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Kallista

anyone knows?

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Ok heres my question

19 years ago, before i moved here for the 1st time, i stayed at a cabin on burntside. There were alot of them, kind of close together. Had running cold water only. wood stove and a screen in porch that was the kitchen part. No bathrooms, had to walk down the trail for toilets and showers. They served sticky buns. The women i met was super nice, and came to check on me, i was 4 months preggos, and everyone was out in the bwca, and a bad storm came through there.

It wasnt much to stay there for 2 days..

this is all i can remember about the place and would like to go back there

any info on the name?

if its still owned by the same people

thanks

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Camp Van Vac

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If it's Camp Van Vac, it is owned by the same family.

Buel and Winny Tubbs would have been there at that time (I think)

Their daughter Nancy currently runs it.

Do any of these names ring a bell????

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Yep, sure sounds like Van Vac. Nancy Jo Tubbs is good people.

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