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Old 06-17-2010, 5:20 PM
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Here is what happened to my plans in the last day or so: The rental fell thru. The guy finally called me and told me contrary to what the lady said, he only rents by the week. Commercial RV renters have a 3 day minimum.

My son and his girlfriend can't make it and something else that looked good didn't pan out unfortunately.

So, unless a small miracle occurs, this will be a day trip only for me. Sorry Lyte- and Jacob.

Just a fyi for anyone spending the night and thinking about a campfire, you don't want to leave any evidence of one since the place should be left clean. If you have access to an old washing machine, you can remove the drum, cut off the agitator from the bottom and use it as a fire pit.

If you dig a hole in the ground deep enough and put the drum on cinderblocks, the ash will go thru the hole of the drum, into the hole in the ground and you can cover it up. No blackened burned area and no evidence of a fire.

We did this in Nv. and it looked like we never had a fire.
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