to the extreme of making an igloo and staying overnight in that as well. It was quite fun but I like my warm snuggly bed now and don't have the proper equipment for that type of outing any more. Does bring back some nice memories for sure though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjpreb View Post
    Winter camping? Like in *tents*??? Are you crazy or is frostbite more fun than I think it is??
    Frostbite is not fun. Been there, done that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beach Comber View Post
    Frostbite is not fun. Been there, done that!
    nah, once the limb goes black ya dont even feel it anymore, and it makes easy to attach a bottle open with just a couple of wood screws!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beach Comber View Post
    Frostbite is not fun. Been there, done that!
    LOL!

    I remember winter camping - as a 14-year old Boy Scout! Nowadays we prefer "winter camping" at Holiday Inn. And while we have a pop-up camper for "summer camping", we like sites with cable TV hookups and WiFi access! LOL!

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