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rujack

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Signed on to FSP, visiting for Porcfest
« on: June 09, 2015, 04:18:52 pm »

Hi there folks,

I'm Ruben. I signed on to the FSP last month, and will be visiting NH for some of the Porcfest days, arriving around June 20 and likely staying till around July 7. I'll be solo.

Firstly, I haven't figured out where I'll be sleeping etc. since the campgrounds and hotels are all booked, but I plan to just sleep in my rental car if it comes to that. That in mind, can anyone recommend any wilderness locations where I can camp out? Primitive style is fine, and I don't mind if I have to drive an hour or so to get to the festival. Would it be naive of me to expect to easily find a place to camp on a modest budget within hour's drive of Lancaster? Close proximity to a river would be a nice bonus.

Secondly, I have a piano repair business of almost ten years, and it would be great to line up a few straight-forward tuning jobs while I'm there to get a feel for the waters. If anyone's interested, here's my website: www.jacksonpianoservice.com. Sliver and Bitcoin are fine. Preferred, actually. I have a Yelp (as much I loathe it) page too, in case people want to see reviews.

Any friendly advice is welcomed! Looking forward to meeting folks out there!

Ruben
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Re: Signed on to FSP, visiting for Porcfest
« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2015, 09:01:47 pm »

Hi there folks,

I'm Ruben. I signed on to the FSP last month, and will be visiting NH for some of the Porcfest days, arriving around June 20 and likely staying till around July 7. I'll be solo.

Hi. Welcome to the FSP Forum!

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Firstly, I haven't figured out where I'll be sleeping etc. since the campgrounds and hotels are all booked, but I plan to just sleep in my rental car if it comes to that. That in mind, can anyone recommend any wilderness locations where I can camp out? Primitive style is fine, and I don't mind if I have to drive an hour or so to get to the festival. Would it be naive of me to expect to easily find a place to camp on a modest budget within hour's drive of Lancaster? Close proximity to a river would be a nice bonus.
The campground has never sold out before. I doubt it will sell out this year. Say you will be at PorcFest when you call and ask for an RV site. Or you could connect with someone else, and share their site.

There are lots of campgrounds and motels in the area. Here are a few.
http://www.israelrivercampground.com/
http://www.thelanternresort.com/
http://www.evergreenmotelnh.com/
http://www.skywoodmanor.com/
http://www.cabotinnandsuites.com/
http://www.mtnlakecampground.com/
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rujack

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Re: Signed on to FSP, visiting for Porcfest
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2015, 08:01:59 pm »

Oh, alright then. It sounded like Roger's was absolutely booked and that people were booking their sites a year in advance. Thanks for the info! I'll see if I can set something up...
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Re: Signed on to FSP, visiting for Porcfest
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2015, 10:59:15 pm »

Oh, alright then. It sounded like Roger's was absolutely booked and that people were booking their sites a year in advance. Thanks for the info! I'll see if I can set something up...

A couple days ago on Facebook, I saw that the motel across the street had 4 rooms available due to cancellations.
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