You should see the inside of this one. Wow is it beautiful! The living room has 2 slides making it very roomy. It is complete with a washer/dryer/full size refrigerator and dishwasher......king size bed. Just an awesome and reliable coach.
We are standing around with friends wishing them a safe trip to MS to see there grandson.
and of course they are towing Charlene's jeep.
Sunday, December 28, 2008
Monday, December 22, 2008
This is our 2007 31 foot Keystone Sprinter. It is really roomy for its size. The 2 slides give plenty of space for 2 people and 2 fur babies. The grill belongs to Don but we have use after we clean it up. Hasn't been used in a while.
Our little home also has a king size bed and we just got Dish. A home away from home that we love.
A local Ford dealer is looking for a F-250 for us. We really need a bigger truck to pull this. We hope to be able to do some traveling in just a few years.
Posted by pinkangel at 12/22/2008 02:48:00 PM
I love Harvest Day. We have a lot fun.
Millicent, teacher, is a surgeon; Joy, top, looks adorable but I can't remember who she is supposed to be and Nurse Sherrie is the Indian squaw.
The kids love seeing their teachers all dressed up. And of course the games and goodies are well received.
Posted by pinkangel at 12/22/2008 02:30:00 PM
This is my co-worker Princess. Of course she is dressed as a princess. Princess just turned 21 and she is so much fun to work with. Full of personality and a love for the kids. She is in college in the ESE program. Princess is also a very good beautician. I told her that she needs to get her license and set up her new home with a shop. It would be great extra income. This gal is good and I am having a ball working with her
Posted by pinkangel at 12/22/2008 02:27:00 PM
I have no shame...LOL
This is me on Harvest Day
at the school where I work. This is for Halloween and I am the 'Old Woman in a Shoe'. See my shoes hanging over my shoulder. This was the first time that I have participated and it was fun even though I didn't win.
Posted by pinkangel at 12/22/2008 02:03:00 PM
I have never seen bananas growing before. These were growing by the Showcase at Emerald Lake where we stay whenever we are not at work. I thought this was one of the neatest things I have ever seen growing.
They have been cut down as the season is over. Don said they have never gotten ripe enough to eat, but I think they are still neat to see.
Posted by pinkangel at 12/22/2008 01:54:00 PM
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