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Old 01-18-2017, 09:40 AM   #43
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Sligo and Mayo is really nice. I am from County Cork.

They would let you have a shotgun alright :-)

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Sligo and Mayo is really nice. I am from County Cork.

They would let you have a shotgun alright :-)

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You are an adventure, She keeps after me to take a trip over to the old country. If (when) we go I would like to spend at least a month to see the whole country.
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You could see the whole country in a month. We have been away for 9 years now and miss it a lot, we really like it in the US so I am happy :-)

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You could see the whole country in a month. We have been away for 9 years now and miss it a lot, we really like it in the US so I am happy :-) [/URL]


PS mine will not get behind the wheel of the 26 footer, nope, not even in the driveway. On the back roads she thinks we are going to hit every mail box along the side of the road. So she followed me one day and tells me that I was a lot farther from the mail boxes then it looks from the passenger seat.
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Old 01-18-2017, 11:25 AM   #47
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My wife always tells me I am too close to the side of the road or rather white line, I can see for my mirrors I am fine. My wife does not even like driving my Toyota 4 runner :-)

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Old 01-18-2017, 11:35 AM   #48
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Only gas Type A I've had was 35' and it had a tag and 460. Don't remember it handling all that badly but we traded it in in 2000 for a 38' DP so it's been a while.
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A Tag on a 35foot class A must have been great to drive.

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