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Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 2 Months ago  
My last day of work here in New Hampshire is tomorrow. Met some great people, rode some good roads and made some new friends. I'll spend the weekend in Virginia soaking up some grandbaby time before making the 2 day run to Texas. I start a new job on the 23rd. Life is good!!!
 
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Re:Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 2 Months ago  
You're heading back to warmer weather just at the right time. The foliage will be done very shortly and we'll all become shut ins for the long cold winter here in NH. Glad you enjoyed your visit!
 
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Re:Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 2 Months ago  
well welcome back to this part of the world, Mr. Joe! Maybe we can get our OKC lunch in now. Stumbled across an Okie that you really need to meet
 
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Re:Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 2 Months ago  
Dick M. wrote:
You're heading back to warmer weather just at the right time. The foliage will be done very shortly and we'll all become shut ins for the long cold winter here in NH. Glad you enjoyed your visit!

Really have enjoyed my time here. Rode the Kanc, took the Cog to the top of Mt. Washington, went to Queechee Gorge and saw some hot air balloons, and rode to Bradford, PA for a meet and greet.

I had the opportunity to explore some genealogical stuff from many generations past. Discovered that I have relatives that fought in the revolution.

Yeah, I'd say it was a good summer!
 
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Re:Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 2 Months ago  
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well welcome back to this part of the world, Mr. Joe! Maybe we can get our OKC lunch in now. Stumbled across an Okie that you really need to meet

Give a couple of weeks to settle back in and get to know the wife again!!!!
 
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Re:Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 2 Months ago  
Enjoy your trip back sir! Out before snowfall, so your timing is great. I did Mt. Washington twice in my time in Maine. Took the tour truck up the first time, rode up the second. Wanted to ride the cog train, but didn't get the chance with our 6 day work week.
 
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Re:Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 2 Months ago  
Great to meet you Joe. So sorry I couldn't see you off. It was a pleasure to ride the area with you. I hope to meet you again maybe in the Texas area or this talk about OKC I may be in that area near Norman OK at certain times. I have a trip planned there next weekend for 2 weeks. Who knows. Anyway safe trucking home.
 
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Re:Last Day of Work in New Hampshire 1 Month, 3 Weeks ago  
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Great to meet you Joe. So sorry I couldn't see you off. It was a pleasure to ride the area with you. I hope to meet you again maybe in the Texas area or this talk about OKC I may be in that area near Norman OK at certain times. I have a trip planned there next weekend for 2 weeks. Who knows. Anyway safe trucking home.

For sure, let me know when you're in the area.
 
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