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Old 05-23-2008, 04:55 PM   #1
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I can't figure out if some of you don't get it or you think by b******g your Alpine will by some miracle get repaired. IT WON'T. Save your breath for constructive ideas and helping one another. Feed E Mike all the info we can get together for every Alpine owned. This will begin the process of all of us getting some help. It is the only way. Alpine (WRV) is history. Stop moaning and start fixing or sell it. Good luck on the latter. If we keep getting info together and helping each other we have an excellent chance of survival with a pretty nice motor coach. There is little point in complaining about should have been or what could be, cause it won't. We have and thats that, except for Bev & Buddy, but they really did pay their dues and Coyote Norm. E Mike, is it not nice that Norm is not laughing at us, at least publicly. We will all survive, it just may be a bit more difficult. There are a lot of intelligent folks in this crowd and I am going to lean on all of them.

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I can't figure out if some of you don't get it or you think by b******g your Alpine will by some miracle get repaired. IT WON'T. Save your breath for constructive ideas and helping one another. Feed E Mike all the info we can get together for every Alpine owned. This will begin the process of all of us getting some help. It is the only way. Alpine (WRV) is history. Stop moaning and start fixing or sell it. Good luck on the latter. If we keep getting info together and helping each other we have an excellent chance of survival with a pretty nice motor coach. There is little point in complaining about should have been or what could be, cause it won't. We have and thats that, except for Bev & Buddy, but they really did pay their dues and Coyote Norm. E Mike, is it not nice that Norm is not laughing at us, at least publicly. We will all survive, it just may be a bit more difficult. There are a lot of intelligent folks in this crowd and I am going to lean on all of them.

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Old 05-25-2008, 07:09 PM   #3
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No laughter comin' from me, Ted. Seems like there are a lot a people suffering in varying degrees-- from Alpine "orphans", to Alpenlite "orphans", to great people now without a job in the Yakima Valley. How people will manage their life without those 6 week "vacations" at Camp WRV is another concern though.

Although the new real estate reality-- should my place ever sell- will no longer buy me a new 36 FDTS, I would still consider an older Alpine-- and with the price of diesel I would not even need one with wheels.

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