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Old 03-23-2014, 01:32 PM   #15
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Won't hesitate again to pull over and wait out dangerous driving conditions.

and being as how it's Sunday; Amen !

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We left Yuma on the 18th and it was heavy winds all the way home through AZ, Nv, Or, Id. After we got to Seattle it eased up. Hard on fuel and nerves a couple times but 35 years of trucking paid off. I did tie down the awnings and glad I did or I don't think they would be there anymore! I miss the warm already.

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