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Old 05-30-2015, 07:35 PM   #29
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That photo reminds me of our trip to Copper Harbor, MI. I had gotten out to take a picture but dW stayed in the car. She decided to join me. When we got back to the car I found she had locked the car with her purse inside and my keys in the ignition. I put on a good display for everyone in the rest area as a 295# guy crawling into the car through the sunroof. Fortunately DW never touched the cameras so no pictures exist.

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Old 05-31-2015, 10:01 AM   #30
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I mounted a "Realtor's Box" in my propane bay.

IF you know the magic number.. IT has keys in it.

Plus.. Yesterday I "Lost" my car's ignition key, which also has the door keys with it (Was on floor of car, found it after I got back home)

OK, How did I get home with the care and a lost ignition key?

Used the TRUNK key,,, inside the trunk was a spare key ring,, Trunk, Ignition and Motor home Door. (That is 1: The "Master" key ring, if I need to have a new key made that's the originals) 2: Mechanic's key set.

For Michael to use when working on car..Michael is a nice guy.. I had an A/C Leak.. he fixed it no charge since it (Surprisingly) turned out to be something simple (Loose valve stem. Please do not ask how that happened, car is a teenager after all) David's Auto, Hwy 17 Darien,GA.

Nice to find an honest mechanic.

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