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  • Rock Cut State Park

    We are at Rock Cut State Park in IL for last 4 days. Nice Campground over 300 sites. We would definitely stay here again.

    Open year round, the campgrounds provide water, electricity, sanitary dump stations, showers, and toilets.
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    Nice!
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    • #3
      Why are the leaves on the ground?

      Are the trees sick?

      :wink!:
      Russell
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      • #4
        Joe / Linda,
        Welcome to Illinois!! We're just over an hour due east of you in Wauconda, IL.

        If you are looking for a GORGEOUS day trip / drive...
        Take I-90 to 39...
        Then take 39 west over to Rt 2
        Then take Rt 2 south - along the Rock River

        B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L!!!!!

        And some neat scenic towns down through Dixon.
        IE - John Deere Historic Site (John Deere's home and blacksmith shop) is in Grand Detour, IL --- you'll drive right through it.

        Or... the BlackHawk Statue overlooking the Rock River in Oregon, IL.

        And if you're a political buff... Dixon, IL was the birthplace of Ronald Reagan and you can see his boyhood home.

        Enjoy your stay!!
        Jeff, Julie, Cameron, & Taylor Lockhart - Wauconda, IL

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        • #5
          Originally posted by drfife View Post
          Why are the leaves on the ground?

          Are the trees sick?

          :wink!:
          No, it's just Fall. It's the reason Fall is fall, a natural seasonal event.

          A good parallel would be if all the needles fell off your cacti at a certain time each year.

          Paul

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sierradrifter View Post
            No, it's just Fall. It's the reason Fall is fall, a natural seasonal event.

            A good parallel would be if all the needles fell off your cacti at a certain time each year.

            Paul
            Naw, we have live oaks. They keep their leaves year round.
            Russell
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            • #7
              Originally posted by drfife View Post
              Naw, we have live oaks. They keep their leaves year round.
              Oh, trust me, they lose their leaves. They just don't lose tham all at once and grow more all year long. Messy trees they are. But they sure do provide some good wood for smoking a brisket.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by drfife View Post
                Naw, we have live oaks. They keep their leaves year round.
                Trust me, I have two huge live oak trees and they shed leaves year round and particularly more in fall and spring. I had to buy a Cyclone Rake to stay ahead.

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