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Old 06-28-2016, 08:31 AM   #15
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Hi hyker chick,
Welcome to iRV2. In addition to what has been posted, try and fuel at PFJ (Pilot Flying J) stations. Diesel or gas they have consistent easy in and out. You have many happy memories waiting to be made. Just take them one at a time. Note there may be space in between the happy memories with some irritations.
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Thanks to all of you for your sage and kind advice, your grammar checking, and humor! I hope to see some of you in my travels. You'll know it's me if you see that Gulfstream Visa with two black and white dogs, LOL.
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I learned the hard way but take breaks!!! Don't push yourself, 15 minutes of rest can get you another couple hours safe driving.
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