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Old 12-30-2014, 07:04 AM   #1
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Spring Skoolie meet in AZ?

Any interest? Central AZ, around the Verde Valley/Cottonwood area.

Boonie or campground?
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Old 12-30-2014, 10:14 AM   #2
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Well some of us have been chatting about a Colorado meetup in the spring or summer if you'd be interested in a road trip.
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Any interest? Central AZ, around the Verde Valley/Cottonwood area.

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we have plans in a few years to start snowbirding frist stop Quartzsite AZ boondocking for a few months would be a great place for a skoolie meet!
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I'd be up for that say the second week of June? Jack
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we have plans in a few years to start snowbirding frist stop Quartzsite AZ boondocking for a few months would be a great place for a skoolie meet!
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AND you'd be just the person set this up ;)
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Except I'm 500 miles from central Az and know nothing of the area I'd be willing to help. Jack
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Except I'm 500 miles from central Az and know nothing of the area I'd be willing to help. Jack
;) heck I'm 200 miles away!
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Sure I would be willing to set something up, from what I have been told there is a number of skoolies that spend the winters there
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we have plans in a few years to start snowbirding frist stop Quartzsite AZ boondocking for a few months would be a great place for a skoolie meet!
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Snowbirding? Is this a typo or a play on words because you own a bluebird? Because if you're talking snowboarding, you've got my interest. All depends if I get a bus and get it reasonably built by then. Although given the fact I live in tahoe and we've had less than wonderful snowfall the last few years, I'm somewhat skeptical about going south for snow. Colorado sounds a lot more attractive.
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snowbirds are folks who move to warmer climates when it starts to get cold. Usually they are retired and in rv's but not always.
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