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On occasion I'll get pictures from members who forward images from their phone. I'm guessing that they can not open up a window to start a new topic on their cell.
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Enjoyed a long weekend at Floating Mill Campground (COE) at Center Hill Lake TN. Lake was too warm for refreshment, at 85 degrees felt like a hot tub.



Nobody thougt we could fit in this spot, but no problems for a Baby Barth.



Ok not your ordinary camping spot, but we did not fit in the car lot (muddy and steep ditch) so they let us park on the gravel in the cemetary. We visited the Swiss Celebration Day at Gruetli-Laager TN on July 30th (August 1st is Swiss Independence Day), was a little rainy but fun with music and bratwursts.



Inside of farmhouse



Mule rides at the Swiss Colony.



Pics of the old Stampfli homestead. There were a few Cagles around there too back in the Swiss Colony days. ???



Music from the Musik Meisters. A mix of Swiss, Bavarian, Austrian and Glenn Miller ...


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Nice. I 've never seen a campground that used stacked block before. Seems you can park a baby Barth just about anywhere.


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Oddly enough, I've been to Gruetli-Laager when I was looking for a dark place to buy. Definitely an out-of-the-way place.


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Did you install the jacks? Do you have 2 in back too?
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I love the tires and wheels on the covered wagon. Thumbs Up


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love the tires and wheels on the covered wagon.

They were standard on the 1821 Conestoga MK II






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Tere - we got 4 HWH jacks all around from the factory (orig owners request). Loving it!
BTW the campsite has a picnic table, firepit and grill BEHIND the Barth.
As for Gruetli-Laager - that place is one of the sleepiest places around. There is a real good bakery - Dutchmaid - in Tracy city TN for all that travel across Monteagle on I-24.




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uuuuh, I forgot. This campsite is not for people stumbling around after dark, especially after enjoying some adult beverages.... I was surprised they did not have to put up a rail.




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Check this one. Also has elevated "t's"


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That looks like a fun place to back your travel trailer in (and up and around). Seen another disadvantage of slideouts too: the guy across backed in with some troubles only to find out he could not slide out without hitting the retainer wall.




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