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Old 09-06-2017, 07:06 AM   #71
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I will definitely stop by! Family will have to wait an extra day until I get there I figure on taking a few days for the trip down, driving no more than 6hrs each day...what's one more day to meet friends

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Old 09-13-2017, 09:43 PM   #72
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Thanks to Irma, we're slated to have a MASSIVE fire for saturday night!
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Old 09-14-2017, 03:07 AM   #73
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Well dang the fire is on a night I can't be there most likely. Irma screwed me up moving out of my apartment.. so it may just be Friday for me
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Old 09-14-2017, 03:59 AM   #74
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Thanks to Irma, we're slated to have a MASSIVE fire for saturday night!


Thank you Irma! I arrived back in the country yesterday afternoon, had to stay in Chicago due to West Palm airport not quite 100%, but finally get home this afternoon! 15 days to go until our get together!!
Oh, and the power came on at the property I'm staying in lasts last night! YAY!!!
See y'all soon!
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P.S. c'mon Christopher figure out how to stay on Saturday!!


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Old 09-14-2017, 06:25 AM   #75
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Well dang the fire is on a night I can't be there most likely. Irma screwed me up moving out of my apartment.. so it may just be Friday for me
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We still have a HUGE amount of trees to burn fri.
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Old 09-14-2017, 06:55 AM   #76
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good deal.. we will see how it all shakes out.. big issue was i was scheduled to be in florida end of last week but bolted due to Irma.. tried to change my movers that were to laod my bus and they are all telling me to pound sand now because my job isnt "big enough" (thats my guess.. they wont say it).. {I had a labor-only company that was going to move several pieces of larger furniture into my skoolie}..

so im scrambling a bit.. I need 2 trips down and back to get everything.. since the apartments office are closed on sunday that leaves saturday the 29th for me to finish up getting my stuff.. depending on how it shakes out I may be able to make sat evening but my bus may be packed full of stuff.. will see how this first trip next week shapes up..

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Old 09-14-2017, 07:23 AM   #77
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tried to change my movers that were to laod my bus and they are all telling me to pound sand now

so im scrambling a bit.. I need 2 trips down and back to get everything..

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There might just be enough people in FL you don't need movers.
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Old 09-16-2017, 07:40 AM   #78
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T-13 days and counting... it does not look like I'm going to get the painting done on the outside or the body work... the guy that was suppose to do it (the rust work) while I was in Mozambique did not show up.

So, I'm going to buy a 5 gallon bucket of white paint and some rollers and have anyone that wants to help, go to town on it during our weekend get together. Just to get it from being school bus yellow... I'll have to worry about getting the rusty body work stuff taken care of later. I am actually going for 6 weeks and then coming back for the holidays and then taking off again, so maybe it'll get done in that time. Meanwhile, I don't want to drive around in a yellow submarine, LOL

Let's do a roll call.... who all is coming for at least one or more days that weekend? ME!!!

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Me!

What kind of paint?
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Whatever you guys tell me to get
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