Monthly Archives: October 2018

The end of an era

Yesterday, I told LeRoy I have to write this blog, but I just couldn’t. At least, not without many tears. Today is better. One of my Facebook friends gave me the title for this blog, the end of an era. … Continue reading

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Limbo

We are in limbo. We believe that a potential buyer for Liberty is on his way from Georgia with his wife today, so we are going on the premise that he will take her home. On that assumption, we have … Continue reading

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Raymond Fuller

LeRoy’s cousin Raymond Fuller passed away this past week, October 15, 2018. He had emphatically requested no service, no obituary, nothing. He was pretty much a private person. But we want to remember him and tell our friends who have … Continue reading

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1967 Silver Eagle Model 01

1967 Silver EAGLE model 01 serial number 7211 + converted in about 2000 for the first time and we bought her in 2010 and redecorated to suit us more. + Roof raised 8 1/2″ + front end had the pins … Continue reading

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For Sale?

Last winter we started talking about what we would do when we decided to hang up the keys to Liberty. This fall, we’re thinking that it may be time. Driving and maintaining a 51 year old bus is not the … Continue reading

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Best intentions

I had every intention of writing a blog last week while we were in Branson, but it just didn’t get done. It wasn’t for lack of eventful times! I’ll try to break the time up into two separate posts. We … Continue reading

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