1999 Class C Georgie Boy Maverick

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1999 Class C Georgie Boy Maverick

Postby Shirlv » Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:19 am

Breaks my heart but the Maverick is for sale. Health and finances says it's time. I'm not going to mention my age. :(
Price $8,500..mileage 41,151..still drives wonderful, generator hasn't been started in a long time, a/c, fridge, works fine. Needs some tlc Parked on Marylands Eastern Shore.
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Re: 1999 Class C Georgie Boy Maverick

Postby BirdbyBird » Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:45 am

There comes a time......but if I remember right I met you at the Lori and Dock GTG in PA....Hope that you were able to accumulate some great adventures and wonderful memories in the years in between then and now! Remember there is no requirement t actually own an RV to come visit on the forum. Even with issues of health and finances hope you are able to balance out the future enough in order to enjoy discovering more wonderous days ahead! Best Wished on finding some someone who wants to try being an RV'er with a started unit!
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Re: 1999 Class C Georgie Boy Maverick

Postby Bethers » Thu Aug 10, 2017 2:19 pm

Aww, Shirl, :( but I totally understand. I hope you find a new home for your Maverick quickly.
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Re: 1999 Class C Georgie Boy Maverick

Postby Shirlv » Fri Aug 11, 2017 6:59 am

Tina, I also remember the gtg with Lori and Doc. They were great hosts and it was a fun time. All of the gtgs have been terrific but then RVers know how to have fun and we are great people. :D I have a picture (I think taken by Beth) of me arriving at Lake in Woods in the Maverick. She had written "Here comes Shirl" that one is in my photo album for sure. There is an 8 x 10 picture of my Granny Bloomers hanging on my office wall, makes me smile every time I enter the room . Good thing because I am usually there to pay bills. I haven't retired to a rocking chair yet, I volunteer for a local hospital and rule my growing family so keep busy. I think my multitasker is broken because I can now only do one thing at a time so I must reduce the amount of tasks. I have a great family, happy memories and have met nice people so a good life. Building new memories just not as adventurous. lol
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Re: 1999 Class C Georgie Boy Maverick

Postby BirdbyBird » Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:34 am

I totally understand that "no longer multitasking" part. Not only does my body and mind not want to cooperate....there are is the realization that at this time in my life...I don't have to! It makes me tired just thinking about the pace and load many of us carried through our more youthful days, because that is what our lives (work and family) needed us to carry.....

I am enjoying this stage of choice making and reflection. Good to know that you are continuing to find enjoyment in yours!
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