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July 21, 2011

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Palmsrv

The water pipe reminded me that around 1980 in the older residential section of Detroit they had a water main break and flood the street. When the workers dug up the street to make the repair they found a wooden water pipe like the on in your picture. There were four sections down there and nobody could find any history as to how long they had been there.

Marilyn

Oh what fun as a kid when I finally reached the prize in my Cracker Jacks -- nice campground and interesting museum!

Marsha

WOW...never saw a campground like that one! Too be a kid again.

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