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Old 02-04-2011, 05:02 AM   #43
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While I was putting my trailer away for the winter I wanted it to be pretty close to the house. Its a pretty tight spot I park it in so I knew it would take a couple tries to get it just right. One one attempt I cut the back end of the camper to tight but thought I could fix if. The back of the camper ended up about an inch from the house! Luckily I saw my mistake so I started to pull forward. My truck was on a bit of an incline, on dirt, and had tires that needed replacing. All I could do was spin! I went over to ask my landscaper neighbor to pull me out with his truck and tow ropes. He evaluated the situation and dcided to get on his exmark lawn mower and pull me out! I was pretty embarrassed that a lawn mower just pulled out my 16000 lbs of truck and trailer. Luckily my wife didn't know it was going on so there ar no pictures!

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Old 02-04-2011, 12:32 PM   #44
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The winter of 1978 we took the kids out of school and headed to Florida from North Dakota in our 25' Utelliner motorhome. Got to camp wilderness at Disney World and met my parents who were wintering in Florida. Dad booked all of us into a swank restaurant for a 7 course meal. Ever body is getting dressed in the motorhome and the wife says the toilet won't flush and is full to the top. It is a recerculating type with an upper and lower holding tank. I an dressed in a suit and tie and roll up my shirt sleeve and reach into the toilet to find the offending wad of tissue clogging the valve and now everything works again. I rinse off my arm to get the bright blue tank chemical off my skin and the blue dye won't come off. I roll down my sleeve and we go to dinner
When the waiter hands me the menu, I reach for it with my blue hand and arm, and my son says in a loud voice, " my dad's arm is blue cause he got it stuck in the toilet" Everyone in the restaurant stops eating and stares at my blue arm and very red face......More stories to come....DACOTAH

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