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Old 04-13-2007, 09:43 AM   #15
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Virginia and Steve,

Congratulations on your purchase of an Alpine Coach. While ours is an 06, we have learned plenty from it and will be glad to share knowledge with you as well. We live in Auburn and store our coach in Sumner during the 8 months of the year's better weather that we are in the area. I am also a Cougar but don't do many of the Pullman treks because so many games occur during hunting season. It's too bad we can't fit more games in because ours is the Cinnabark color scheme and that has a lot of Cougar colors on it.

You should check out the NoWaCa region of the ACA; we have a rally coming up in Walla Walla May 10-13 during the balloon festival, with a day of wine tasting that would be a good opportunity to meet some of the local people. with Alpine coaches.

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Old 04-13-2007, 09:55 AM   #16
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That is the one thing I hated about giving up our Safari - it was burgandy and silver - this Alpine has a blue and silver stripe -- hmmm my son-in-law is an auto painter - wonder what kind of plans I have for the Alpine --- LOL - I already have the cougar pic picked out for the back of the coach. We received an invite to the Walla Walla event and I have to wait til Sunday to find out if our last night of bowling league is that weekend - I would really like to attend. We have season tickets for the Cougs.

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