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Looks like you are planned for going down hill...that will save some gas.  Nice rigs Zeek...keep us posted.  :handgestures-thumbupright:

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I don't think that Ford will pull both at once. either pull the Ford with the Tecky or get a Duramax! :ychain: :)

 

Going to miss you Zeek if you get to far away. :occasion-xmas:

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At least the dog doesn't take up much room...:ychain:

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Posted (edited)
3 hours ago, Zeek said:

 

 

Then we live in this for a while . . .

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I'd not get the down the lane to my place.

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Hi Zeek,

We'll miss you at the shows.   Travel safely and enjoy the ride.   Hope you come back to Pennsylvania and to the Forum after your adventures.

   Jim

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I am very happy for you but a little jealous at the same time. Can not wait to retire myself. Things seemed to move along fast for you with the sale of the house. Enjoy every minute👍

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Thanks everyone! 

 

I hope to be back in PA for the show next year. I won't have tractors there, but we will likely camp for the duration.

 

Yes, I planned on attending the Florida Flywheelers show. I have the January swap meet and the February show on my calendar! :woohoo:

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Congrats. I couldn't do it, but it seems like it would be fun for a few months. Enjoy it. 

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On 8/6/2018 at 11:18 AM, squonk said:

I don't think that Ford will pull both at once. either pull the Ford with the Tecky or get a Duramax! :ychain: :)

 

Going to miss you Zeek if you get to far away. :occasion-xmas:

He probably wants to enjoy retirement without constantly turning wrenches, with a Tecky or a Duramax that's all he'd be doing :ROTF::ychain:

 

@Zeek enjoy your retirement, and RV living is actually quite enjoyable, mines much smaller than yours and I find it very comfortable

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Wow, what can I say Tom? Maybe... "that there is a RV Clark"...

I'll miss you and Sue at the shows that's for sure. But what's better than a road trip? I just hope that you fare better than Clark Griswald. Safe journeys and please don't forget about all of us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Congratulations on your retirement. I too am kinda jealous, I'm hoping to be able to do the same thing with my wife when the time comes. P.S. We need pictures of the Ford!! (I'm an F-350 single rear wheel kinda guy) 

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Zephyrhills for six months out of the year. Snowbirds are the only sane ones around, I think.

Wishing you and yours many years of health and happiness Zeek.

 

In the unlikely event that medical services are needed, head to Shands Hospital at the University of Florida.

For anything more than sniffles, it is worth the drive up I-75.

 

Tampa General Hospital would come in a close second. Everyone else are pikers for the most part.

 

The Florida Hospital seventh day adventist chain is acceptable in a pinch.

 

I would tend to avoid the others like zombie raccoons in Central Park.

 

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