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Took the old Travel Trailer down to Florida
Old 01-16-2012, 07:22 AM   #1
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Took the old Travel Trailer down to Florida

We just came back from a little trip in our vintage travel trailer. It was about 2700 miles round trip. We were gone for 2 weeks, our longest trip so far in the trailer. We stayed at 3 Florida State parks, Stephen Foster, Myakka River, and Hillsborough River. All were very nice and the weather was great.
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Here is a pic from Myakka River.

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Myakka river had full hookups for $26 a night, The other two had water and electric for $26 and $22. Very nice sized sites and things to see.
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Wow, nice trailer! How much does it weigh?
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What a nice trip! What did you do down there? Maybe fish, or sightsee, or relax and enjoy the warm weather while camping at the parks?
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Wow, nice trailer! How much does it weigh?
It weighed 4700 empty last time I
checked.
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