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  1. "At the rv park"

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  2. Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

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  3. Another Texas Co-op?

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  4. Asheville NC Area

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  5. Avon Park, FL.

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  6. Big Bend

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  7. Big Bend Area of Texas?

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