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Just wanted to stop and say hello. I have been camping since I was a baby so that makes it a LONG time - lol

We have camped in the US, Canada and the Caribbean and now take our little grandchildren to enjoy the outdoors, too.

I am really looking forward to this forum and the whole website. Very glad, I found it. See you at the campsite ~!
 

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Welcome CampingForFun ! This is a wonderful place to talk about camping and meeting people from everywhere. Where are you from? We many different states here represented. You can really enjoy each other. I look forward to hearing all the stories about your grandchildren.
 

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:welcome: campingforfun. Camping in the Caribbean? Now that sounds interesting to say the least. Maybe I will get to do that one day.


Just wanted to stop and say hello. I have been camping since I was a baby so that makes it a LONG time - lol

We have camped in the US, Canada and the Caribbean and now take our little grandchildren to enjoy the outdoors, too.

I am really looking forward to this forum and the whole website. Very glad, I found it. See you at the campsite ~!
 

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I didn't know you could camp in the Carri bean. We went there on a cruise in 2000, and found beautiful beaches. I can only imagine camping while being there.
 

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Campingforfun, :welcome: to the site. You must tell us about some of you camping adventures. It looks like you may have a few. My wife and I also take our grandkids when we go camping. They are fun and they add to the experience.
 

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I would like to know if the grandchildren behave themselves when they go with you? I don't have any grandchildren yet, but one day, yes I will. It sounds like you're really enjoying the time with them.
 

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I would say that I am always surprised by the people I meet here. It's the last place in the world that you would think of for having things in common. You do really end up with friends, not acquaintances.
 

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Grace. The issue that we have had in the past is taking too many of the grandkids along. I have 5 and my wife has 1, so we now make sure it's one adult to each kid. Once we took 4 of them and WOW what a weekend. It was where is this on, where is that one, but we still had a great time. I have some pictures of that weekend, which was highlighted with a trail ride. Each kid on their own horse. They had a BALL. :thumbup1:
 

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You brought up a a similar point about number of children, or grandchildren, to the number of adults. I have 5 daughters, and we were invited to celebrate the 4th of July at my sister-in-laws house. So when they were in the pool, I could only watch one child at a time in the water. My husband took another one at the same time. The others had to wait until we were done.:whistling:
 
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