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Snack time

Lots of water entering Taylor River


Area surrounding Taylor Reservoir


It's thawing at the shallow end

I love this mailbox

Taylor Reservoir as viewed from the dam

Fly fishermen going after the lunkers




Down by the Taylor River

Taylor River is really up

Camp hostess Nancy

Taylor River is really ripping along

Our home for the next 4 months

Another view

And another

Well folks we've really hit the camp hosting jackpot this time! Our campsite is huge, and is a park within a park, and we love it. This is the only campground along the Taylor River that has electric on all sites, and it is in high demand I'm told, and I can certainly see why that would be. We are across the road from the Taylor River but we can hear it from our site.

Full hookups with 50 amp electric service, and our Verizon cell phones and air card work great. We've cancelled hughes.net satellite service since the Verizon air card is much, much faster, and works most places that we go.

Nancy and I took a 13 mile drive along the Taylor River to the Taylor Reservoir which is still frozen over, but starting to thaw in some areas. Quite a sight to behold.

We're really looking forward to the next 4 months!

The weather has turned winter like on us. It was down to 32 degrees last night and we've seen snow and are hoping for a lot more of the white stuff.

Jeff, Linda and my two grand-daughters will be visiting us over Memorial Day weekend. That should be a lot of fun for everyone.

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