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Old 04-18-2010, 07:34 AM   #1
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Good Day Future "Frenz"

Good Day Future "Frenz"
Fed up with our jobs and politics we purchased our RV last year and are selling our home to go on our Magical Mystery Tour. Since we are not completely able to retire, this will be a bit scary. It is going to be the best or worst decision we ever made as we are selling everything and going 100% fulltime. We have researched this for 5 years before making our decision. We will be working 2 days per week while we develop an income from the things we love to do.
BOTH –First and foremost we were born to be with each other. We are both avid Bocce players and canoeist. We will also canoe as much as possible and will share/rent our Mohawk Nova16 Royalite canoe.
BOB - Musician, skydiver and gamer. I play guitar, harmonicas, trumpet and flute. I am Kind of a Crosby Stills Nash and Young kind of guy, but love playing my originals and newer tunes. Hopefully I will be able to grab a few gigs on our adventure, play jam with other rvers, not to mention perhaps being a workamper entertainer. Being adept with PCs, I hope to offer PC services as well. While I do not jump much anymore, it sure will be nice to make a skydive here and there. Nothing beats the feeling or view.
BARB - She is very creative and will be making and selling healing stone jewelry and plans on a Harley Davidson line to be offered on line and at HOG meets. Barb is also good with a camera and photo programs on the PC. She hopes to help our new RV “frenz” with making and sharing pics. She also intends to take pics of folks while they are vacationing and offer the pics on line for a nominal fee.
Thank you to those that have already helped us with a battery charging issue. I hope to soon be able to pay it back as I develop my “expertise”.
PS Any hints on how to get my wife to drive and maintain black water?

Bob n' Barb's Magical Mystery Tour
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Old 04-18-2010, 08:52 AM   #2
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Barb and Bob, welcome to iRV2. Check out the Nor'easters group here and see where they are planning a get together in your area.


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Bob & Barb: You're sounding pretty similar to our experience starting back in 05!! We "sold out" (everything!!) and have been on the road ever since and LOVING IT!! I monkey with harmonicas a little also and while I couldn't make any money at it, it sure is fun occasionally jammin with others.

You guys have fun, and it sure would be nice runnin into ya somewhere down the road. P.S. As an ol Boundry Waters Canoe Area enthusiast (Minn./Ontario border), we too still have our canoe everywhere we go, towing it atop our toad. It's great, especially if ya visit Alaska!! Enjoy.

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