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Left yesterday from home. First stop Lake Talquin until the 25th. Then onto the track. Should get there around 2:00 pm. We have our spot for 5 days then up to Athens Georgia to our nephews graduation. Barth running great. Good to be in our land yacht again.
Ed & Debi
Glad you guys decided to go after all. We'll be watching for you on the TV.
79 Barth Classic
Had a great time at Talladega. Rained on Thursday but the rest of the weekend was great. Drove up to Desoto State park in northern Alabama. Lovely state campground. Will be here till the 16th then over to Fort Yargo State park in Georgia for a week. M
Keep heading North and you can be in Minnesnowta for the GTG June 5-7th. We could have a record amount of Monarchs in one spot..... There is room for one more and then we need to reserve more which would be great!
Dana & Lynn
1997 38ft Monarch front entry
Spartan Mountain Master Chassis
Cummins 8.3 325hp
Allison MD-3060 6 speed
Cummins Factory Exhaust Brake
Christened Camp Barth
That would be great but have to be back in Florida on June 1.
Desoto park is one of the best we have ever visited. There is so much to see and do within a 10 mile radius. Fabulous waterfalls and deep canyons, great hospitality and good food. Leaving here Wednesday and heading to north east Georgia.
Finally home. Stayed in Georgia for 12 days visiting family. The Barth ran great no problems at all and put around 1800 miles on it.
The day we were leaving we decided to take a walk after packing up the coach. Made it about 20' and Deb slipped and we thought sprained her wrist. We taped it up and put ice on it and left. We had to stop in Perry Georgia and go to the local hospital. They were wonderful. Turns out it was fractured in 3 spots. They put her arm in splint and gave her medication to get home. We have an appointment with our doctor first thing Monday.
Glad to be home.
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