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pawatt

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Posted: 10/15/20 01:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So Sorry for your loss. I believe we met you both at a rv.net get together in the Rio Grande Valley.

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Posted: 10/15/20 02:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I am so very sorry to hear of Terry's passing.
He was a valued member here and we'll miss him very much.

Scott

* This post was edited 10/15/20 03:00pm by ScottG *


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Posted: 10/15/20 04:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So sorry to read of your husband's passing. Always enjoyed his posts. Glad you are considering to keep on with the RV lifestyle. May God Bless you.

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Always enjoyed reading his post. My condolences to you and your family.


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Posted: 10/17/20 05:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

pawatt wrote:

So Sorry for your loss. I believe we met you both at a rv.net get together in the Rio Grande Valley.


Yes, several times, Pawatt. Always a pleasure.

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Prayers for you and your family.


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ron.dittmer wrote:

One day after life has settled down and you are ready to buy that B+ for yourself, a popular rig for single senior woman are Phoenix Cruisers, especially the shorter models. They are easier to drive than most others because of their scaled-down dimensions along with their aerodynamics. They are one of the smallest B+ rigs available today, models vary in length alone. The quality is decent as well. As we did with our PC SEEN HERE, you can special order any PC without slide-outs to reduce complexity, maintenance, weight, and expense. In our case, it also provided enough room to get the dinette SEEN HERE which was very important to us.


On my trip to the Black Hills and Nebraska to see the Eclipse in 2017 I spent the night at a casino in Council Bluffs Iowa and a older lady in a Roadtrek long wheel base high top Sprinter parked next to me. She was having trouble connecting the power cord as a pin on the vehicle had been bent. Straighten the pin and all was good. Turns out her husband had passed away and they had a huge diesel pusher and she wanted no part of it, so she sold it and bought the Roadtrek to travel in. She was on her way to visit relatives when I saw her.

Life goes on and its good to see people carrying on with things they enjoy doing (traveling).

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Charles in GA

On my way back to Florida a week or so ago, at my first stop, I neglected to pull my power cord. Drove almost out of the park when I realized it so I returned to my site. Box was fine, but as I put my cord away, I saw I had bent the prongs. I got out some tools, but was unable to bend them back.

So I moved on and when I arrived at my site for the next night, I asked the site escort to wait just a minute. I told him I had had a mishap the night before and needed some help with my plug. I handed it to him along with the tools. He was extremely gracious and it took him no time to straighten the prongs and plug it in. Forever grateful to him.

I taped a note to my door that night to make sure I pulled the plug. LOL

Things are certainly different without the love of my life with me. We were married for 49 years. But I am doing okay, working at getting the motorhome emptied so I can put her up for sale. Everyone sales used DP's in good condition are hot items right now. I certainly hope so.

Dale

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Dale,

I wish you great success with the sale of your big diesel pusher.

I hope you are holding up well. I have been married to the love of my life. We married at a young age 43 years ago. For me, it would be extremely hard to carry on.


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Posted: 10/30/20 08:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Please pace yourself and don't be too hasty.
It would be easy to get taken advantage of while dealing with your grief.
Get advice from others that you trust, so often we hear stories of widows being swindled.
I lost a girlfriend to cancer in 1992 and later realized I was in a fog for over a year after.
Just something to think about, Wish you well.

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