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Old 07-01-2010, 11:40 PM   #11
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na it's our 44 wedding anniversary to-morrow the 2nd, so I better be good.
Whoa! No kiddin'? 44 years... Awesome, and congrats! Ummm, on the new truck too!
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Old 07-02-2010, 06:30 PM   #12
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A bit late here but let me add my congratulations on the new truck and of course congratulations on your 44th wedding anniversary. We'll have our 44th in September; doesn't seem like 44 years, guess it's all in choosing the right gal.
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Whatay kiddin me right now???? Congrats to Pete and wife. Wow.. 44 years! (sorry didn't realize it) Don and I will be at 44 in 12 more years!
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Old 07-03-2010, 08:25 AM   #14
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A bit late here but let me add my congratulations on the new truck and of course congratulations on your 44th wedding anniversary. We'll have our 44th in September; doesn't seem like 44 years, guess it's all in choosing the right gal.
Thanks for that, maybe it's the Virginia air that stayed with me as I lived in Colonial Heights in the 50's when my Dad who was in the Cdn Forces, was on course at Ft. Lee. Congrats on your upcoming 44th.
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thanks everyone, i took my better half for a ride this afternoon and she didn't say much except it was easier to get into than my old 07 ram, so i guess she likes it.

If those kittens were tortoise shell, i might consider it but may have to wait for our old girl as she does not take to new cats. I meant the cat not the wife..... Well on second thought..... Na it's our 44 wedding anniversary to-morrow the 2nd, so i better be good.
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Hi Albertaguy , can you tell me what kind of mpgs your were getting with your old truck and what are you getting with the new one , oh could you do the conversion to gallons that way I dont have to think too hard today , thanks
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Hi Albertaguy , can you tell me what kind of mpgs your were getting with your old truck and what are you getting with the new one , oh could you do the conversion to gallons that way I dont have to think too hard today , thanks
I never did figure out what my MPG's were( I have a difficult time counting to 1 without using all my fingers and toes). I do know that my mileage appeared to be better on the old truck after about 40,000 Kms. The new truck has no miles or Km's on it yet so can't help there either.
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