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Old 07-13-2006, 04:49 AM   #1
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I began the move from GA to my new home in the foothills of N.C. in late May and have nearly everything in place. I have a lovely RV barn and in another week the concrete will be dry enough to move her in. The barn is 44 X 24 and has water, electricity and sewer connections for the Journey. It is complete with a family of phoebes that are nesting in the barn. I will take pics and send them along when the RV move is made.
Unfortunately I fell and broke the distal end of the radius in my right arm, so I'm limited on what I can do. Even typing is a pain.

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Old 07-13-2006, 04:49 AM   #2
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I began the move from GA to my new home in the foothills of N.C. in late May and have nearly everything in place. I have a lovely RV barn and in another week the concrete will be dry enough to move her in. The barn is 44 X 24 and has water, electricity and sewer connections for the Journey. It is complete with a family of phoebes that are nesting in the barn. I will take pics and send them along when the RV move is made.
Unfortunately I fell and broke the distal end of the radius in my right arm, so I'm limited on what I can do. Even typing is a pain.

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Old 07-13-2006, 05:49 AM   #3
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Annie, sorry about your arm. No time is good for a broken arm but particularly when you are moving!
So will you be living in your RV in the barn? Sounds like a fun adventure.
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Old 07-13-2006, 08:33 AM   #4
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My new home is adjacent to the RV barn so I'll be living there. The neighborhood restrictions don't allow 'trailers' to be visible thus the new RV barn. My new neighborhood has only 3 homes with the possibility of a 4th, and we are all retirees. It's nice and quiet and 10 miles from town. I don't go into town as often as I did in Athens.
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