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Old 02-16-2009, 12:31 AM   #15
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yep.. I am grateful to have a place to go at under 150 a week without fear of break ins.

no... no more beagles!
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Old 02-16-2009, 11:33 PM   #16
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Gina - what a blessing to be spending time at Camp Simson, away from the snow! Best to all, L 'n D
p.s. - your subject caused some palpatations here!
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Old 02-17-2009, 02:46 AM   #17
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Gina - what a blessing to be spending time at Camp Simson, away from the snow! Best to all, L 'n D
p.s. - your subject caused some palpatations here!
Gina, How does your cat travel? Any problems? I've been thinking of taking mine with me on one of my travels.
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Old 02-20-2009, 01:10 AM   #18
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Hi Gina! You are missing all this fun!!!!!
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Old 02-20-2009, 10:57 AM   #19
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Bob Starr,
How are you two fairing? Hopefully you are staying warm and dry.

We think Gina escaped just in the nick of time!

We finally got our tug loose from being snow-bound, but not without a little trauma. The 20" tall pile of snow on top of the cab and shell slid onto the hood in the process, and she has sizable waves instead of a nice smooth surface. The bug deflector instantly became 3 pieces as it was swept off the hood. The bracket holding the 7 pin connector is now folded at right angles. But I guess that's how they become "mountain" vehicles.
Now our kids know what we need for birthdays.

Gina, the on-going adventure of your life has kind of taken a right angle turn, we are praying that this new chapter works out well.
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Old 02-20-2009, 02:53 PM   #20
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Bob! You ARE alive!

I am back in the fun now.. what the county did.. shame on them. I suspect you are buried as well?

Kurt... OUCH! Yep, thats what makes the mountain folk. I am still gonna be one.. only in a flat kinda way.

Kathy, the cat learned to travel as a kitten, so he takes it all in stride. This was his first trip trapped with an anxious playful pup, so there were some conflicts to deal with, but they worked it out.

I do NOT recommend packing them all together, it's a lot of work, but.. sometimes it's unavoidable.
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Old 02-20-2009, 07:51 PM   #21
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Yes, I guess I have been a stranger over here of late. I have also been a stranger to our trailer!!! County cited me and forced me to move it. I moved it to a friend's house where nobody was living. He got popped for it there, so now, after the snows, I have to move it again. Haven't used it since June!!!
Otherwise we are fine in our neck of the woods. When it snows we just turn to our projects and art work. I play my music (love that guitar!!). Been by your house, Gina, but you are never there when I am.
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Gina, I think you could write a book about your adventures. In the summer it was fire danger and now running away from snow, living in the camper, etc, etc. You do have an interesting life.
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Old 02-20-2009, 10:39 PM   #23
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wow Bob.. sorry to hear that! Call Camp Switzerland. He will store for CHEAP. 40 a month last time I checked.

I lucked out.. county has not said Boo about mine in 5 years. It will never be back on the hill, so I squeaked by, I guess.

A book, I don't know about, but I certainly have gotten my money and security out of having it! I thought my house was the best investment I ever made, but the trailer seems to be topping that right now. It given me fun, shelter, and now a break when I really need it.

FGRV has proven to be a good find! It has saved my bacon more than once.
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