200A and 202 reproduction
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dodge trucker
Well, I made the trip to Ohio yesterday, with construction, a missed turn around ft wayne, (we tried a different way this year) a LONG line of garage sales (it killed me to have only stopped at 1 but my Durango is stuffed already) so traffic ahead of me was slow for that 18 miles) stopped at a standstill for more construction in Fremont along US20, then unknowingly pres Trump did a fly over Clyde, it was a zoo/ hundreds of cop cars and such thru there... Took an hour and a half longer than usual to get here .
But I'm the only one here so far with anything Coleman. I brought 2 turd lanterns, a 228 and a 228/ plus a 413, a 425 and a newer propane stove as a backup. 
Usually come with 3 lanterns and 2 stoves but threw in an extra of each  this time. 
I forgot my stash of extra mantels, so I went to rural King and paid $12 for 3 packs of 2. Ridiculous. 
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Buckeyecamper
Where are you camping Dodge Trucker?
David A Jewell II
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dodge trucker
Gotta get away campground on US20 in Bellevue oh. Only a few miles from both Norwalk and Sandusky
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Flat_twin
How many Apache campers up there?
Mark __________________________________________
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dodge trucker
I'm sitting in mine right now for shade (or I can't see the screen in the sun) 
Can't see em all as I have one right next to mine blocking the view but it's about 9, slightly low turnout this year. There's like 12 sites taken up by people here for this event, a couple of families that used to have Apaches that still come, one now has a '69 starcraft, her parents are next to them with a mid 60s canvas Apache, think it's an eagle. 
The others have moved onto motorhomes. 
The year that I was between Apache campers, I stayed in one of the on-site cabins. 
One of the regulars has a weird sense of being able to find them without hardly having to try,  I got my current one (78 Ramada) thru him 4-5 years ago. He and another regular attendee went to look at one within an hour of here and brought back another one, a 76 royal. The 2nd guy bought it for his daughter and soon to be son in law, who have been looking for an apache. I'm from Illinois, the guy who bought the royal is from Michigan, as is a new 1st time attendee here. The camp host says there are 2 more people who aren't here yet that are supposed to have paid for a spot to be with us for the weekend. And at least 1 more regular who said that they definitely were skipping this one because of all the covid bull$#1t
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