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Old 06-16-2013, 03:36 PM   #21
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Here we are pulled over for lunch along highway 2. My wife and I both went to high school on the 'High Line' so it was nice to be back in that country.

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Old 06-16-2013, 06:26 PM   #22
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Awesome bus! I really dig it.
The wife and I have the very same model from 1992. Such a cool bus.

Keep up the pictures
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Old 06-16-2013, 06:59 PM   #23
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the bus looks good,but take that bloody nose off it the brown and tan looks good
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Old 06-19-2013, 11:42 PM   #24
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My I ask where you are from?

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Old 06-21-2013, 10:32 PM   #25
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@Syke Thanks, and yes our buses are cousins, I like what you have done with yours.

@Keith, Originally I wanted another color for the grill, mirrors, and top and bottom rub rails. I would rather have had a marroon but Rustoleum did not have one that was always stocked at HD so I thought I would give the red a try on the grill. I did not have time to mask for another color nor was I sure that the red was going to be something I wanted that much of so it ended up just the grill. When I went to take it off and shoot it another color I was informed that it was staying as is so it is.

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Old 06-21-2013, 10:42 PM   #26
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Here we are at the KOA in St. Mary we just pulled in and true to its name Glacier National Park was getting pounded with snow even though it was the last week of June. For some reason the slip they gave us was backing up hill and a tight access across wet grass. My wife flagged me in and over all I was really impressed with how the bus handled, I never broke traction and did not smash any trees, Kabins, or KYBOs. The KOA did have a rental vehicle and the next day we went up Going to Sun Road as far as we could before the snow had it shut, it was a great visit it had been many years for me and my wife had never been.

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Here we are at the KOA in St. Mary we just pulled in and true to its name Glacier National Park was getting pounded with snow even though it was the last week of June. For some reason the slip they gave us was backing up hill and a tight access across wet grass. My wife flagged me in and over all I was really impressed with how the bus handled, I never broke traction and did not smash any trees, Kabins, or KYBOs. The KOA did have a rental vehicle and the next day we went up Going to Sun Road as far as we could before the snow had it shut, it was a great visit it had been many years for me and my wife had never been.

That is a great pic. Love the mountainous background. It looks so peaceful
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