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Here's the pics of our weekend at the Line Camp Cabin at Rock Eddy Bluff.
This particular cabin has no running water or electricity, but there is a nice wood burning stove.
The cabin is nicely secluded in the forest.

It was pretty gloomy and cold, but we got some good pics anyway.



4 Wheelin


The Cabin







Running for the outhouse....I am not gonna make it! :shock:


Peein in the pool.


We are guessing these are eagle tracks. The print is much bigger than Mo's.
There is a bald eagle nest just down river. We didn't see them this trip though.


Somebody learned to dig on this trip.


He sniffed around so much his mouth got red and inflamed. :roll:


Conked out!


We got some funny videos of Mo too, but I have not uploaded them yet.
 

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Mo saying 'Thank You All!'


Deuling Banjos!

HAHAHA! I love that movie, luckily my girlfriend hasn't seen it so we can still go on these kind of trips.

Great pics! I can't wait to take Harley camping this summer. We must really be roughing it though because we use a tent. LOL!
We like to rough it like that too, but we are a little worried about having Mo in the 2man tent with us.
He growled and barked at noises all night. How big is your tent? How do you pull it off with Harley?

Looks like you guys had an awesome time! I bet Mo just loved it.

That place is great, I can imagine how beautiful it will be in the summer!
It is beautiful in the summer, but we couldn't wait that long. We are already planning our next trip.



I posted once before about Rock Eddy. They are dog friendly and have a couple of different cabins and a bed and breakfast. They are on the net if anyone is interested. rockeddy.com
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LuvaBULL said:
I love the picture of the flowers (daffodils?) too. Did you do a Gaussian Blur with your software for the background, or is that just how your camera focuses? It's awesome, you have skills.
Thanks LuvaBull. No filter, though. Just a wide aperature when I took the photo, and in close as always. Keeps the subject in focus and lets the rest blur out.
 

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I cant wait for camping season too, but I am a little concerned about Mo in the tent. If you remember our camping story last year we never made it into the tent after running into a mean copperhead crawling from underneath the tent. Spent the night in the truck bed on that one.

Rock Eddy is in sourthern Missouri off the Gasconade river. http://rockeddy.com

You would like it Kasco. As primitive as it sounds it is real cozy and quaint in the cabin. Not having electricity isn't the hard part, it's running water that you will be thankful for when you get home. They have drinkable water there but you have to pump it out of a well.
 

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I can't even imagine being near a hurricane much less worrying about property or family around one.:shock:

I am sure it makes a big difference to chose to be primative vs. having it forced on you.

It is fun though, when you choose to have it like that. The hardest part is washing things, dishes etc. with no running water.
 

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Re: yep

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So far we haven't had any casualities with them , we get plenty of warning but we refuse to leave anyway because we won't leave the dogs behind and they don't let you take em. The biggest damage we usually get here is the winds. we are not that close to the water we are out of the flood zone its the downed trees and wires you need to watch out for mostly. Since the few we have had we now have a generater and town water LOL. We are use to them part of life here.
What's town water?

Why can't you take your dogs with you if you are going somewhere else to ride out the storm?
 

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That is crazy that you have to go through all of that. We get tornados but most of their force is slowed by the time they hit developed areas.

I would have to leave early to take Mo, or like you I would tough it out.
 

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Thanks kogeki and HausMommy.

Along with learning how to roll over Mo is studying to be a webmaster. Upon graduation he will start his own site mospace.com. His abition obviously was put on hold during our trip.

We got by cause we are tough! :lol: Really though, this cabin is our cushiest vacation spot this year.
 
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