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Old 12-28-2009, 09:58 PM   #15
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I have driven it twice and although I used to drive truck this is nothing like that,ain't got no bending point,lol. I'm not comfortable driving it but I wasn't comfortable driving the 70ft semi at first either so that will come with time.It's all the mechanical stuff that is intimidating.It might just be to soon after my hubby passing for me to have to think about these things is what I'm thinking.It's really just a little much to have to deal with don't you think.
Like I said in an earlier post I do have it tarped and the hole is small about the size of a cake donut but I'm a little concerned about causing further damage by moving it.Other than needing the propane I was hoping to let the damaged stuff wait to get repaired but if you all think I should do it asap maybe I should take that advise.I figured after the first I'd try to get some estimates on getting it repaired,but I was hoping they would come out to me.Probably wishful thinking huh.Oh well,with a little bit of help I'll get things worked out.Big Hugs,Peabody
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If you folks can pool together a gasoline fund, I'll load up and head north to take a crack at getting the house moving again.
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Old 12-28-2009, 10:19 PM   #17
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If Wanda is ready for help at this time, I'm in! Let us know Wanda!
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OMG! Thank-You! but I have someone just 50 miles away that may be able to help,He is also from this forum.You are too kind,oh geez I don't know what to say I'm stunned that every one is so helpful.I'm really not used to this,wow!Please I don't want anyone going out of their way for me as nice as the offer is.You must think about the wear and tear on your own rig,and the cold weather we are having.Bless you all but my small little problems aren't worth you pulling out of some place that you are comfortable at.I have faith things will work out one way or the other.Big Hugs,Peabody
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Wanda,

Don't think a thing of it. Our members here are great & more than willing when one of our own is in need. It may seem overwhelming right now, so just take things with the coach one day at a time like you have been doing & it'll all work out.

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OMG! Thank-You! but I have someone just 50 miles away that may be able to help,He is also from this forum.You are too kind,oh geez I don't know what to say I'm stunned that every one is so helpful.I'm really not used to this,wow!Please I don't want anyone going out of their way for me as nice as the offer is.You must think about the wear and tear on your own rig,and the cold weather we are having.Bless you all but my small little problems aren't worth you pulling out of some place that you are comfortable at.I have faith things will work out one way or the other.Big Hugs,Peabody
Cold weather doesn't bother me I go camping up in the mountains during the snowy season .

Unlike alot of the fulltimers here, I don't stay in one spot as much since I follow work around. At the moment, the rv sits dormant in front of a family's home while I work on it, waiting to see what comes my way contract-wise. With no work, I tend to go nuts on the improvement projects.

The catch for me going anywhere is always the fuel cost, the wear and tear is negligible, the rig is already old, and has almost 170,000 miles on it .
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