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 on: Today at 06:08:36 PM 
Started by Greg - Last post by Greg
I believe we are ready to pack, finally.  I found a pair of dress shoes yesterday that should fit the bill for the formal dinner evening.  Dress shoes are hard to find anymore, and what they call dress shoes arenít, for the most part, what I would call dress shoes.  Oh well, I got what I needed.

So, weíll be going on the party van. 🤣🤣😁!!  Good deal.  It will be a fun time, especially when we donít have to compete with a whole bus load of people. 

That hurricane certainly took the starch out of a lot of folksí sails, didnít it.  Iím glad things are returning to normal there, if slowly.  The folks down in the Bahamas certainly didnít fare well.  What a mess that is.  Itíll be a long time before they recover fully from Dorian.

Anyway, weíre hoping for good weather on this trip.  Lots to see, and probably will be a lot to save for another time.

Greg

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 on: Today at 03:06:22 PM 
Started by Greg - Last post by sailingskier
Greg, Judy and I are looking forward to meeting you and Peggy-Suz and your friends too. 

The Halifax Public Gardens were hit by Dorian but are to re-open this weekend as is Point Pleasant Park --- which you will see on your way to the dock.  It is on the left side right before the container terminal.  You may see the sailors' monuments to the Battle of the Atlantic and that of the anchor of the Bonaventure. (One of Canada's aircraft carriers before it became the Toyotas or Nissans we drive now.)

So your tour will begin before you hit the cruise terminal !!  Keep that camera at the ready !!! Don't forget attempts for whale spotting .

You say it is not a party boat trip.... so the van we will tour you around in will have to make up for that.  Like the beach Boys song ... "Fun, Fun, Fun ...."

Just like Christmas morning .... can't wait!

Speaking of the hurricane, at this writing there are still 331 outages with1352 customers without electric power more than a week later.
There were almost 500,000 without power at the worst time with Dorian. We lost ours for about 15 hours.  They plan to take the crane down starting today for the next two weeks.

Pack well !!

Mike

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 on: Today at 04:17:06 AM 
Started by CathyN - Last post by CathyN
As you can see by Johns pics.  The gang got back safely just after 11 pm.

I will post Bob’s pics of White face mt. after I get home.  Internet is slow here.  We rode 438 miles and got just east of Cleveland around 8:00.

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 on: Today at 03:03:37 AM 
Started by CathyN - Last post by jdbrot
Have a great ride home!

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 on: September 14, 2019, 07:03:08 PM 
Started by Greg - Last post by Greg
Have a great trip. Sounds like fun.

This is first for us, so we’re looking forward to this.  I’ve never been red hot about ocean cruises, but this seems like it’ll be a nice time.  It’s definitely not a party boat type of cruise.  We’re sure looking forward to meeting Mike and his wife, and having them show us around the Halifax area.

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 on: September 14, 2019, 05:26:52 PM 
Started by CathyN - Last post by Maggie
Awesome!!!  Thatís so cool.   Iím glad you guys made it to the top.

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 on: September 14, 2019, 03:51:45 PM 
Started by CathyN - Last post by jdbrot
Cool

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 on: September 14, 2019, 03:50:01 PM 
Started by BuiltnotBought - Last post by jdbrot
Welcome!

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 on: September 14, 2019, 03:19:26 PM 
Started by BuiltnotBought - Last post by BuiltnotBought
We one! I do my own tires and you’d be surprised how easy it is. I use a hydraulic press to break the beads, but you can do it easily with a couple of 2x4s! There should be you tubes on how. Buy a couple of tire spoons-Harbor Freight cheap ones work very well .
We should take this conversation to an actual thread, Im interested to hear more. What about balancing? Most important.

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 on: September 14, 2019, 03:16:02 PM 
Started by Maggie - Last post by Expat47
I enjoyed the pics, but I thought the title indicated "hams" as in ham radio operators. I always like it when two of my hobbies intermingle (such as RV'ing and ham radio). Anyhow, for any other amateur radio folks, my callsign is AF8JC.

You were almost right. There's more than a few hams around here but I don't know how many also talk on the radio.    

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