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Guy's and girls I talked with Tina today at the C of C in Breaux Bridge about the weather May 1-4 the average is 85 with lows of 60 at night with showers some time with a record of 98 you know it will be humid and that will add a few degrees.The question I have for you attending is should I find a place with electric service at a RV park or do we want to use the generators and have unhapppy campers. Let me know please this is all new to me so what do you think I know if Ward breaks a sweat I have problems just kidding Bob.I just want to keep the cost down as low as we can. help me out guys even the ones not attending
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Clifford ,If we were to go the only thing that cuts the mustard with humidity is ac ,And I know generators can be a pain,we vote for power .I wouldn't mind the extra :D.if I coud find a Landoll to transport our tent ;)
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Clifford,

If it's gonna be that warm I think hookups are the way to go. What's the difference in price for either way?

My gen. is not quiet, it's an older air cooled Onan. I guess we could park across the street! :lol:

Right now we are planning to attend, and will do everything possible to make it happen.
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If Lois and I are able to make it to LA, we would want A/C without having to run the gen all day and night.
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Clifford, If the temps get that high I think hookups would be the best. I for one don't want to come home after a hard day of crawfish and Coors Lite to a bunch of generators running :lol: I want a good nights sleep so I can do it again the next day. I got to show those southern boys how to eat crawfish.

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Clifford, because of her medication, Pat would need AC quite a bit. I vote for parking at a pole. Given the cost of fuel to get there, the park will be a small percentage of the trip cost :roll:

BTW, Wayne clued me in to visit this website: http://www.bbcrawfest.com/. Once you go to that site, you will try very hard to find a way to get there!!!!

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Ok, guys I have 3 to chose from tell me what you want in a RV park beside AC,do want a state park on the water with air boat rides or one close to all attractions in walking distance.


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Clifford,walking distance would be nice(got no toad,no bus either for that matter :) )unless there are no bugs to contend with ,and what about a fire pit is that an option.we might just tale the harley and tent ,we'll see.carry on!
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Walking distance for us too! We don't want to try and drive with a couple of adult drinks in us! ;) We don't have a toad either, so we will be walking to everything!

Hey Wayne, can't wait to see how you eat crawfish! :lol: A Coors in one hand and a crawfish in the other I bet!
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Clifford, Makes no difference to me just get me near the mudbugs :lol: Paul I can,t do both at the same time you need two hands for the crawfish, but I do alternate :lol: . All kidding aside this will be the most fun you will ever have I look foward to a few things in my life this rates near the top. In fact Clifford has me so excited I am going to have a few of my friends and family over in three or four weeks to suck some heads.

Can't wait Wayne :lol:
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