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Old 09-10-2013, 07:54 PM   #267
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I just meant that I don't have quite as much in common with y'all as I had hoped. I mean, couldn't y'all be a little more class C, a bit more single, a little more buried in debt and still working, a bit more vintagey and why are y'all so dang old? I'm supposed to impress someone with my 24' rig and my 53 yrs of age. :-)
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one way distance is 51 miles about an hour away.
Wally count me in, I think you said 9 AM. should we meet at coffee and plan our attack on Thursday AM. Jim
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I counted 35 at the campfire last night. Going to Forrest City today to see the Winnie plant. Long drive but closer than WI. so I'm going. Hope to be back in time for the fire start, wish me luck or start without me and I'll be there ASAP. Jim
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What do the initials stand for ?

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http://www.hwhcorp.com/
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Wally---What does the HWH stand for and what kind of a factory tour is it. I would be interested if I knew what it is,,,Thanks. Curt1941
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HWH® was founded in 1967 and for the first 17 years of business they designed & manufactured machines and hydraulics for agricultural customers like John Deere and Caterpillar. During those early years in the ag industry, HWH also discovered a niche for supplying hydraulic leveling systems to the RV industry (because the RV industry was currently borrowing agricultural equipment to patch their needs). HWH has since led the RV industry in hydraulic and air leveling technology. They've introduced countless innovative hydraulic slide-out systems to the market and have brought many other innovative hydraulic/air solutions to the RV market ranging from hydraulic step systems to air suspension systems to saddle-rack systems. HWH is proud to play a part in enriching the RV experience for hundreds of thousands of RVers throughout the world.
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Proposed schedule

I am waiting for a return call from HWH. Looking leaving at 8:30 on Thursday Morning. The following have expressed interest.

P10
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e are scheduled to arrive at 10:00 AM on Thursday Morning which means we need to leave around 9:00AM. Lets discuss car pooling at the morning coffee. Looks likes we have 13 to 15 folks. I can carry one passenger.

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If we can still join you all, Kathy & I would like to attend as well.

We are on N3
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I am waiting for a return call from HWH. Looking leaving at 8:30 on Thursday Morning. The following have expressed interest.

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Thanks for stoping by Wally. We look forward to going, and we are happy to have two others join us in our car, if someone needs a ride.

We will be at the coffee get together in the morning.

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Old Country Theater

I plan to walk over to the theater this afternoon for the comedy. Don't know if rvjimmy will be with or not. Probably not. But I called the theater and they said no problem with just showing up without any reservations this afternoon. 3 pm performance.
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Don't forget the Swap/Buy'n'Sell/Give away meet this afternoon right after the Ice Cream Social. Same place.

Anything you carry in the rig that you would like to shift is fair game. (No spouses!) This is very informal, so you may offer your goods however is appropriate: for sale, for free, for barter or bargain.

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Rita and I went yesterday, wonderful show and well worth the time to go. Your sides will hurt by the end from laughing so hard.
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