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Old 01-06-2003, 05:22 PM   #15
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Paul, I think a trailer first would be a good idea, otherwise you will have to throw your blanket behind the truck on the ground.

Larry, you've gone blond. and that is an excellent signature picture. thanks to Charles for mentioning it so I would look again.

This sounds boring after everyone elses, but it's all mine. The only thing I have planned is what I do every memorial week-end, and that is the 3 day to 1week camp out for the pow wow. AND maybe the trip to Turkey Creek in MO in June. if all goes well, I'll branch out. if you need a place to stay in northern OK, come see me.
<img src=http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/uploads/3e1a0f30ea23bsnowdeer1.jpg/> The snow is gone now, by the way. This was Christmas Eve Day, 2002. off the front porch.
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Old 01-06-2003, 07:29 PM   #16
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Larry, you've gone blond.
Or rather, bald? :omy I thought that my avatar should more directly reflect the real me. (see me at the thread "Merry Christmas Everyone" sent 12/25/02)
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Old 01-06-2003, 07:38 PM   #17
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WOW!

Lots and lots of stuff already being planned. All sound like great fun. Lex...your trek in England...now that sounds really great.

Jana...If that shot isn't next year's Christmas Card, I don't know what is. Beautiful
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Old 01-06-2003, 07:41 PM   #18
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Our big 2003 trip

:wave Our big trip this year will be to pull "Sunny Side Up" from Louisiana to Carlisle, PA with our 1965 Corvair Monza to the Corvair National Convention and show. We drove it to Flagstaff, AZ for the Nationals last summer and had a great time on the old Route 66 alignments. Hoping to take our time and just putt along having fun. We'll do many more "close-in" outings (probably pulling behind our conversion van or truck, but the trek up north will be our "biggie" for the year.:wave We had originally planned to build a teardrop for this trip, but the "lure of the egg" was just too much, especially when Diane and pups fell in love with it!
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Old 01-06-2003, 07:44 PM   #19
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Yep!

>>We had originally planned to build a teardrop for this trip, but the "lure of the egg" was just too much, especially when Diane and pups fell in love with it!

Yep, that'll happen. ;) These little suckers always cast a spell on us!
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Old 01-06-2003, 07:49 PM   #20
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Drumheller Alberta

If you have kids and you like paleontology go to Drumheller Alberta. The BadLands!

Stay at the Dinosaur RV park just down the road from the museum. No $$ interest in the park, just a good place to stay. Go after July 01 and the little ones can go out on the actual digs with the paleontologists !
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Old 01-06-2003, 08:03 PM   #21
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JJ Pullstrailerwithyellowescape,

Is that a deer in the center of the picture, or a petroglyph of a deer?

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Old 01-06-2003, 08:17 PM   #22
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Escaping in the Egg...

Greg and I are planning a few road trips this summer. It's our first ever with a travel trailer, so it should be a learning experience.
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Late March/April - weekend road trip to Seattle to pick up a 'Doesn't ship to Canada' aftermarket seat for our truck.

Late May - across country to Southern Ontario (family in Kanata, Port Hope, Peterborough, Fenelon Falls).... probably through the US

Canadian Thanksgiving - back across the country to Toronto to visit the kin... hopefully a different way that in May

That eats up much of our vacation time, so the rest will be weekend trips in the area, to explore Beautiful British Columbia. We've only lived out here on the west coast for a few years and are looking forward to exploring.

I can hardly wait! :jump-r :sporty :jump-r My eagerness to hit the road is what is motivating me to get these pesky renos finished.

~ Melanie
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Old 01-06-2003, 08:57 PM   #23
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2003 trips...

Probably several; maybe a lot! I got my 2003 Casita 17SD as a business tool. I am starting a major 50-state documentary on the American family farm, and my research showed me that the Casita was the rolling HQ I needed for this project. I've already worked in Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Kentucky and am looking forward to the fun of seeing the country and getting to know folks all over this great nation.

(And who are those little smiley people on the left of this pane and what do they want? Did I do something wrong? They're cute, but is there any way to make them go away without hurting their feelings?)
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Old 01-06-2003, 09:22 PM   #24
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...And who are those little smiley people on the left of this pane and what do they want? Did I do something wrong? They're cute, but is there any way to make them go away without hurting their feelings?
You can use the Smilies or Not. They’re there for Morgan to help him not get in trouble. ...And sense I had to make them available to him, I made them available for everyone that wants to use them. As you noticed, they go away when you Submit. To use them just click on the one you want and it will place the code at the end of where you have typed. Enjoy.
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Old 01-06-2003, 09:39 PM   #25
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petroglyph

no those are real, :) as there are really two deer, one in front of the other. when I reduced the size of the picture, I lost some clarity, but not that much, Morgan.
we do have a rock that looks like a deer lying down, but the snow had that covered up. no carved ones though. as I look at that picture, I can't beleive it was really that way, just two weeks ago.

I have a question; reading Robert Brummett's profile, I noticed - York, PA & Co. Kerry, Ire.- is that Ireland? and other such interesting places?
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no those are real, :) as there are really two deer, one in front of the other. when I reduced the size of the picture, I lost some clarity, but not that much, Morgan.
we do have a rock that looks like a deer lying down, but the snow had that covered up. no carved ones though. as I look at that picture, I can't beleive it was really that way, just two weeks ago.
Thanks JJ,

That clears it up.

I thought it was a looong skinny deer or a petroglyph. :wave
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Old 01-06-2003, 10:25 PM   #27
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2003 trip

In February we are planning to leave Red Deer, Alberta and drive to San Diego. We'll only have two weekends and one week, so it really will be a drive and not much else. Apparently there is a great pie place in the San Diego area - that will be about all we have time for before we have to head back.:) Mainly, we're just looking for a break from the winter here, even if it is just for a short while.

The rest of the year will be long weekend trips - there is a great "show'n'shine" in Radium Hot Springs, BC in September - and just going to visit relatives and staying in our own space.
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New member welcome...

Welcome to Robert ... neat website, by the way. I snuck a peal at it.

~ Mel :wave
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