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Old 05-17-2013, 02:30 PM   #1
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Left the Kohl in Oregon

Well we left big John in Coos Bay yesterday. Gonna miss the old dude. We have spent the better part of the last 6 weeks with him. We spent the night with Sheepdog and his wife last night in Ridgefield Washington and had a great time. Again today the Garmin got me lost trying to find the darn CG here in Richland. At least the piece of junk got us through the Columbia Gorge which is beautiful. At least the first 3/4ths of it is. the last quarter of the drive to I-82 was mind numbing like most long desert hauls. We were trying for Connell, Washington but the last 60 miles would have us both asleep in a ditch.. We should hit my buddy's house in Post Falls ID tomorrow after noon. We will spend a couple of days there then east bound on I-90 for home eventually...
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Glad you "threw him back" so someone else can enjoy/benefit from his vast knowledge!
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I second that WeBeFulltime!! (Notice I did not resort to an X2, dangit, there I did)! Nice to have John back in the visitor's pool!!


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Old 05-17-2013, 04:37 PM   #4
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I feel your pain Exnavydiver there are parts of Eastern Washington that are beautiful but sometimes it takes a whole lotta BORING driving to get to them ,it is weird how Western and Eastern WA are SOOOOO different but I guess that is what makes this State cool there is something for everybody Desert,Mountians or Ocean
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