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Feb 19, 2020 - flying

Just a few pics of my former airplane.No longer actively flying. Had 1100hrs of PIC time and had IFR rating. Do miss flying,however I am glad that I was able to afford the costs when I was a younger man.I flew my plane to many different places during the ten yrs I owned it,including Osh Kosh,Wisc.,Florida,Nantucket,Block Island,Jackson Wy.,Prince Edward Island Canada.

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May 21, 2016 - And We're Still Here

We have slowed our motorhome use but still get out in it every spring and winter. We presently are in Isle LaMotte Vt. at Sunset Rock campground for the summer in our park model home.Busy building deck and raised garden beds..hope to be done in a few weeks so that I can get out on Lake Champlain for some trout fishing.

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May 30, 2015 - We're still Here

We're still here ! Not much into blogging anymore but for the few remaining followers that we have, I thought I should update you on our life. We have sadly sold our Prince Edward Island home and our Webster, Ma. home. However we have purchased a modular home here in Satsuma, Florida along the St. Johns river complete with swimming pool and boat dock. Also, we still go camping and are about to start a trip to Utah, Montana, then east to visit friends and family for the summer. We now travel in a 34' Monaco Knight diesel pusher and look...

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Feb 5, 2012 - Satsuma Florida 30 miles from St. Augustine FL.

We have been at our destination spot, Satsuma Florida, since this past Friday afternoon. The date...just blends into one long day it seems like. It was actually Feb 3rd. We arrived ahead of the time we told Chuck and Charlotte. That is amazing in and of itself as everything or everywhere we planned on being took way longer than we anticipated. Driving through West Texas was just plain boring! Flat, straight roads, dusty and dirty. The only exciting event was Larry asking me to get him some water out of the fridge. Now I have learned how to...

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