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Five minutes with

Georgia Hart

When and where were you born? Feb. 5 1933 and New Mexico

How long have you been in the valley? Bobby and I got married in ’51 and lived in Oregon for a few years. Bobby’s lived here for a long time. We came back here in 1969. Now we are full-time RVers and live here in the summertime.

Family information: Husband, Bobby, and four children, two boys and two girls

What did you do for a living before retiring? I was a bookkeeper at Bullock’s.

What do you enjoy doing now that you are retired? Traveling in our RV all over the western states. We spend our winters on the desert in Death Valley. We’re leaving Oct. 29.

What’s your favorite memory over the years? There are so many, it’s hard to pick one. Probably the most awesome was living on a 33-foot cruising catamaran and sailing the East Coast.

What are you most proud of in your life? Our four children

What is something you would like to do that you’ve never done? Go to Alaska and see the eagles. We’ll get that done one of these days.

If you could visit anywhere in the world, where would it be? The Alaskan wilderness

What words of advice can you offer to younger generations? Enjoy your life and your family. Don’t put things off. Just go do it.

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