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Ed Pask
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I developed a website called www.rvproperty.com and spend lots of time keeping it updated.
I developed a website called www.rvproperty.com and spend lots of time keeping it updated.

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A classic for RVers to see.
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2005 Tropical T351, 36` For Sale
 Class A handicapped accessible RV,2005 Tropical T351,36` dual slides, customized with special side door and wheel chair lift. Freightliner XC chassis, 6 speed Allison,300hp Turbo Cat diesel.
Cherry cabinets, Corian top,2 TVs, in motion satellite dish,
washer/dryer combo,12cu ft side by side fridge .

50K miles, multi tow capacity, new tires. $105,000

Email Joe     joecreww@sbcglobal.net
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2015-06-08
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THOUSAND TRAILS MEMBERSHIP FOR SALE
See it on www.rvproperty.com 

Contact Jim Clifton 253-278-9351
We will pay The $500.00 Transfer Fee.
Asking $250.00 for this membership valued at $5,000.00.
We are retired and no longer use the membership.

MFS090514JCLI-CHEHALIS, WA
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I met my three sons and three grandsons in Flagstaff, AZ while I was touring Utah and Arizona. We hiked down the Grand Canyon at the Supi Indian Reservation. We went down for three nights and had a grand time visiting three water falls. The hike is about 20 miles round trip. 
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2015-06-07
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Drive Carefully!
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Hope you will visit RV Property on Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/RVturtle
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Why I like living in Pearlington, MS...the country. These Mexican Tree Ducks were feeding at the bird feeder. Also named the Black-bellied Whistling-Duck is a boisterous duck with a brilliant pink bill and an unusual, long-legged silhouette. In places like Texas and Louisiana, watch for noisy flocks of these gaudy ducks dropping into fields to forage on seeds, or loafing on golf course ponds. Listen for them, too—these ducks really do have a whistle for their call. Common south of the U.S., Black-bellied Whistling-Ducks occur in several southern states and are expanding northward.
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2015-05-24
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I launched my newly rebuilt website last week. See www.rvproperty.com. Tell me what you think about it.
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