along the balmy Tennessee
Huntsville, AL, US of A
>From: "Todd D. Crail" <tcrail-in-UTNet.UToledo.Edu>
>Subject: NANFA-L-- Camping in FL and AL with FEMA?
>Date: Mon, 3 Apr 2006 16:11:57 -0400
>We're pinning down the itenerary for Spring Fling 2006, Part Duh...
>I wondered, how much of the evacuees have been housed-in-state parks? I
>this, because almost the entire trip, we'll be camping... And I just can't
>deal without a "plan" lol.
>I was just looking-in-Wind Creek State Park in Alabama, which will be base
>to Coosa/Hatchet Creek and possibly the Tallapaloosa. They mentioned they
>had "FEMA campsites, the rest are first come, first serve".
>Should I be concerned enough to make phone calls to the places we plan to
>stay? I didn't see any of this mentioned on the FL SP sites.
>We're looking-in-Rainbow Springs SP, FL the evening of April 13th and
>the day on April 14th. We will be meeting up with Ryan's old advisor from
>Eckerd to sample turtles, but that doesn't mean we can't look-in-the fish
>We'll be in Tampa/St Pete during the day on April 15th.
>Gonna try and hook up with El Mysteryman on the 16th (drive morning) and/or
>17th, thinking we're going to stay-in-Blackwater River SP, FL. (Any
>thoughts about that? The locality, not Trey... sheesh ;)
>18th, looking-in-Wind River SP for the evening.
>19th (drive) and 20th, back-in-the Little Buffalo in TN. My goodness, was
>that stream awesome. Hopefully get into a little "smawjaw" rod-n-reel
>action as well.
>Be the change you want to see.
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