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Old 11-17-2019, 01:35 PM   #1
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Hello, but dry dock for now

Just a quick hello, greetings from Northern California. My Lil Bigfoot is parked alongside my house and secure, but somewhat neglected. My V70 TV is also neglected... I try to start it once a week to charge the battery but sometimes forget and need a jump.

No travel plans this winter.

My husband was ill over the summer and passed away August 17th. I think I will wish to travel again, maybe in the spring.

In the meantime I do love reading posts, especially complicated ones about which electrical connection is most secure, or details about big remodels.

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Old 11-17-2019, 04:43 PM   #2
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I am so sad to hear this news. I know he was very supportive of your molded fiberglass dream and a great help with some of the work. I know he would want you to keep traveling, and I hope you will feel very close to his memory when you do. Sincerest condolences.
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I am so sad to hear this news. I know he was very supportive of your molded fiberglass dream and a great help with some of the work. I know he would want you to keep traveling, and I hope you will feel very close to his memory when you do. Sincerest condolences.
Thank you, Jon.
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Old 11-18-2019, 07:00 AM   #4
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Condolences on your husband's passing Ellpea. I hope the North CA winter goes well. Enjoy the planning time for those spring trips.

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Ellpea, so very sorry to hear about your husband.
Thanks for telling us and letting us know how you're doing.
Our thoughts are with you.

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Dreams of new adventures in the spring are a great comfort and solace and good way to pass the winter.



I am sorry for your loss and glad that you have not let go of your dreams. Wishing many happy new adventures for you.



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Condolences on your husband's passing Ellpea. I hope the North CA winter goes well. Enjoy the planning time for those spring trips.

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Thank you Sandy. The winter is not bad so far... sunny every day. But occasional freak high winds are an excuse for PG&E to shut off the power in rural areas and small towns, out of fear of new fires starting. Fortunately, I have city electricity and my town keeps their power equipment in good repair.

Plenty of time to plan the next outing, and to enjoy reading about everyone’s projects.

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Ellpea, so very sorry to hear about your husband.
Thanks for telling us and letting us know how you're doing.
Our thoughts are with you.

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Hello Kai and Paul,
Thank you for your kind words.
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Old 11-22-2019, 11:32 AM   #9
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Dreams of new adventures in the spring are a great comfort and solace and good way to pass the winter.
I am sorry for your loss and glad that you have not let go of your dreams. Wishing many happy new adventures for you.

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Hello K C,

Your posts are always the most interesting. I love the detail, and because you work even with some physical issues giving you pause, you help me remember that I should not sit around feeling sorry for myself.
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