Fwd: [CR]Cirque Camping? > KOA ???

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Date: Sun, 7 May 2006 09:51:48 -0700 (PDT)
From: Arthur Link <artlink@flash.net>
Subject: Fwd: [CR]Cirque Camping? > KOA ???
To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org

Congratulations on your Malvern 3-Star,a great bike with historic cycling heritage in OZ. Keep some of your heritage down under,or the next generation will have to buy it back from abroad at inflated prices. Art Link,San Antonio,TX

Ben Kamenjas <bici_pimp@mac.com> wrote: From: Ben Kamenjas <bici_pimp@mac.com> Subject: [CR]Cirque Camping? > KOA ??? Date: Sun, 7 May 2006 23:58:42 +1000 To: classicrendezvous@bikelist.org


I have only just conceptualized KOF, now I see KOA and the word camping in the title .... and Im (sorry to say) kinda like Deliverance scared !? I know us Aussie's are a little common compared to the rest of you sophisto's in the northern hemisphere but what pray tell is a KOA? I dunno ... sounds Greek to me.

Then again, what do I know; Im drinking Maker's, listening to John Lee Hooker and checking out a very on topic 3 Star frame I bought for $30 bucks, even though I swore never to buy one of them Malvern things ... but $30, so I had to.


Ben "KO mucho A" Kamenjas Sydney, Oz

On 06/05/2006, Michael Ross (? who btw didn't sign off) wrote:
> There is KOA in G'boro, but I have never used it. They are uniformly
> not too bad, sort of like Holiday Inn used to be.
> On 5/5/06, Charliepedal@aol.com wrote:
>> Hi
>> Anybody have any "camping" experence around Geeensboro?
>> I have a tent trailer and am looking for a campground with all the
>> 'facilities' (showers etc) that will take reservations.
>> My wife will be with me, but is not interested in a lot of people
>> talkin
> g
>> about bikes. So will find something else to do.
>> Reply off list, or maybe somebody is looking for the same thing?
>> Thank You
>> Charlie Petty in Cochranville PA