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Old 10-16-2011, 05:16 PM   #575
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Have all...ok, ok...MOST of our stuff packed...Max is 1/2 way to Durango and waiting for us to hook him up to the moho...will drain the water lines and winterize tomorrow, then we're OFF!!! Looking forward to reuniting with everyone and meeting the new faces...will take about a week to get to Tucson, then a slow approach to Q...
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Old 10-16-2011, 05:27 PM   #576
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Drive safely, everyone, as you all move around for your winter digs. We regert that we never made it up tot he Rim this year. We might have but had a blowout that cut short a trip up that direction. See some of you at Richard's "do" and thest of you when we can.
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Old 10-16-2011, 06:10 PM   #577
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Drive safely, everyone, as you all move around for your winter digs. We regert that we never made it up tot he Rim this year. We might have but had a blowout that cut short a trip up that direction. See some of you at Richard's "do" and thest of you when we can.
Yah, what TB says. Wish we could get there to participate, but it isn't looking like it is in the cards this year. So far.........
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Old 10-16-2011, 07:22 PM   #578
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Wish we could get there to participate, but it isn't looking like it is in the cards this year. So far.........
Unacceptable Barry!! You just better find a way to get down here. I'm positive the winter weather here is better for you than that stuff you have up there.

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Old 10-16-2011, 10:47 PM   #579
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Unacceptable Barry!! You just better find a way to get down here. I'm positive the winter weather here is better for you than that stuff you have up there.

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I agree, Brad, the weather last year was phenomenal and I certainly felt one heck of a lot better there than here in the cold and wet, and I owe some folks visits that I did not get to do last year - but...............
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Old 10-16-2011, 11:37 PM   #580
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Just got back home from Mogollon campground where Jim and Min are hosts. We got up there for a great weekend in the pines, figured we would take advantage of the great weather. Saw Tony and Mike and Sheri, all are doing well. When the wind changes and blows off the road toward the rim it can be pretty dusty. Very nice weather, mid-70's all weekend with sunny days.

Jimmini are both doing well and look great. We all had a great dinner on Friday night with marshmallows over a fire to top it off. Kids kept talking about getting eaten by bears, I guess I better change their bedtime stories to something more friendly

Stopped at Pecos Park in Chandler on the way home for lunch and let the kids run around a bit. That is a great facility for folks in that area.
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Old 10-17-2011, 10:57 AM   #581
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I agree, Brad, the weather last year was phenomenal and I certainly felt one heck of a lot better there than here in the cold and wet, and I owe some folks visits that I did not get to do last year - but...............
Barry & Donna, you just need to remember that old adage - - "It is all Brad's fault!" It worked for the Tradewind, it will work for getting out of the cold, wet, gray weather and into sunny climes. 'sides which, I have a couple of fish and chips joints scoped out.
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Old 10-17-2011, 11:03 AM   #582
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Just got back home from Mogollon campground where Jim and Min are hosts. We got up there for a great weekend in the pines, figured we would take advantage of the great weather. Saw Tony and Mike and Sheri, all are doing well. When the wind changes and blows off the road toward the rim it can be pretty dusty. Very nice weather, mid-70's all weekend with sunny days.

Jimmini are both doing well and look great. We all had a great dinner on Friday night with marshmallows over a fire to top it off. Kids kept talking about getting eaten by bears, I guess I better change their bedtime stories to something more friendly

Stopped at Pecos Park in Chandler on the way home for lunch and let the kids run around a bit. That is a great facility for folks in that area.
Hey Eric,

We saw you on Pecos Rd Yesterday. We were trying to figure out who in the world would be driving a triple axle trailer down Pecos Rd. Now we know. I did not realize it was you since you were using your Suburban. I should have turned around and chased you down. You were right in our neighborhood. Pecos Park is about 1.5 miles from our house.

We hope you, Renee and the kids had a nice time on the Rim.
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Old 10-17-2011, 10:41 PM   #583
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You should have, we would have enjoyed seeing you guys to catch up a bit. Turns out towing a triple axle trailer in the Pecos Park parking lot is not for the faint of heart but we managed. I was reminding myself of the difference between diesel and gas tow vehicles, boy did I forget how much I *love* climbing mountains at 30mph with my hazards on for MILES and MILES.
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Hi Jimmini;

Good to see you back on the forums. We spent a week at Roosevelt Dam with Mike and Sherri last March. Had a great time. Guess we won't see you this winter in Q. Hope you can find a few days to pull the squarestream over for a visit.
Cold and wet here in Bancroft. We expect to be on the road heading south by Nov. 5th.
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Old 10-18-2011, 07:17 AM   #585
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Hi Jimmini;

Good to see you back on the forums. We spent a week at Roosevelt Dam with Mike and Sherri last March. Had a great time. Guess we won't see you this winter in Q. Hope you can find a few days to pull the squarestream over for a visit.
Cold and wet here in Bancroft. We expect to be on the road heading south by Nov. 5th.
Hi CK,

Jimmini is out of reach of an RF signal for internet. He may or may not be back on in a few weeks when the season is up, that is up to him. The rest of us have simply hijacked the thread. I posted here because that is who we visited and thought I would share that they are doing well.

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Old 10-18-2011, 09:54 AM   #586
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boy did I forget how much I *love* climbing mountains at 30mph with my hazards on for MILES and MILES.
Perspective...our climb without the toad yesterday was 10-20 mph...most of the folks behind us had NO sense of humor...but they WERE behind us
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Old 10-31-2011, 12:40 PM   #587
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OK I'm back. Sheri and I are in Cottonwood on BLM land just off of the 260 on Thousand trails rd. Its a 14 day free area and we are waiting for the big party this weekend. There are quite a few rigs here including a 34ftr with a slide. The owners are from Poland and have been full timeing for 10 years. Jimmie is in Ca. and I'm told he has a computer with him. He must be too busy for us everyday folks. Serg, I hope you feel better this morning, poor boy. Since we are out of the woods we are making solar like crazy. No more generator noise Jan.. See you all in a few days........Mike
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Old 10-31-2011, 12:54 PM   #588
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I'm in Bisbee for one more night, will head to Distant Drums tomorrow (Tuesday) for early check in. Going to spend a couple extra days there before y'all start arriving.
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