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What's Your 10-20?

The number "20" has been a bit charmed for us along our journey.

Our Bon Voyage party for leaving Phoenix was on February 20.

After tricking out the van, we left Loveland, CO on March 20.

And today, eight months later, on October 20, we received the news that our rental application was approved for our new home in Fort Collins, CO!


We get to move in on Saturday and we're super excited about our new home and our new city!  You should totally come visit us right away. We'll have an extra bed ready. And if quality time with Jon and Ellen is not enough incentive, check out all the stuff we're already in love with...

So what are you waiting for? Come visit! Asher will be waiting to take a walk with you!

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  1. oooh, chickens. i always wanted chickens. and a goat. you know grow house has chickens, right? if you're still there in july, i'll see you. i bet hazel is happy. have a marg at the rio in old town. i'd love to see some live music when i visit. enjoy the winter...brrrrr.

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  2. Jon & Ellen- your house looks super cute! We are tight on time for our visit next weekend, but will be back for a week after Thanksgiving and would love to come up and check out the place! So excited for you both. p.s. You are cordially invited to Addie's 1st Birthday party Friday, October 29th around 10am. My sister has picked out a park near her house so when I get more details, I can send them to you (or call :-) Looking forward to seeing you again!!
    Love, the Walkers

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  3. @Leanne - Thanks for the tip on the margarita joint. We'll be sure to grab one before it gets too cold here. But today's weather was still absolutely perfect for a walk to the park - and the colors on the trees... pow! Looking forward to seeing you in July!

    @Jen: We'll be there! See your email...

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