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Old 09-21-2016, 07:55 AM   #11
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Old 09-21-2016, 08:30 AM   #12
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Good hearted people like you was one of the biggest draws to RV living. Huge gestures like yours or simple common courtesies make this community amazing. Thanks for sharing and making our rolling neighborhood better!

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Old 09-21-2016, 04:24 PM   #13
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Many hospitals actually have hookups available for exactly these situations. Our trailer has logged time at our local children's hospital for the benefit of some friends which is how I figured that out.

If they stay extends past the month, it might be interesting to check if the hospital can accommodate the RV onsite. Just a thought -- what you have already done is amazing and I would like to think anyone would do the same.
Yes, that is very good advice. Unfortunately the park's closing date is expected to be on or around October 18th. The park is in northern michigan and cold weather will start setting in around then. Once it closes we will figure something out.
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Wonderful gesture and very selfless of you and the wife. I love to hear stories about people who go above and beyond to help someone in need. May God bless you and prayers for your friends speedy recovery
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Old 09-21-2016, 06:33 PM   #15
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Awesome! Now he can focus on family not worry about falling a sleep at the wheel, and become injured himself.

Hopefully he, freinds or the hospital can come up with a solution for extending his stay locally in the next few week.

Hoping your friend's wife a speedy recovery.
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In short, DW and I drove eight hours today, pulling our FW up north and leaving it for a friend. His wife is in ICU with an expected stay 6-8 weeks. Money it too tight for hotels so he has been driving 4 hours a day and wearing himself thin.
Which side of the bridge? 4 hours from Haslett puts you up near Traverse City I would think...

As soon as you said up north I had to see where you were at in the Mitten.
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Old 09-23-2016, 07:10 PM   #17
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Which side of the bridge? 4 hours from Haslett puts you up near Traverse City I would think...

As soon as you said up north I had to see where you were at in the Mitten.
Our friends home is in the EUP so they are over the bridge. We took the FW to Petosky. So you were pretty darn close on your guess.
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It's fantastic that you are able to help your friends out like that. I'm sure it means a lot to them.
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