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Old 10-03-2011, 03:07 PM   #11
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We are leaving the 26 of Dec. maybe the 15th if the Boss say'z OK. Going to Aranasa Pass Texas.
Well I can't complain as we are out now for a short trip south. Started with the Gypsy Journal Rally for a week. Then down to Knoxvile Tn. at the Escappes park then on to Mount Ary Nc (any of Mayberry town). Savanna Ga then Florida with three stops and on to Fort Rucker Al. Then on home with a stop at the Quilting Museum in Ky. Wait a stop at 17 st Bar and Grill in Marion Il for Ribs then Home in Nov. some time.
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Old 10-04-2011, 06:21 AM   #12
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Right after the holidays.
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Old 10-04-2011, 07:33 AM   #13
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2 weeks today... then gone for the winter....
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We have been here for two weeks now. The hot weather is over and it has been raining today. Seann, blow your horn if you pass through Parker.
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Hope to have the air horns working by then so will scare the begeebees out of you if I do
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Hope to have the air horns working by then so will scare the begeebees out of you if I do
We had a diesel pusher that had air horns that I never used. I think I tried it once just to see if it worked.
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We had a diesel pusher that had air horns that I never used. I think I tried it once just to see if it worked.
Mine are on a 3/4 ton Chevy...great for scaring deer off the road and waking up texting drivers.
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