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Thanksgiving Thanks To the Forum ContributorsYour help is appreciated!
Posted 18 November 2012 - 12:48 AM
Brett, Tom, ****, Herman, DesertDeals, Wayne, Frank, Richard, Bill and so many others .... Thank you for your time, patience, and advice. It is no small effort, and we all appreciate it.
My family is hitting the road for the holiday, and it's nice to have you all "along". Happy Thanksgiving to you all, wherever you are for the holiday.
Tim and Beth
40' Monaco Dynasty
Orange County, California
Posted 18 November 2012 - 06:31 PM
Seasons greetings to all.
Posted 18 November 2012 - 08:47 PM
Have a great holiday season and always remember that it's about giving thanks and the birth of Christ and not about the all might dollar and Target or Wal-Mart. Hug everyone you know and help everyone you can.
Best wishes to you, Tim and Beth (and everyone else).
Posted 19 November 2012 - 08:13 PM
As this Holiday Season nears at both Thanksgiving and Christmas, let us all stop and give our thanks and prayers to all of our Service Men and Women that are insuring that we can have our seasons.
Happy Thankgiving and a Merry Christmas.
Herman and Bobbie
Herman & Bobbie Mullins
'02 Monaco Dynasty
40 ft 400 HP ISL
Chevrolet Silverado (M & G air brakes)
US Navy PR-3 1956 to 1964
Lone Star Chapter FMCA
Southcentral Lucky Rollers
Rally in The Pasture
Posted 20 November 2012 - 11:17 PM
With all the changes in the coaches each year there is never a shortage of challenges.
May you also have a Good Thanksgiving, safe travels and good health.
If our reply's are little slow over the next few days. We are likely eating to much, taking a nap or preoccupied with friends and family, but still peaking over your shoulder form time to time to see how all are doing.
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