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Old 11-22-2018, 07:39 PM   #113
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Nice looking renovation. You've worked hard on your trailer. Lots of great interior design ideas in your 69 Trade Wind. It is a very open layout. And now you are in Texas for the winter months. Good idea. My wife's folks used to travel in their Airstream from Minnesota to the Texas Airstream Harbor on Sam Rayburn Lake for some of the winter months. They enjoyed their stays there.

And congratulations on your wedding. Wishing you both all the best.

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Old 11-22-2018, 08:29 PM   #114
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You certainly have a very unique Airstream. I really love it when folks design and build an Airstream their way. Very nice work!

Congratulations on your wedding.

Texas is a great place to spend the winter, especially in an Airstream. Will you be traveling around or in one location?

Our son lives in Fort Worth.

Safe travels, Dan
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Old 11-23-2018, 11:51 AM   #115
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Congrats on everything! Trailer looks good, wedding looks fun! Enjoy Texas, we'll join you there in a few more years.....

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Congrats on everything! Trailer looks good, wedding looks fun! Enjoy Texas, we'll join you there in a few more years.....

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Thanks Kay! We'll have to stop by with the trailer when we make it back up to Minnesota
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