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Jan 24, 2009 - Foxwoods, First trip of the year

Went to Foxwwoods and lost money. It was an excuse to take the Greyhawk out. Got down to 10 degrees or so at night. The heat stayed plenty warm, we used a 1/4 tank of propane. I think we decided we like Mohegan sun better. The parking lot at Foxwoods is not very level either, you really need to have a leveling system.

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Sep 16, 2008 - Mystic Seaport

Here we go again today. After sitting and visiting for a month we have kept very busy trying to see everything we want to see. Today, Marty unhooked the car and away we went. We took a ride to check out our next destination, which is only about 50 miles away. Sometimes it is much easier to navigate a car then it is a big rig, which we have learned on this trip. We scouted out the Hammonasset Beach State Park which we will be heading to in a few days. It is Connecticut's largest waterfront park with two miles of white sandy beach. Sandi and...

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Sep 15, 2008 - We're off again

Okay, last night we endured a terrible wind and rain storm, I don't mean the typical storm, this was not nice. It got so bad that we decided to bring in our slide outs. I don't know how much sleep any of us got but by the looks of things in the morning we were very lucky. So now the four of us have decided that our next destination will be Mystic, CT. We had a great day to travel and were ready to leave the area. We are staying at the Foxwood Casino which is suppose to be the largest floor space in the world. It is pretty cool. They have an...

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Sep 7, 2008 - Mystic, CT

Foxwoods Our first night we found Abbots Lobster for a wonderful dinner on the river. Our third semi-annual west coast east coast mini reunion of high school friends, Marilyn & Mike and Jean and Bruce was fun filled as always. We spent hours catching up on our lives and laughing a lot about the past. We took a trip to Mystic Seaport for sightseeing and shopping. Marilyn and Dianne did an in depth study of the CT Indian cultural phenomenon of gaming! Oh boy, what fun.

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