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So, braving the great outdoors on your own or with your significant other isn’t enough anymore. Now you want to take the kids.

Brave souls.

Kids generally love camping, the young ones anyway. There are things to see and touch, new sounds to investigate and all the fresh air is invigorating for a child. But along with the joys of watching your kids enjoy the great outdoors comes the need for so much more stuff.

So. Much. More.
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It's Easier for Us to Take the Grandkids

We have a 32 foot Sunseeker, so there is plenty of room for the GKs, aged 9 and 12. GrandMa always has tons of games, we try to get them involved with cooking and cleanup, and there is always fishing / hiking good for a couple hours. If it is cold/rainy there are dvds and books, and of course campfires to get ready.

After 4/5 days we are ready for some time off by ourselves, and looking for new state/private/corps of engineers parks.:smile:
 
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