April 23, 2009
Willa: Winter Host at Top of Georgia Airstream Park WBCCI from Richard Mageau on Vimeo.
Stayed here for the first trip of the season, this is nice! Full hookups, sewer, and a babbling river right behind us.
To be able to camp here, you have to have:
1) an Airstream
2) a membership in WBCCI
To get here, we had to go through what I call "Lil Bavaria". Meant to look like a German village, we ate at a restaurant in town that had seating outdoors, which was great as we didn't need to leave Miss Pickles in the truck while we ate. They even brought her a bowl of cool water with ice in it. Nice! And the bratwurst was good too (just a little too much sauerkraut for my taste).
They had just dewinterized the campground, so we had our choice of locations. We met Willa, the winter host there, and had a great conversation about the campground and WBCCI in general.Check it out!
April 20, 2009
Review: X-Chock and Lynx Levellers from Richard Mageau on Vimeo.
This is the product I was looking for! Easy to use chocking system for trailers with multiple axles. A lot better than a wedge of plastic bought at Wally World.
Easter on Lake Lanier from Richard Mageau on Vimeo.
A bad day camping is better than a good day..you know the rest. Even if there's a ton of rain, your campsite is on a hill, not level, and consists mostly of gravel and mud, it's still better than being in front of a PC. Even with tornadoes looming. And you're stuck in the aforementioned gravel and mud, sliding ever closer to the lake.
Well, it wasn't all bad. Friday was the worst, Saturday was the best. After it dried up, and the backhoe towed us out of the campsite, we got another more level, drier, and all around nicer campsite.