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Not to muddy the waters for you Bridge but Don't forget the sweet and lovely TotalBabe is a mere 5 hours from you.

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Gwen, yes he is a great guy but I totally understand how time flies when knowing someone specially if you get along well. I have a couple guy friends that I have have known for that long also and have never met, yet...LOL

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I've been forum friends with LuvrMan for 2 years... we've just never got together. Sad, huh? He is a great guy!

And BT, I've had a 20 min drive take 3 hours... called stuck in traffic on I5! Uhh! ;-) I've never had to go thru an evacuation, and pray I don't ever have to. If you are ever out on my coast again... let me know :-)

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Gwen, I flew all the way from MN to meet Luvrman in August. I first emailed him in May and we hit it off. We had alot of fun hanging out and I met some great people while out there. It was all so great that im going back in October and in January we are going to Hedo II together. :)

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Gwen, the funny thing is, growing up in the northeast, an hour's drive, say, into Boston, was a big deal. I didn't learn to appreciate distance driving until I lived on your coast in the early-mid 90's. Trips from O.C. to Vegas, Scottsdale, SF, Tahoe...They broke my car travel cherry.

These last few years, car travel has meant multi-hour evacuations. A few years ago, it was 20 hours in my car to get to Montgomery, AL during Gustav. It should have been a 6 hr trip!

So, when time's not a consideration, traveling a substantial distance to spend time with someone I've met on-line, where there seems to be great chemistry, and mutual attraction, seems to be a no-brainer.

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"Damn, I cant stand more than a 3 hour drive..."

Well, Gwen, that puts you at my front door! ;-)

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Damn, I cant stand more than a 3 hour drive, and thats when we are going on vacation. I really wish they would get those transporters invented ;-)

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Ok. So, now, a 12 hour drive isn't out of the question. Especially if dinner is on the docket. Leave the dessert in my hands.

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"Luvrman- You are Mr. livewire's hero. Please spill the beans and tell us your secret to success."

Livewire,

Well, that's very flattering.. ty. I'm not sure of which success you're referring to, maybe reading my certs? LOL , but I'm just being me. :-)

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As of now, a 5 - 10 hour drive isn't out of the question.

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