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Left this AM heading East on I80. Weather has been good traffic has been heavy but OK. Will layover in Winnemucca tonight. I expect to be near Denver tomorrow night.

DustyJeeper Larry will you be around?

I will be near Lincoln NB Friday and Saturday, then up to the Minnesnowta GTG event.

More later


Ed
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You are a true road warrior. Superman How is Jane's back doing? Hope she's able to make some of these trips with you.

Jim


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Ed, have a great trip, I know how you enjoy the road, drive safe and enjoy the sites!!! See you at Goshen!!!


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At Rock Springs WY, 1025 miles so far for this trip.
Denver aera tomorrow

Things going well so far


Ed
94 30' Breakaway #3864
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230 Cummins, Allison 6 speed
Spartan chassis
K9DVC
 
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Take care Ed, see you soon.

Nice day today, worked on the coach. Fill up and test drive tomorrow.

Leaving Friday morning on the first leg of the Minnesnowta run. Stopping in the UP for the weekend to visit my dad and launch his old 1927 boat for our 54th time...

We will be in MN on Tuesday afternoon. We are really looking forward to seeing folks again.

Have Barth, will travel, soon! Tooling Along


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All you lucky folks headed to Minnesnowta, I am sure it will be a good time. I want a Margarita and a pulled pork sandwich, I am a bit jealous for sure! What I get is the water from all the rain up there, The Mississippi river is going back to major flood (Thanks Dana). I have yet to get a bass in the boat or even launch it, most wet spring ever, plus all the winter snow melt and the Gnats are ferocious!


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All the more reason to come. Got the guitars ready to go. Kazy and I will short one this year. Last Friday we lost our boy Rehbien. He had been with us for 9 and a half years. He was the only reason we bought the Barth. He knew it and he loved the Barth. It was his. Rehbien's back legs had been getting weaker and last Thursday night they gave out completely. I managed to get him in the garage(the heated area) and he waited for me to get my sleeping bag and we spent his last night together. We will miss him and the Barth will sure feel empty without him. He left us weighing 130 lbs. I think 90lbs was heart. I must go, have to wipe more tears away.
Kenny
 
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I must go, have to wipe more tears away.Kenny


O Kenny I am so sorry to hear of your loss, he was such a good boy, I only met him last year, but I fell in love with him. Kenny he will be waiting for you, many years from now. Now I have tears,, God bless you!


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So sorry, Kenny. The mental picture I have of you and Rehbien in the sleeping bag, is a sweet farewell. He'll be waiting for you in Heaven

Jim


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Kenny I am so sorry to hear this. He was an exceptional dog. Having lost my 18 yr old coach cat about this time a year ago I know the feeling too well. Frowner

We got a rescue cat and he is becoming a good coach traveler. You will meet Charley soon.

We are leaving tomorrow, loose ends today!

Have Barth, will travel Tooling Along


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Kenny and Kazy, our hearts go out to you, so sorry to hear you lost your best friend. I always liked to hear the story how he got his name. At first I understood it as "très bien" (french for very good) which he was. RIP

Wish we could make the GTG, but we got too much going on ... could use some RnR with good friends. Roasting in 100 F Georgia heat, no rain. Grass is toast, no mowing for 3 weeks


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On the way just past Cheyenne Wyoming another chapter with my Breakaway.



Of these 300,000 miles 225,000 +/- are driven by me!

How much more could one enjoy the journeys and memories?


Ed
94 30' Breakaway #3864
30-BS-6B side entry
230 Cummins, Allison 6 speed
Spartan chassis
K9DVC
 
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AWESOME Superman


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Kenny and Kazy,

So sorry about Rehbien. He was a good boy and great friend and such a big part of your lives.

Wally
 
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Ed and Jane,

Wow! 300,000 miles to date with 225,000 miles of your life adventures and memories with more to come.

In the grand scheme of things that's amazing and wonderful.

Thanks, Tooling Along
Wally
 
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