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Old 07-10-2012, 04:20 PM   #1
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Our North Dakota Home

Our North Dakota home came home this morning to Decorah, IA. Looks like we have our own little camping corner next to the creek. Hopefully we will get it sold. If not, I can send husband to his own camper when he's not behaving.
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Leaving North Dakota in January I can understand, but July?
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Hopefully we will get it sold. If not, I can send husband to his own camper when he's not behaving.

That's a two way street ya know....
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I have my Scamp. It's not hard leaving ND in June when your husbands GM of Keifer Built back home in Iowa. She was a good girl for us in the oil patch.
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