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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Blogging the RV rally

Posted By on Thu, Sep 25, 2008 at 2:45 PM

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Where are the LR bloggers in Chenal, the Heights, Hillcrest, SWLR, the East End, etc., to match the Dogtown blogging corps?

I say this after:

* Seeing the Argenta News blog report on the big RV rally, complete with Scott Miller's picture above of a shuttle bus stuck in the fresh gravel, a problem some visiting RVers have encountered.

* Then there's the Levy Project blog reporting on converstions with a disgruntled RVer.

* And scroll down the NLR firefighters blog for an item -- not seemingly a happy one -- about firefighters being pressed into water service for the RV assembly.

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