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the5reeds
post Feb 28 2012, 11:33 AM
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Since most of us do camping on the road smile.gif, and may not have internet access, it would sure be swell if we had the ability to download some kind of summary of campground reviews (in advance) to save on a laptop. Perhaps by state or something. I'd pay to be able to do this.
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MelindaK
post Jul 28 2012, 12:53 PM
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I usually use an excel spreadsheet for my destinations. My issue has been posting reviews of the campgrounds. Last year when I traveled from Texas to Maine I found I was too busy or tired to post some reviews. Doing that long of a trip in 39 days there was not adequate time plus I really did not want to be on the computer or deal with technology while vacationing. My intentions were to post the reviews when I got home. Now I am about to leave on my next trip and realized I did not post reviews for all the campground. Is it too late to post reviews from last October?

This year I have an iPad and I am not traveling as far. I should do better.
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post Sep 5 2012, 11:51 AM
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QUOTE(MelindaK @ Jul 28 2012, 01:53 PM) *

I usually use an excel spreadsheet for my destinations. ...... I really did not want to be on the computer or deal with technology while vacationing.


I too have a spread sheet with info from all the CGs I've visited over the years. About 275 at present count, but not all reviewed because some were used more than once. The original purpose was to refer to it in case I was looking to stay at a particular campground again. But, it turns out that it has come in handy to provide information to others who posted to a forum asking about campgrounds in a certain region.

One of the techniques that I use to keep info accurate, current, and to write reviews is to make sure I gather up a campground flyer or brochure. I put the date of stay and then write a few notes on it that reflect what I might want to put in a review.
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