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  1. oh, so that is what has been happening for the past year or so...I wondered. I am so pleased that the internet will keep us connected. Don't know where you will alight but look forwarding to finding out! XO's

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  2. heading into the wild unknown?
    together?
    sounds perfect to me

    love and light

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  3. Ewww... I am a bad mover and shaker. I am jealous of people who can do that without stressing out. Falls in to the same envy bucket as people who travel well, especially by plane. Can't wait to hear about it though!

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  4. Ewww... I am a bad mover and shaker. I am jealous of people who can do that without stressing out. Falls in to the same envy bucket as people who travel well, especially by plane. But I can't wait to hear about it!

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  5. you have it down pat, the packing and moving. you guys are the perfect fit...so much the same in what you want out of a place to stay for awhile. the idea of most furnishings on wheels is so smart!

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  6. This is a feel-good post about a situation many aren't able to deel with gracefully--but by your words, I know you can.

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  7. Susan, I've lived a gypsy kind of life for most of my years. First as a child and since I've been an adult. I totally get the lure of adventure and the benefit of being mobile. I love your Native American quote and the shot of the ribbon of road stretched out to the horizon. Are you leaving Manitou Springs? Colorado? I didn't know this.

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  8. But you know what? You two ARE movers and shakers! Who could do so many moves and still be so compatible? Love it!

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  9. The best part of this lovely post is the "Together"! :-)

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  10. There is a reason why you found each other. I don't mind moving either, there is always something of the adventurous involved, but I also love to stay in a place that feels like home.

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