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Old 04-14-2015, 03:08 PM   #1247
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Doing some scouting on the IRV2 website. Found this thread that may be of interest to those looking for a MH.

Interesting on eBay

Here was the latest listing shown on the thread. The listing had closed but according to how I read it there were no bids.

RARE Find 1996 Beaver Monterey Turbo Diesel Pusher Carfax Certified No Reserve | eBay
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bap, glad that someone that cares and will get good use from the Holiday bought it. Makes having to sell it a lot more palatable.


MT, Glad that you got the pump in and the tank all buttoned back up.


Curtis, Sounds like you had a wonderful trip, I too like the history of the different areas. Going to Savannah, Ga. and Charleston, S.C. to enjoy some of the local history and sites, of course try the local cuisine while we are there.


Gordon, Glad that you got the yard cleaned up.


Rail, It sounds like you are having a great time traveling around this great country.


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gooodmorning everyone but since its 12:05 i will say goodnight and talk at ya after i have a 6-8 hr nap....lol


rain left us a muddy mess,,,i will play in it latter today with the mud machine....lol
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Good Morning Friends,


Wow, when I left w--k yesterday it was 68. Beautiful! Love this warmer weather! Good coffee this am and good to be able to communicate with all of you early. Been up since 4am even though it is a day off but got to watch the sunrise and that is always a pleasure to me. Love sunrises and sunsets. I think they are best on the water, but I will take any I can get.


Also love walking in the woods which I don't get to do very often. When we went to the North Rim we walked all over. Saw some of the areas that had burnt out and of course the canyon. What can I say, it was (Grand) !


Yellowstone was another great place to walk and enjoy some of God's creations. The trees, geysers, mountains, animals, and even the variety of people. We are an amazing mix.


One of our first trips wants to be the Redwood Forest and the big trees. So many places we plan to go to. Just want to walk around and enjoy the view. Relax and take the time to enjoy each other. You know when you are w--king you tend to get caught up in the busy and forget to take time for each other. Don't know how you prevent hat, it just is.


Well, I hope you all have a wonderful day! I am having lunch with my niece Sammy from Louisiana today. She is here visiting her Grandma for 7 weeks and I get to have some fun with her too.


I wish you love, peace, hugs, and healing. Oh, and also success on your next project because so many of you are doing great at that. Talk with you later! Lynne
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Good Morning gang,
I agree with the sunrises and sunsets Lynne, and they are even better when you share them with loved ones and friends. Haven't decided on what project this morning, have to be done by noon, to clean up . Going with friends to see the new owners other park that is about an hour and a quarter away, then visit a brewery up that way, of course then stop for dinner on the way home. Don't know when I ever had time to go to W**k.
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goodmorning everyone,,,coffee is great this cloudy 52deg. morning,,,,


i pray all have a safe and grand day,,
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Good Morning all.

Lovely day outside. Cool but pretty.

Coffee is good.

Finally got some work done on the house. Feels great to be somewhat back to normal.

Going to be a busy day. See ya's....................
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Morning,
Really, friends you say.
Too selective.
C-YA,
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Morning all;
Today is tax day. Yuck. Git er done.

Other than that the sun is shining, coffee is great, Janet is getting around better every day.

In spite of getting the yard cleaned up in anticipation of some rain, it did not happen. Clear and dry. However the yard is greening up nicely.
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For the average person Tax Freedom Day 2015 is on April 24. Nearly 1/3 of your life force to pay taxes.
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Went to Mt. Rushmore today, left and took the 16w to Custer S. P. Ohhhhhhhh, 1 tunnel was 12' 2" tall. And the MH is 12'!! Antenna was scraping the top, and about 1" on each side of the mirrors!! And it was dark too!! Got to the campground and I am wore out! Cold, windy, rainy!! The 10 mi. trip took 2+ hours! But now warm, dry, and ready for bed!
Everyone have a great night! Rail!
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rail, that is a tight squeeeeze,,,,im sure u were white knuckeled during that one,,,
that will surly make ya sleep well...
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just walked outside was thinking about going for a hike and hunting some morels but as soon as i steped out it started raining again,,,,it has rained all week....
so another cup of coffee is in hand,,,lol
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Rail - do not take the Needles Highway if you are up in the Deadwood area!

Tilled the garden today. Can planting be far behind.

Just got a note that one of the ski areas (Snow Bird) got 42" of snow in 48 hours. My spidey ski senses are tingling!
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