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Old 08-24-2007, 11:42 AM   #15
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WL7AYE here. Husband is WL7H. Ham and eggs, anyone?
(I grew up in Indiana, but my husband has never been east of Denver and has never seen a lightening bug...)

Welcome to this great forum. Very useful place - and lots of smiles
Hi Connie, I too grew up here but was stationed in Colorado Springs in the USAF early 70s. My son was born at the AF academy.
Love the 'ham and eggs'

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Old 08-24-2007, 02:00 PM   #16
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Forget the AC and DC and LED's. Just think of all the juice we'd save if we could switch our lights to lightning bugs!

Hi Carolyn! Re all the different types of eggs: We're partial to our Trillium, partly because it's tall enough inside for my husband, and partly because it was the first one we found, aside from a Scamp that disappeared in a heartbeat. The 13 footer is a breeze to tow. One drawback is that the rear bed is a tad narrow, so my teen-aged daughter and I share that, sleeping head to toe, and my husband sleeps in the van - because he's gallant - and our Trill is the front bathroom model, so no gaucho bed. Some folks have made bed extensions...

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