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Old 02-12-2014, 08:31 PM
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Anybody have any dealings with Transamerica? Positive, negative, otherwise?
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i'm making the assumption you're referring to the trail?

i've looked into it. looks like a fun way to spend a couple of weeks. the fall '13 issue of OJ had an article about some guys that went south to north. i can't remember if they stuck completely to the TAT or not. i'll have to look at the article.

an old friend from san diego and i have been talking for years about doing it, the 'shadow of the rockies' portion, then continuing through the Great White North into Alaska.
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No, sorry, the financial company.
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No, sorry, the financial company.
hah! alrighty then. just a bit off.
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My wife was their accounting director over over 25 years ago for what that's worth.
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i'm making the assumption you're referring to the trail?

i've looked into it. looks like a fun way to spend a couple of weeks. the fall '13 issue of OJ had an article about some guys that went south to north. i can't remember if they stuck completely to the TAT or not. i'll have to look at the article.

an old friend from san diego and i have been talking for years about doing it, the 'shadow of the rockies' portion, then continuing through the Great White North into Alaska.
LOL
I'd rather talk about the trail too.
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