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Monday, May 7, 2012

Rolling

On the road to South Dakota.  Overnighting in a Flying J in mid Pennsylvania tonight.  Really slooowww Internet connection.  :c(  

Glad to have satellite TV.

Update as soon as technology allows...

16 comments:

  1. Are you singing "On the road again???"

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  2. Safe travels; we'll be interested to see how your experience in South Dakota goes; we'll be heading up there in September to take care of the domiciling requirements.

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  3. Yes, please blog how the SD thing goes. We will be doing that by end of summer as well. Alternative Resources is our first pick. Safe travels!

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  4. Have fun! Becoming a SD resident was very easy. You won't have any problem.

    So glad to see you're coming to the Carolina Clan Reunion! There will be several SD residents there :)

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  5. Soon you'll be South Dakotans like us and we'll be neighbors. :)
    Have fun and safe travels!!!

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  6. Safe Travels and Happy Trails....

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  7. Alternative REsources was a TERRIFIC resource to deal with. We checked in with them first when we got there before heading over to the license branch and made sure we had everything we needed--(we didn't) but they helped us take care of things. My situation was a little complicated having been married before with the name change. VERY happy with the mail service, no problems in over two years.

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  8. fun fun fun! Anxious to ride along vicariously with you guys....

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    Karen and Steve
    (Our Blog) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard
    http://kareninthewoods-kareninthewoods.blogspot.com

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  9. Safe travels. What a great time to be heading to SD.

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  10. I just spent an entertaining hour (or two) catching up on your blog. Congrats on the new grandbaby. Martie did a great job with the digital photo album. Ron and I were amazed by the Locomobile. What we want to know is how does it produce the steam? I'm picturing stoking a fire while driving down the road. Ron thought maybe coal. What's the scoop?

    Soon I'm going to have to break down and publish a post. I'm dreading having to learn something new. Why do they have to 'improve' things constantly?

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    1. The owner had a little gas fired burner that heated the water and turned it to steam. It wasn't original, but the owner wanted to keep the car as it was built and still be able to drive it, so he made a couple of modifications. The coal burner went, he added disc brakes to be able to stop and even a couple of LED lights in the original housings that used to use lamp oil.

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