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2009 Woodalls Camping Directory For the Camping Enthusiast
If you have a camping enthusiast on your list and are looking for gift ideas, the 2009 Woodall's Camping Directory may be just the thing to give them. The guide is is currently on sale for 50 percent off, which means it only costs $12.95 and it comes with a bonus interactive CD. Plus it has a 100 percent money back guarantee.
The only downside is that delivery before Christmas isn't guaranteed but that just gives you the opportunity to really confuse the recipient because you write what the gift is on a little piece of paper and wrap it in a small box with some rocks. The rocks are obviously just to throw off those people who feel the need to shake every present before they open it. I have a child who used to like to do that but one year I wrapped one of his presents in a shoe box that contained two smaller boxes. One of the small boxes had the present in it (can't remember what it was anymore) and the other was full of broken glass. When he shook it I got this shocked look on my face and said, "Adam! You broke it!" Although I will never win an Oscar for my acting abilities, he believed me. I let him in on the joke and told him not to open the box of broken glass, but it cured him of the desire to shake the heck out of his boxes before opening them. But, I digress.
The 2009 Woodall's camping directory is 2000 plus pages long and is a great resource for campers and RVers. It has over 15,000 campground and RV resort listings, covering the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Some of its other features include: - Enhanced Instant Internet & Wi-Fi Information! - Locations of hundreds of RV sales/service dealerships - Listings of fun attractions to visit while traveling - Handy "at-a-glance" charts tell if a campground welcomes Big Rigs, is Internet friendly, welcomes pets and accepts online reservations - Detailed maps and "Rules of the Road" for each state and province - A special editorial on "One Tank Trips"
To order, click here to go to Woodall's website.
I don't know how long the special pricing will last and I'm not saying that to try and get you to rush to Woodall's website to place an order.