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Old 02-15-2007, 07:56 AM   #121
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The first picture was the 3 of us who had lake front property. For going hookups for the view. Actually, the spots were nice Sunday when a strong wind came up and blew sand and dust all over. We didn't get quite as much, the lake buffered us.

Hey Maggie and Wes,
Had a wonderful time. Just sorry we couldn't have the fire Sunday night.

Donna,
Oooooooh, so jealous. But Hey...just 2 months until you get to go to a great Gathering.
See you at Waterloo.
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Old 02-16-2007, 10:14 PM   #122
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Wes and Maggie and others..."Great Meet". Your efforts and initative are much appreciated.

Thanks to Les who let me test drive his Pilot and those that gave trailer tours.

I'm glad the wind blast waited until after the festivites.
Hope to meet yu'all wonderful people again at some another meet.
We are planning to go to the Deadhorse Ranch in April.

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Old 02-17-2007, 01:52 PM   #123
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Thank you for a wonderful rally! Chuck and I (with our big dog, Ralf) enjoyed the campfires, the walk around the lake, and meeting such wonderful people. We plan to join as many rally events as possible. Thanks, Maggi, for teaching Barb and me dominos. Can't wait for more games.

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Old 02-28-2007, 01:38 AM   #124
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Hello to all the great people we met at Cahuilla- pronounced as a child would say Korea - Caweea. We took a little advice from Nick and Marlene. What people on the road who are intent on getting home want is a quick overnight. We left Caweea at about noon, made it to Visalia on our way up Hway 99, looked a a bleak KOA for $40 for a rainy night and lots of nothing, spent our $$ on a great dinner downtown and asked for directions to the nearest Wal Mart. The security person in a pickup told us where to park and also informed up that we could stay three nights. LOVED IT! THE PERFECT IN-TRANSIT PLACE TO STAY.

We will see many of you at Lake San Antonio.

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