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Old 08-14-2019, 08:09 PM   #21
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A New Life!

Iíll make this short.
Husband and I RVíd for 38 years.
Husband died.
I no longer have a home. I have a house which has become my staging area for my next adventure!
Iím missing my honey, but am still enjoying the good life.
Iíve put over 55k miles on my new tow vehicle in the two years since I went solo.
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Old 08-14-2019, 08:15 PM   #22
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Iíll make this short.
Husband and I RVíd for 38 years.
Husband died.
I no longer have a home. I have a house which has become my staging area for my next adventure!
Iím missing my honey, but am still enjoying the good life.
Iíve put over 55k miles on my new tow vehicle in the two years since I went solo.
Love this! Proud you have the drive and courage to carry on.
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Old 08-14-2019, 08:48 PM   #23
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When we camped, a tent, it was a cheap way to travel. The Airstream is private hotel accommodation. We travel to Fly Fish, and build with Habitat for Humanity.
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Old 08-14-2019, 09:21 PM   #24
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I’ll make this short.
Husband and I RV’d for 38 years.
Husband died.
I no longer have a home. I have a house which has become my staging area for my next adventure!
I’m missing my honey, but am still enjoying the good life.
I’ve put over 55k miles on my new tow vehicle in the two years since I went solo.
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Love this! Proud you have the drive and courage to carry on.

Definitely heart-breaking, but mostly inspiring. You didn't let the loss of love take your love of life.

55,000 miles in two years? The places you must have seen!
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