Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Making happy campers

Growing up, the Sebring children spent much of their time outdoors on their 220-acre family farm.

They would swim in the land's two lakes — Little Pine Lake and Long Lake. They would pick berries. They would ride horses.

Since their parents had opened the land to the public years before, they decided to follow that lead.

"Our folks rented boats to people to fish in Little Pine Lake for 50 cents a day, and people were allowed to pick huckleberries for 25 cents a day," Bob Sebring said.

The three Sebring siblings — Bob and Jack Sebring and Jean Sebring-Gladstone, 73 — and their spouses decided to buy two adjoining farms to create a campground. Full Story...

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