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OK. This is the easiest way to get back into my time on the forums. Still can't stretch my right arm over my shoulder or stretch it out over the keypad for that long--yet!! Lets just say it's been a very l-o-n-g 2 years.

Will update you all as I can but for now Dutch & I would like to wish everyone a

Happy Memorial Day & safe travels if you are on the road this weekend. We're spending the long weekend at Lake Minden, Red Bluff & Mt. Shasta, California. Where will you be?? Hugs, Di

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Hi Di, I'm glad to see you are making progress though, even if it isn't as fast as you would like...


My bride of 51 years and 51 weeks and I are spending the weekend on a very private corporate woodlot in the Adirondacks. We have one of only three remaining lifetime camping permits that were issued only until 1966, and we've boondocked here at least for a couple of weekends every year since our wedding. Our two daughters will be joining us tomorrow, setting up their tent in the same clearing we're parked in. Good times!


Hang in there! It will get better!


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Glad your back. Dutch needs to get you a mike so you don't have to type

Ron & Linda

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"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are" Theodore Roosevelt

"We can't control the wind, but we can adjust our sail"

"When man gave up his freedom to roam the earth, he gave up his soul for a conditioned ego that is bound by time and the fear of losing its attachments."

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