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    Hey Mary! If your travels bring you close depending on your route, perhaps you could stop by. I'm wishing you a safe and enjoyable trip. I guess it may be out of your way as I'm probably due south of you and not really southwest, just wishful thinking. Anyway stay safe and I'll be looking for updates from you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter802 View Post
    From one crazy one to another, enjoy your trip Mary.
    I am heading South to Greece at the end of this month in my motor home.
    Take care and travel safe.
    Clear skies.
    Wonderful, Peter, I hope you have a fantastic adventure and lots of sunshine!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozman13 View Post
    Hey Mary! If your travels bring you close depending on your route, perhaps you could stop by. I'm wishing you a safe and enjoyable trip. I guess it may be out of your way as I'm probably due south of you and not really southwest, just wishful thinking. Anyway stay safe and I'll be looking for updates from you.
    Thank you, Todd. That is a very nice invitation. I'm a bit pressed for time this trip: need to get there by next Saturday in time for a new online work cycle starting next Monday. But I will keep that in mind; I'd love to meet you and your family and perhaps do some observing together! Maybe on the return trip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobharmony View Post
    Safe travels to you, Mary. The words of the Wordsworth poem feel elemental to me, resonating at a deep level. Your thoughts about the journey also resonate, and seem like a great attitude to take with you. Looking forward to your reports from the Southwest.

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    Take good care of yourself and stay safe on your journey, Mary.

    Thanks for sharing those words. They fit well.

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    Be careful and be safe, Mary. God speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voyageur View Post
    Thank you, Todd. That is a very nice invitation. I'm a bit pressed for time this trip: need to get there by next Saturday in time for a new online work cycle starting next Monday. But I will keep that in mind; I'd love to meet you and your family and perhaps do some observing together! Maybe on the return trip!
    That would be WONDERFUL!!
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    Sounds like a fun trip! Best Luck!

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    Best wishes and safe travels, Mary!
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    I wish I could go. I hate winter. Have a safe trip, may the wind be at your back and the world at your feet.

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