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Old 09-07-2006, 11:57 PM   #15
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Howie,

It depends on if I can get off work or get someone to work for me. It seems like everytime a trip gets posted I'm working part of or the entire weekend. And then the fire training tower I teach at started and it takes up days also. Hopefully we can get out to one of the trips or even to Eric's BBQ. We have been lucky enough to go on a number of trips this year so far, but now I'm in the work mode period. We did a 8 day trip to the 4 corners area to meet up with my daughter and SIL in early August, and then spent 10 days in Malibu above the beach. We also squeezed in a week at Lake Almanor and Lake Tahoe without the trailer, stayed in a rental and with our good friends.

So I probally won't know until right before if I can get off for any of the planned trips. Hopefully we can get to one...

I've got a co-worker here who just bought a WW pull trailer, 26' I believe. I told him he needs to give you his info to be added to the list of WW owners. I also showed him your mods and he's already planning on some right now.

My best to you and Lady Di...

Clark
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