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Kit Carson,
Once yore an rv’er you are always an rv’er. You have been a contributor here for many years and more years as an rv’er. You might have to hang up the rv keys but keep your keyboard keys at hand. You have more than earned your place here. You are welcome here forever.

I guess time2roll sums it up best.
I hope these posts offer you some strength.
Even though we have never met face to face we all have a common interest, to help and show support for one another .

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Plese do not hang up the key-board as has been suggested, your experiences and knowledge can and will help those starting this great adventure in travelling and exploring to be better informed through your answers and future contributions on these forums.

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Sorry to hear of the wife’s health issues.....Thoughts and Prayers for improved heath and comfort.

Ending this chapter in our lives, is something we all will face. The older we get, the faster the sand flows through the hour glass! Cherish the good times and memories. At least you made the memories....many folks never have the opportunity! memtb


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Thanks to everyone for the kind words and well wishes.


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My wife of 45 years died unexpectedly last year. Many of the flashbacks I have involve our 15 years of Motorhome trips. They are very comforting and pleasant.

I am so glad we did so much and did not wait till we retired, as so many do.

The good news is you still have your wife to share those memories with. I miss that everyday. You are a lucky couple to have done so much and still have each other to share with

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Prayers and good wishes for your wife and you.
My wife of 58 years passed last year. Spent 12 years traveling with our MH.. Sold MH in 2017 because of her heath and mine. I have mostly recovered. The great trips and friends we met during those years have left me with good memories and friends. I am still active in a several RV forums. Helps to fill in those times when memories are not enough.

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