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Old 01-09-2008, 03:08 AM
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I thought this was going to be a poll of how many units in TV were owned by more than one person or couple. I confuse very easily. :joke:

In my defense, I've notice several occasions when new owners are listed in the paper that there are seemingly a couple and a single or two or more couples listed for a single unit. I suppose it makes a lot of sense, especially if they are snowflakes.

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Handie...sounds like over 50% at least. Any other guesses?
I think maybe, this wasn't the best way to get my answer. It would have to be a random poll I guess. Speaking of polls, I'm polled out with the primaries. After it's all said in done, why bother the results tell the story. So I'll move on to more frivolous activities, like chasing the girls around the chat room ;D
Handie :joke:
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Nonie and Linda - Don't give up the camps on the water. Lake land never goes into a housing slump. Plus my wife and I will need a place to visit in the summer once we move down there and become friends with you!
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Old 01-10-2008, 02:58 PM
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Hey, Russ, help us put in the docks and boat hoist and you are on!
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You got it Russ! We can use all the help we can get!LOL :bigthumbsup:
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We also have two...a Patio Villa in The Village of Ashland, and a small Townhouse in Portland Oregon where we will be spending the summer months. Can't stay away from the Grandkids.
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