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http://www.cafemoxo.com/temp/vardenafil.html We just returned from our 9 week winter adventure that started in the middle of December with our trip to Ft. Meyers, FL and ended with our return home on February 18th. We had a great time, met new people and saw new places while traveling about 4500 miles. This is a great time to travel as fuel prices are really low in the South, at least Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana. I bought diesel at Flying J/Pilot because I have their discount charge card and paid $1.88 a gallon. However, as some regular stations diesel was $1.67 and regular unleaded was $1.36. We met old friends in RV Parks in Duson, LA on our outbound trip and at Lake Conroe, TX on the return trip. Most of our early trip experiences are chronicled in previous posts, so this one will focus more on the return trip.
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http://www.poppadoms.ca/about/cialis.html It’s hard to believe that we have been here in Mission, TX for almost a month already. We have enjoyed our stay, but we are leaving on Monday February 1st and heading to Lajitas, TX via Eagle Pass, TX. Lajitas is about 650 miles northwest of here on the Rio Grande and next to Big Bend National Park. The RV Park we are staying at is a golf and spa resort although we will probably not take advantage of those amenities. There are very few RV parks to choose from in the Big Bend area and of the other two choices, one was full and the other got mixed reviews so we decided to stay at the resort. It will be Continue reading Time to Move On