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Old 11-12-2014, 01:47 PM   #11
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Installed Richard and Linda's poles today and they will be heading down to BombDoc's territory tomorrow. They will be camping in Yemassee for a few days while they tour Charleston and Savannah.
They'll definetly enjoy Savannah...awesome city for the arts and history...besides music & adult beverages ,)
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Old 11-12-2014, 03:53 PM   #12
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Met old coot and his lovely wife, really enjoyed their hospitality. Have a new custom made set of awning poles now. Many thanks! Linda was able to her sewing machine working. Hope to be able to meet up February for the Outlaw Sprints season start. Now to continue our trip.
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Old 11-12-2014, 04:07 PM   #13
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Met old coot and his lovely wife, really enjoyed their hospitality. Have a new custom made set of awning poles now. Many thanks! Linda was able to her sewing machine working. Hope to be able to meet up February for the Outlaw Sprints season start. Now to continue our trip.

Pleasure was all ours. Enjoy Charleston/Savannah and hopefully will see you in Barberville for the opening of the WoO sprintcar series.
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Old 11-13-2014, 07:03 PM   #14
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Staying at KOA in Yemasse, SC for a few days. We are enjoying a nice evening under the awning and using our new awning poles. They work great. Getting the hang of being a one legged camper. I can even get my coffee cup outside without spilling it. So far, even though I've tried, I haven't fallen. Scared Linda a couple of times. Looking forward to seeing my brother-in-law in Florida. He said we would go fishing, as long as it's not for sharks and I'm the bait. Losing my other leg is something I don't think I could stand for.
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