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Old 08-23-2009, 12:05 AM   #1
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Hey southern MN people (and surrounding areas)

I now live in the great town of Mankato, Minnesota.
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Old 08-26-2009, 07:09 PM   #2
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Oh no time for me to move north. Really though you went an hour south west from me. So did your bus follow you there or is that still stored up north?
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Spencer Iowa here. I think your about a hour or so north. My wife likes to go shopping up there.
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Re: Hey southern MN people (and surrounding areas)

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Oh no time for me to move north. Really though you went an hour south west from me. So did your bus follow you there or is that still stored up north?
The bus is currently 272 miles north parked at my parents' house. They aren't planning on moving anytime soon so they appreciate the property tax devaluation from having all my toys and parts parked around there. At least that's what I tell myself. Realistically I think the bus could come down here with me, but I could only take so much in one trip. One of my neighbors has a skoolie in their yard...old Ford diesel like mine with a Carpenter body. I need to stop and talk to them and get them on the site.


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Spencer Iowa here. I think your about a hour or so north. My wife likes to go shopping up there.
I just recently found places a person actually could go shopping. I hate being the new guy in town.
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