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1975 20ft camping in Dewatto, WA
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These are some pictures of a camping trip we went on here at a local campground. Dewatto, WA.

Colors flying with my new flag holder I got welded at work and attached with a couple of clamps to the ladder


The Barth and also the alsakan camper my wifes uncle got and then sold me the barth (family price of course)




And my son in his underwear swinging into the river on a rope swing
 
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So glad to see someone getting to camp and to camp with other family members is an extra dividend.


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Originally posted by Mary Ray:
So glad to see someone getting to camp and to camp with other family members is an extra dividend.


Yes this was fun. We had My family (wife, son and daughter) also my wife's uncle his daughter and her son, my in-laws, and two nieces. The kids really keep you going.
On the last day we were more or less just being lazy and relaxing before we left. The kids really wanted to hike down the river and we were not really feeling like that. But they did it and the next thing you know we are hiking down (through) the river for about a mile. Lots of good swimming holes and we had a blast.
 
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Looks like a lot of fun.


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No blue tarp anywhere? lol! Very nice rig dude!
 
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The rope swing over the river should be part of every kid's memories of growing up. I remember the first rope swing I used, it was awesome... over 50 yrs ago and still makes me smile to think of it.

Thanks for sharing the good times. Thumbs Up


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No blue tarp anywhere? lol! Very nice rig dude!


You must be local... No blue tarp for this guy, but I do live in Belfair so I know where to get one.
 
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The rope swing over the river should be part of every kid's memories of growing up. I remember the first rope swing I used, it was awesome... over 50 yrs ago and still makes me smile to think of it.

Thanks for sharing the good times. Thumbs Up


I couldn't agree more. We make this a annual trip now. Pretty cool seeing the kids swinging on that swing and then looking at the pictures of them just a few years ago and how much smaller they were. The swinging in his underwear one is definitely going to be one that comes out in his future Big Grin
 
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