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Well got to Florida set out for a camping trip to Red Coconut R.V. in Fort Myers FL about a 3hr trip smelled something so I pulled over sure as I thought radiator let go added water left cap off loose had about 30 miles to go made it without overheating let two days go by before digging into it well 3 to 4 hrs later it's out capital radiator recored it and $1100.00 and a ton work back up and running Barth on campers we'll be leaving here after 6 weeks heading to east coast Florida
 
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Evan, sorry we missed you and Holly this year.
Hope we meet up again.



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Miss everyone this years gtg in Florida had a renovation on our house this year but I finished it so were back on the road again
 
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