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Supporting Member of Barthmobile.com 10/17
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After 4 years of hard work, Barb has finally gotten her book published. It tells about the adventure of getting our coach and the churches we visited in our travels.

It has extra stories that will make you laugh and perhaps shed a few tears and she tells about related events.

Seven of the churches are from our 7,500 mile trip out west in 2013, and tells about the interesting things we went through to get to some of them.

We'll have a copy at the Good Sam GTG in Allegan next month.

Send me a PM if you have any questions.

Lou
 
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Lou...Barb,

A hearty Congratulations!!!!
I wish we were able to attend the GTG so we could see the book, discuss the travels, and meet the rest of the gang....

Again, Congrats!!!
 
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Where can this book be purchased?


Mary

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Mary,

I'll send you a PM as to how to buy one. Having a desire not to use our website to sell books, I'd rather keep that part of it separate.

Lou
 
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Good call - I'd prefer to keep my Moderator's Cannon in its holster. Thus, I lock this thread, so as to prevent someone going too far.

Anyone interested in buying Barb's book, PM Lou.


Rusty


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