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I leaving tomorrow in my '92 breakaway on it's first long trip (over 150 miles ) since I bought it 1 1/2 years ago... Heading to st augustine ( trade winds and the fort) and Down to Daytona beach ( frog goes and booth ill )and then cocoa beach ( tiny's tavern) and ending in Sebastian ...(earl's hideaway) ... Spreading my brothers Ashes at all the bars we used to go to... And a couple beaches... We had been to Disney world 63 times together through the years... Huey was a good egg... Hope every thing goes well ... I will post more( especially if I break down )...peace and diesel fumes...

Why is this box asking for my question after I pushed " remove question ?

I don't know what I'm doing..
It's a plot to get me...

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63 times to Disney world! confusion

Never been there, maybe one of these days. Hopefully your coach will be ready, have a smooth trip!

I suspect when you hit "start a new topic" you may have slid down to "poll" (Doesn't really matter but you could delete the whole post and start the topic again)

Enjoy your ride, keep us posted!

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Sounds like a fun, meaningful trip.

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