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Old 09-30-2016, 10:42 AM   #59613
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Old 09-30-2016, 11:11 AM   #59614
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Old 09-30-2016, 12:43 PM   #59616
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Well... despite not liking to sit too long in one place... we just booked Oct, Nov, Dec in Sun City. 3 months for $850 plus electric. I found a guy who does dual pane window repair who will do it on site so we can get those cleaned up. Aside from that - my cousin is close in Peoria and our long time friends are there as well. So we can do thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years with them. If the weather cooperates it should work out well. So now where for the Jan - March??? I'm thinking Cocopah and possibly Casa Grande. More decisions...
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Birthday boy! Make like it's your day...oh yeah, it is! And it's one more step toward that rainbow too!

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Well... despite not liking to sit too long in one place... we just booked Oct, Nov, Dec in Sun City. 3 months for $850 plus electric. I found a guy who does dual pane window repair who will do it on site so we can get those cleaned up. Aside from that - my cousin is close in Peoria and our long time friends are there as well. So we can do thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years with them. If the weather cooperates it should work out well. So now where for the Jan - March??? I'm thinking Cocopah and possibly Casa Grande. More decisions...
We're still thinking Yuma, but further east early on. There's the big Gourd Festival at Casa Grande in Feb., but haven't decided about that yet. It seems to run concurrently w/the Gem & Mineral show in Tucson, too.
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We're still thinking Yuma, but further east early on. There's the big Gourd Festival at Casa Grande in Feb., but haven't decided about that yet. It seems to run concurrently w/the Gem & Mineral show in Tucson, too.
You're a gem but still outta your gourd so both are apropos for Martin to take you to.

Happy birthday Ed.

Too poor to get down that a way this winter but we will try for next.
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Well... despite not liking to sit too long in one place... we just booked Oct, Nov, Dec in Sun City. 3 months for $850 plus electric. I found a guy who does dual pane window repair who will do it on site so we can get those cleaned up. Aside from that - my cousin is close in Peoria and our long time friends are there as well. So we can do thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years with them. If the weather cooperates it should work out well. So now where for the Jan - March??? I'm thinking Cocopah and possibly Casa Grande. More decisions...
Steve - - Keep in mind that committing to one location for 3 months does not keep you from going for 3 or 4 days in whatever direction to see what is offered over the horizon. Pretend your MH is your sticks and bricks and you're going to desert it for a few days ever so often. Besides, your S & B can go with youse guys. The management can't complain unless your empty site looks like a dumpsite when you're away. LOL

Laughlin sounds like a compromise spot for you and the Crudes. Tucson sounds like a compromise for you and Sohapi, and lots of mutants call Arizona home in the winter. Ezzy Pezzy for numberous short visits.
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Steve - - Keep in mind that committing to one location for 3 months does not keep you from going for 3 or 4 days in whatever direction to see what is offered over the horizon. Pretend your MH is your sticks and bricks and you're going to desert it for a few days ever so often. Besides, your S & B can go with youse guys. The management can't complain unless your empty site looks like a dumpsite when you're away. LOL

Laughlin sounds like a compromise spot for you and the Crudes. Tucson sounds like a compromise for you and Sohapi, and lots of mutants call Arizona home in the winter. Ezzy Pezzy for numberous short visits.
Oh yeah! At $283 a month we can come and go as we please lol.

Dave and I were just talking about being able to drive the rainbow riders all over AZ on a tank of diesel.

The Crudes need to get their rainbow rider to LV first
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Congrats! Lots of RVM babies lately, but Harper will be a second generation RVM baby instead of a third Gen like most of the others. So am I counting correctly when I state that Harper will make his(?) appearance in mid to late March 2017?

You'll need to join us for the RVMoon GC in Oregon August 17-23 to see his first lunar eclipse. Not a lot of those happen in any 1 lifetime. Besides where else can a baby be spoiled by SO many grandparents in so little time.

We anxiously await the posting of the first sonogram pics.
Thats a great idea!!!

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Hey, Jay and Andrea!
A while back you had a post about things going well and that productivity was up.
Bravo!
But, youse know da rules: PoP or.... Oh wait....it's obvious that Harper happened.
Love the Panhandle BTW.
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It's been an amazing experience so far. Watching my wife rockstar this early pregnancy, truly wonderful.
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WOOT!! WOOT!! Congrats Andrea and Jay!!
Thank you thank you!!
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