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Old 11-05-2015, 09:36 AM   #46677
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Old 11-05-2015, 09:54 AM   #46678
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I want to congratulate Papaw Steve, the lucid one, for pulling together the FESW Winter GC in Az. Well done sir!

I'm not sure we will make it since we have already paid to be in Apache Junction Jan 8 to Feb 7 and Feb to March 8 in Yuma. I don't usually let dollars stand in the way of a grand time, but the $115 a week becomes $300 when I give up the week in AJ plus the small amount of additional fuel.

I have already paid $150 deposit on AJ and Paid Yuma in full. So I don't see much wiggle room with that. Since I have prepaid - that sort of puts the money back in the budget. Just need to look at it a little more closely. Still - it does seem a little rich at $300 for a $115 site. On the other hand - not paying electric for the 1 week is some savings. I really wish I knew how much we were going to enjoy our time at Superstition Sunrise

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As it does look like a nice enough place. Bottom line - you can only be at 1 place at a time, no matter how many places you pay to be...
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Old 11-05-2015, 10:01 AM   #46679
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I want to congratulate Papaw Steve, the lucid one, for pulling together the FESW Winter GC in Az. Well done sir!

I'm not sure we will make it since we have already paid to be in Apache Junction Jan 8 to Feb 7 and Feb to March 8 in Yuma. I don't usually let dollars stand in the way of a grand time, but the $115 a week becomes $300 when I give up the week in AJ plus the small amount of additional fuel.

I have already paid $150 deposit on AJ and Paid Yuma in full. So I don't see much wiggle room with that. Since I have prepaid - that sort of puts the money back in the budget. Just need to look at it a little more closely. Still - it does seem a little rich at $300 for a $115 site. On the other hand - not paying electric for the 1 week is some savings. I really wish I knew how much we were going to enjoy our time at Superstition Sunrise

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As it does look like a nice enough place. Bottom line - you can only be at 1 place at a time, no matter how many places you pay to be...

Have you checked to see if you could "Slide" the date a week and not lose anything???

What would we do without you guys???
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Old 11-05-2015, 10:43 AM   #46683
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Have you checked to see if you could "Slide" the date a week and not lose anything???



What would we do without you guys???

Yes. If you can slide a week, the Fairgrounds is only 10 miles off from Tucson and the Ajo Way is a nice route to Yuma from there. Just sayin, Bro
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Old 11-05-2015, 10:46 AM   #46684
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It's snowing, it's snowing. Our first snow!

I would Woot for you, but I grew up in MN.
Over thisaway, Prescott and the South Rim both got snow. No, I'm not going up there to see it!
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Yes. If you can slide a week, the Fairgrounds is only 10 miles off from Tucson and the Ajo Way is a nice route to Yuma from there. Just sayin, Bro
Here's the schedule... what would you slide Dave?

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Oasis RV Park
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Las Vegas, NV
702-260-2001
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11/23 - 11/25
Fiesta RV
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Bullhead City, AZ
928-758-7671
$25 /day $50.00

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Horsepatility RV
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Wickenburg, Az
Visiting Friends
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12/2 - 12/9
Pleasant Harbor
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Peoria, AZ
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Eloy, AZ (Casa Grande)
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7136 Sunland Gin Rd
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$460 - $200 = $260 + Elec.

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You do realize that as a greeting party of one you is gunna be a very busy grand poohbah potentate.
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You do realize that as a greeting party of one you is gunna be a very busy grand poohbah potentate.

I nominate The Lucid One to fill in.
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Who the heck is the "LUCID" one?

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Ed, it's a hard decision. I took an earlier retirement from the Army in 1998. My plans were to retire in 2001. Anyway, the earlier plans didn't work out and needed to go back to work. Finally retired in 2007 and everything was smooth riding since than. In fact, Di & I are living a very comfortable life, much better than anticipated and not planned as such.

One fact that I looked at when considering Di's retirement, was that she could retire as a teacher and receive more money. Basically, she no longer had to pay into Social Security and Arkansas offers a partial tax exemption for retirees.

Just trying to say, there are many choices and roads for you to take. If the choice you make does not work out, just turn left instead of turning right. As we can all attest to, there are no guarantees out there or in life! And when one does have the guarantees, there are always the unknown collateral damage clauses.

Remember, there is only one guarantee in life, and it has been tried & tested with the same results- IF THE WIFE ISN'T HAPPY, NOBODY IS HAPPY!!!!!!!

Well, disagree a little here... I think there are 2 guarantees in this life... no one gets out alive...

On another note... I finally got some sort of time frame my dear sweet hubby is looking at for retirement... he finally uttered 2-3 years! Full timing is not nor has ever been in my mind or plans, (that is unless God forbid, he kicks off before I do, then I might consider doing it sort of like Barb, but with places of my own in the temperate climes so I can garden when I'm there should I chose to do that, can't see me not playing in the dirt though...) but I sure want to take the time to show Bob the wonders of the US that my parents showed us as we were growing up. He never got to see them, he has seen Niagara falls on a work trip and we took the kids to Mt. Rushmore and the St. Louis Arch... but for him, that's about all he has seen... so much out there to see! I would like to see Canada too.
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