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To our surprise at 11:30 Pacific time we spotted a Burgandy and Silver Barth headed West at Winnemucca, Nv. on I-80 He was probably more surprised at seeing 2 Barths headed East. We hope He responds to this,it was a beauty.
I think they have a convoy.
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Mirages are common in the high desert...
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Yeah, did you guys make eye and hand gesture contact?
What was his striping like?
Unfortunately not Bill, Was a rather large medium. WE think it was Burgundy top with a silver or grey bottom. Was really nice looking, of course, it was a Barth. The stripping was like ours, but some confusing talk about the stripe color. I guess it could be the altitude or the wine, vodka, beer or for that matter all kinds of other things. Tom and Nancy still on the move.
There is a 1974 Newell for sale locally that has the exact same stripe pattern as the Barth. It looks just like our Barths too.
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