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May 29, 2005

Lake Blackshear- This memorial weekend more people are taking to the roadways looking for a little R & R.

The campground at the Resort at Lake Blackshear doesn't have an empty lot. Those who own RV's say they're happy to see the price of gasoline fall, but would probably be out in their RV's this weekend regardless.

"Most folks that RV will tell you they're going regardless, it doesn't matter what the price is, but when you hold 85 gallons, it's nice when the price goes down a $1.80 versus $2.09, so it makes a difference," saidn Bill Ragan of Perry.

It cost Bill about 165 dollars to fill up the 85 gallon Catalina, RV.

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