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Thinking about the life- looking to get my feet wet
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(10-02-2019, 05:53 PM)heron Wrote: CCG. LaPosa isn't very intimidating, even though there are lots of rigs, especially in January, when they have their big RV show thingy, but you just put your head down, stay on the road 'til you pass the nekkid people, and there we are. Thankfully not nekkid. LOTS of dogs when everybody's there. All pretty even tempered, so all have a good time.
I think many of us have been pretty happy on our islands until recently. And sometimes like to go back to them for a bit.
Welcome.

LOL....what a great reply....thank you!!! Nekkid people....WHAT?? I did a search on YouTube....ans sure enough, there ARE NEKKID people....and a little skinny older mostly nekkid man wearing a dixie cup that runs some shop in town...wow....the things I am finding out....LOL....my doggies are well behaved, they are ranch dogs- even though they can get a little rambunctious playing with other dogs...they don't bark and are pretty obedient....I am guessing that there is a YARC sign  of some sort at your camp??
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YARC Flag that flys over camp.
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#33
And Paul the bookstore owner died earlier this year...……………..
PAULETTE and "Two Cats and THE DOUG"

Whereabouts unknown...……...
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(10-04-2019, 08:18 AM)Abnorm Wrote: And Paul the bookstore owner died earlier this year...……………..


Awww...what a shame...he sure has his own special brand of advertising....
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(10-04-2019, 08:14 AM)Cammalu Wrote: [Image: 8751f0176907f05a56b23f0c7273c15b.jpg]

YARC Flag that flys over camp.



Wow....doesn't get any easier to spot than that!
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That is not up yet.  Once we get there it will be.  

That reminds me, I need to load up the flag pole Idea
Compared to parenting, Cat herding is less complicated
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(09-30-2019, 02:52 PM)GotSmart Wrote: Hmmm. I wonder who that could be.  Angel 

YARC CAMP is a mellow place with no demands and no pressure. 

We have a mascot mouse, bird, cactus and rock. It is run by a cat or three and dogs are allowed.
No demands? In the YARC one must demand to be one self however one self may want to be or not to be. <--or to not even make any sense at all. Weeeeeeeeee !!
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Welcome ! Glad to have ya !! As a guy that grew up in the country with horses and all, I feel great to get back to nature brings me peace. In the old west days people went where the work was. I figure I'm just a settler that has settled on not being settled.
Traveled to rodeo's and horse shows. Guess the traveling bug never went way. Now I work in the oil and gas pipeline field and am full time nomad for the last 15 yrs. So basically ...I grew up in a traditional family with alot of adventures. Never found a wife, never had no kids of my own. So its just me out here with the rest.
aka YT/Free Range Nomad David
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