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Mar 30, 2015 - Time to go

We have been trying to leave for about a month but with trying to figure out about selling a house and getting to the eye doctor, we just sat at home. But today is the day we take off for however long. We will stop to see my mom and then head to Georgia to close up that house.

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Oct 25, 2013 - Yukon-the best dog

Yukon made it home and walked his usual paths but with difficulty. We think his mission was to get home and pass on. He saw his best friends,the Lefler family,and stayed in their yard for a while. His breathing was very labored and he could barely walk today so we had to make the final decision for him. Painful as it is, we know we did the right thing to have our great vet, Dr. Link, come to the house and give him the final shot. Yukon traveled his last great journey with us and knew he was home. He traveled more in his 15 years than most...

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Oct 22, 2013 - Home

We left the Georgia home and headed up to see my mother in Flat Rock NC. Watched Clemson get killed by FloridaState on her TV. Strange to watch TV again and see how much it doesn't really matter. We stayed a couple of days so we could bike in Dupont and eat some good meals with her. Headedhome needing to stop to let Yukon out . Seems he knows he's going home and starting to get weaker. Finally got home with neighbours greeting us. House looks like a mansion!

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Jun 22, 2013 - Heading west

We're really going this time after a couple of months of getting ready. We bought a new truck in March and then found a used Shadow Cruiser slide-in camper to go on the truck in April. We did a "test" trip to Pisgah Forest in May to be sure our 14 year old dog, Yukon, could handle the travel and we could figure out the camper. All went well so we did one more trial trip over to the Smokies and then looped down to Lake Lanier to camp with Bill's niece Julia and her husband, Gus. Yukon and the camper held up well so we're ready to roll!

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