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xfahctor

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alternative camping
« on: May 23, 2009, 07:03:07 pm »

 Just wanted to let out of town/out of state folks know that if rogers seems to be booked or too full for your taste, there is an alternative. Not very far, about 3 miles away. Beaver trails campground.
http://www.beavertrailsnh.com/
directions from there to Roger's:
http://maps.google.com/maps?q=beaver%20trails%20campground%20lancaster%20new%20hampshire&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7ADBF&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wl
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Re: alternative camping
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2009, 01:47:23 pm »

Whats the problem with just camping out in the wilderness somewhere? To hell with the campgrounds?
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Re: alternative camping
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2009, 01:50:01 pm »

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Whats the problem with just camping out in the wilderness somewhere?

The wilderness.
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Re: alternative camping
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2009, 02:02:01 pm »

REAL campers camp out in the wilderness. Designated campsites are for wussies.
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Re: alternative camping
« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2009, 08:40:58 pm »

Well...there's always the tastefully furnished, full appliance, newly rebuilt hottub, fireplace, greenhouse, cable w/internet,bidet, washer/drier
central air conditioned, vacation house that sleeps 10 (3 double beds, 4 singles-and a couch) available for those with farrrrr too much cash on hand.
ADA compliant including a HUGE shower. 

Did I mention the view?
Little under an hour from Rodger's Campground, depending on your choice of two scenic routes, and need-for-speed, (ahem, BEHAVE in Twin Mountain) through "the Notch".

Just sayin' ;-)   
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Re: alternative camping
« Reply #5 on: June 11, 2009, 11:36:57 pm »

Hmmm,

I live maybe 10-15 min from Rogers on the other side of Lancaster, on 12 acres.  I MIGHT be inclined to let you all camp here and use the shower and so on if  you are trustworthy people.  I'm a member of this project but never been to one of these porcfests and don't know what to expect.  I moved to Lancaster,NH for philosophical reasons and lo and behold, FSP  existed! now discover you have  porcfest here! It was meant to be! Had no idea.  People who want to camp here are welcome but must be sensible.  We have a bear sow with cubs, coyotes and so on running around, so don't need any non campers setting up tents with mars bars inside. this is not a campsite but 12 acres of woods. Experienced campers only.  Families get to stay near or in the house.  I wouldn't think of charging but maybe if people stay they could make a contribution for the hot water bill, and cooker usage.  That seems fair. Note: the bears are not that scary but I don't want stupidity around here. You need to be able to hit them hard with a baseball bat, it makes them take notice. Pretend they are statists. That's what I do.  (Really the bears aren't that bad...)

Barbara

 
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Re: alternative camping
« Reply #6 on: June 12, 2009, 07:03:25 am »

there should be enough room
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Re: alternative camping
« Reply #7 on: June 13, 2009, 08:55:58 pm »

Hmmm,

I live maybe 10-15 min from Rogers on the other side of Lancaster, on 12 acres.  I MIGHT be inclined to let you all camp here and use the shower and so on if  you are trustworthy people.  I'm a member of this project but never been to one of these porcfests and don't know what to expect.  I moved to Lancaster,NH for philosophical reasons and lo and behold, FSP  existed! now discover you have  porcfest here! It was meant to be! Had no idea.  People who want to camp here are welcome but must be sensible.  We have a bear sow with cubs, coyotes and so on running around, so don't need any non campers setting up tents with mars bars inside. this is not a campsite but 12 acres of woods. Experienced campers only.  Families get to stay near or in the house.  I wouldn't think of charging but maybe if people stay they could make a contribution for the hot water bill, and cooker usage.  That seems fair. Note: the bears are not that scary but I don't want stupidity around here. You need to be able to hit them hard with a baseball bat, it makes them take notice. Pretend they are statists. That's what I do.  (Really the bears aren't that bad...)

Barbara


Look forward to meeting you. I already have reservations and want to be close to the party but if we hit it off, wouldn't mind camping up north some other time. See you there.  :D
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