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Test trip for new RV Armor Roof

Dutch Star in the barn Hey all! We have allowed the RV Armor roof to sit still under the pole barn to cure and dry without concern of the sun, rain, dew, or bird droppings. We are looking forward to a week at Lake Guntersville State Park Campground. The last time we were there was before our trip to Canada and back. This is our favorite local (to us) campground and it provides a nice quiet area next to the huge lake and beautiful mountains, especially as we are getting into the fall colors season. The lake stretches 75 miles from the Guntersville Dam to the Nickajack Dam. It is Alabama’s largest lake at 69,000 acres and a very popular location for the Bass Pro Tour fishing tournaments.

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The Main Campground includes 295 improved campsites, a primitive camping area, bathhouses, playground and recreation area, and The Campground Store. All improved campsites have water and electrical hookups, picnic table, grill, and fire ring; some sections also have sewer hookups.

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Welcome to RVacationer

Norma and I want to welcome you into our humble world. Our kids are grown. We are empty nesters and love seeing the world from behind a RV windshield and the toad.

We have been blessed to see all 50 states. Alaska was via a cruise ship up the Inner Passage. We flew to Hawaii twice to see the Big Island and Oahu. We love the experiences we have enjoyed, scenery we have seen, and foods we have tasted. Mostly, however, we have enjoyed the life long friendships we have made across the country.

Stay tuned for upcoming adventures, photos, and videos. We are currently planning another trip up the east coast through Gettysburg, New York City, Washington DC, Boston, Plymouth, Bar Harbor, Bangor, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.