Reluctantly I had to move back to the Westside of WA. State due
to the down turn in my money and also had to sell my 02 Itasca MH.
Thru the VA I was able to buy a home (paid off when I'm 102)
55 and over, gated 7 yr. old community, and they do the yard work. Everybody there is getting old like me and it's very serene.
So I guess not everything went to heck, anyway not yet. The
house has a large garage for my mistress (84 Thunderbird)
and I'm only 20 min. away from my daughters.
The medical here for seniors sucks and I miss my MH. I also
will miss the friendly advice I've gotten over the years on
my MH. Many times when I see one like mine, tears almost
come to my eyes. My wife thinks I loved the Itasca and
Thunderbird more than her...well...
THANKS a million for everything and may God keep you and your RV safe.
Fred Rubio, a friend of Bill W. 35 years of sobriety
It can be done.
PS: you might of heard me tell the story 5 yrs. ago when I was
draining the black water for the first time. The hose came off and most of it hit me in the face and chest. That was my first RV baptism.