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Old 02-08-2008, 10:45 AM
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Interesting road trip from MN to our new winter home in Salome. The 77 made it fine, except for blown radiator in Texas. Think of the chances of finding a replacement for a 77 460 on a Sat. aft in town of 1500! We were lucky. Then we hit a Flagstaff blizzard reminiscent of what we left behind in MN. But we're here now, enjoying everything.

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Welcome. Sounds like God was looking over you, I call things like finding what I think is impossible "God things"
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Thats the Great thing about Arizona..... Just drive for a few hours, Or in some cases a few miles and It will look a lot different! Glad you made it safe. Are you here permanetly or just a short stay? Welcome To AZ!
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Welcome to Arizona. are you just wintering or is this a permanent move. the Arizona chapter is having a get together in April looking like the 5th and 6th so be sure to keep that weekend open.
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I can really sympathize with you, Vicki...

when I moved here in 97 i drove thru a hailstorm in tennessee...

$2200 dollars in damage to my nearly new 95 F150 xlt 4x4!

anyways...welcome to Az! Hope you can make it to the meet in April!
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Wish I could make the the spring meet, would love to meet some fellow Ford lovers. Unfortunately I've got to get back to work by April 1st. But next year I'm planning to be here longer than 7 weeks. Maybe if I play the AZ lottery? We drove 2 vehicles down here, the 77 PU will be staying here, we'll take the Explorer home.


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