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Old 08-16-2018
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I wonder if we could start a database (I know Neal is good at this sort of thing)
of coach owners that have campsites on their property.

I have space in FL for a coach with 50 amp but no dump.
I love having guests for a few days. I always learn something!

My personal motto: Please come, enjoy, when your tanks are full ..... Leave!

While, for me, having a place to share is not a requirement of staying with me. Another possibility would be to share this info only with others on the list.

Here is what my listing would look like:
Level concrete pad. 50 amp electric. Water available. No Sewer. Tools available.
Pre-arrival package deliveries accepted.

I for one, love to stop by and visit folks during my travels. For me, 2 nights is about right.
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The PDF in this thread includes info on who can host troubled Birds. Hasn't been updated in a while though. I think it's similar to what you are suggesting.

https://www.wanderlodgeownersgroup.c...ad.php?t=13244

I'm now maintaining Neal's database. I could always modify it to include this type of information if the powers that be are ok with that. Or we could start a separate one (or a 'child' table to the existing one).
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I'm now maintaining Neal's database. I could always modify it to include this type of information if the powers that be are ok with that. Or we could start a separate one (or a 'child' table to the existing one).
I could assist with this also by creating a map like the Service Center/RV Parks maps that would give a geographic visual of the data Marc collects if that's beneficial to folks also.
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The BBirdMaps.com map has members showing electric hookup, which implies parking.
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Kelly and I love hosting guests at our home in Hershey as well as the barn... especially the ones who can paint, pull weeds and don't need to be entertained!
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Kelly and I love hosting guests at our home in Hershey as well as the barn... especially the ones who can paint, pull weeds and don't need to be entertained!
Right on!
Good cooks are in high demand too!
If you get a zero turn lawn mower you can charge by the hour for someone to mow the lawn!
Its called "the adventure vacation"!!!!!!!
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Right on!
Good cooks are in high demand too!
If you get a zero turn lawn mower you can charge by the hour for someone to mow the lawn!
Its called "the adventure vacation"!!!!!!!
I love adventure vacations as long as they aren’t too expensive.
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4 bucks is all Mark paid me to mow our yard with my Z. He is looking for the cheap ride.
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4 bucks is all Mark paid me to mow our yard with my Z. He is looking for the cheap ride.
And you met my standards. Thanks Rick.
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well we have a spot not concrete -dirt and gravel.
we have 50 too but no dump,,,
all ya gota do is unhook your toad and back down the the lane- only one turn not bad only about a block or so long
but you dont have to paint....or rake the gravel,,,
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