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Epilog – The long and wonderful life of Gus Schlepp
Gus' wonderful life came to its end on October 31st 2014 at 8 am. He was 91 years old and died peacefully at his home in Sammamish, Washington with Gwenn by his side as he took his last breaths. To the end, he was a gentle giant always interested in knowing how those around him were doing. His last words to me, as Gwenn put the phone to his years a few days ago were: "how is Carla doing" as ...
... and get our money returned. Interestingly enough he has done extensive rv work! We love you Honey Badger!! Abby turned 17! We made a tutu together for a football game. And we gave her a computer that she needed for school. We have to move our site since we extended a week. Not a big deal. Before we leave we are making a reservation for next fall. We depart on the 28th and head to Eugene for some repairs. Hopefully the cruise control will ...
... to the good old days with two knobs, the one on the left being hot and the right cold?
I am a big fan of Coke, as are the rest of my family. Supposedly, Coke and Pepsi are equally popular, yet it seemed that 80% of the places we went served only Pepsi products. Since neither of us liked them, we drank a lot of lemonade or root beer.
While flying, we listened to satellite radio most of the time, either a channel called “The Blend”, which ...
... to come to the realization that it has gone down somewhere.
Over central Washington, Alex and I talked about the things we'd liked and disliked about the trip. Some weren't surprising, such as the fact that he hadn't really liked Oshkosh, but that it was "OK". He also loved playing with friends, new and old, at the various stops. He didn't like having to leave some of these friends when we did, such as Cameron Shearer in Dayton, ...
... and Jake,our entertaining tour guide, took us to several vendors where we got to taste wonderful smoked salmon, yogurt, fresh fruit, jellies and cheese. He lead us to the "Gum Wall" and introduced us to Rachel the Pig. Rachel is the Golden Pig that stands in front of Pike Place Fish Co. All monies collected from folks taking her picture goes to charity. It was great ...