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Old 08-14-2006, 03:38 AM   #15
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Wow, Lenny, Chrissy and boys, glad you guys are okay. This is not the kind of adventure you want to have. Sounds like one that could be added to the Nor'Easters version of the movie RV.
This is such a cool trip you are taking. We are living vicariously as well through your adventures.

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Old 08-18-2006, 04:52 PM   #16
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Well, they adventure continued. On our way home, we were going through Iowa, when I heard a pop and thought a turbo hose blew. This time it was the intercooler. I was lucky I had the gps, and located the nearest for 15 miles away. The service manager said they were closing but he would wait for us to arrive. He confirmed it was the intercooler, and made arrangements for our truler to be towed by the owners son. We spent a nice day in the county park which was beautiful. The part arrived Thursday morning and we were on the road again that afternoon. We arrived home 330 today, a little sore but happy to be home.

All in All a trip my kids and family will never forget. The memories will be there forever, and believe it or not my wife still loves me, and I still have two kids! Boy its good to be home..even better with the Yankees beating the sox!

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Old 08-19-2006, 04:51 AM   #17
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I was feeling bad for your breakdowns until the Red Sox dig .Glad your safe and home.It started raing here at AI and stupid me didnt bring the top to the jeep.Doris bailed us out and giving us a ride to boat ride.See ya soon.


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