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Everyone and Anyone-have you gone to the Holland Michigan Tulip Festival? If so, where did you overnight and enjoy the festival without a toad?
We're thinking of it...
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Friends who live in Holland say this is a nice park close to the Tulip Festival, but it fills up pretty quick so reserve asap.

Dan & Suzy Z
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I have been to the tulip farms several times, but not with the RV. Beautiful flowers, worth the trip. I hope you can find reservations.

If you ever get to the Traverse City area, get in touch and stop in to see us!

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Hi Steve,

Thoroughly enjoyed your account of the FL trip...chuckled the whole time.
We'll keep you posted on how we do for the Holland trip. Since our son has our toad dolly with him, we can't bring the car so this will be interesting to try and make happen with just the motorhome.
Yes-we keep you in mind!
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