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Old 07-31-2016, 11:15 AM   #14673
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Navy, what will you be doing at the VA? Always thank veterans when I see them. They are often stunned.

So how is everything going? Looks like the same crowd, same items up for discussion...

The Girl Hey Navy!
Speaking of items up for discussion... You wouldn't happen to have a couple of slices of rhubarb pie you not using, would you? We might be in the neighborhood.
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Old 07-31-2016, 12:29 PM   #14674
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Bear,

I have rhubarb in the garden so when you coming this way? The Girl
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Old 07-31-2016, 01:55 PM   #14675
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Bear we did a full day at the village and second day at museum. We were watching the weather and dodging rain showers reason for that order. Would have liked to have done the assembly line tour but legs gave out.

We crossed into Canada at Detroit and really had no problem with traffic. Actually I found their drivers more willing to let you merge and change lanes much better that what I saw at Atlanta or DFW.

Should have meet up with us, we're having a blast crossing Canada. Between our accents we surly would be hits. Had one lady tell me I sounded like Blake Shelton, at least till I started singing.
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Old 07-31-2016, 03:28 PM   #14676
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Huntnski, there are states and provinces that have outlawed your singing voice. Your reputation has preceded you.
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Old 07-31-2016, 08:09 PM   #14677
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Huntnski, there are states and provinces that have outlawed your singing voice. Your reputation has preceded you.

Just wait till I come out your way!

2017 me and the Bear. We'll see how you interpret southern dialect!
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Old 08-01-2016, 12:17 AM   #14678
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That's great. Looking forward to seeing y'all, y'all
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Navy, what will you be doing at the VA? Always thank veterans when I see them. They are often stunned.

So how is everything going? Looks like the same crowd, same items up for discussion, and looks like someone got shot out of a canyon! Yikes, not on my bucket list nor that jumping out of a perfectly good plane either.

Loving summer and camping! You all have a great one and remember, LOLT!

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Hey Girl, Navy here
I'm going to be working in the Eye Clinic. Doing what I've been doing past 30 yrs. As always LOLT!
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THANK YOU FOR WHAT YOU DO. . . . . .

I never served but my father did of course, my brother was killed in F-4 Fighter during a training mission , I have two sons one did 5 years in Marines the other does serve but as a paramedic.

Welcome to GATOR COUNTRY wife and I both retired from University of Florida just over a year ago.
Hey Pop-sicle, Navy here.
I'll be staying at a RV park in Waldo for a while.
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Old 08-01-2016, 07:47 AM   #14681
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I am back. Somehow I hit the wrong button and got disconnected from this site..
.we are in the Desert enjoying our dream. It has been humid here the last couple days. MONSON SEASON . THE temperature is cooler but muggy. I rather it be Hotter and dry heat.
I did see the lady cannon Ball on T.V. that was a spectacular shot. I hope to meet her on the circuit someday. Maybe we can get a double barrel cannon and do a shot as a team. I have seen that done and looks really neat to have a person fly over another person. And into a net. I would love to try that.
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Next thing you are going to say you are promoting Cannon Ball Doubles as an Olympic sport!
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Next thing you are going to say you are promoting Cannon Ball Doubles as an Olympic sport!
That would go over with a BANG!!!
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When I was in the Air Force many moons ago. I use to jump out of the back of a Jeep in the jungles to train for sky diving. So now I am jumping out of a Jeep in the Desert at 35 m.p.h. the hard part is missing the cactus. And of course I am no spring Rooster any more. This training to be a Human Cannon Ball is no joke, it is a challenge to fulfill my bucket list. Yesterday was perfect, low humidity, and it was cooler . 102 Degrees. Hopefully It will be the same today. I am sure the temperatures will start to climb again soon.

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This training to be a Human Cannon Ball is no joke, it is a challenge to fulfill my bucket list.Ciao
I am having a problem equating the use of the aforementioned bucket while doing the cannon thingy. When we wuz kids we usta cannonball of a cliff into a deep cold pool of water that was located precisely for the purpose of perfecting our cannonballing techniques. We never though of using a bucket to cannonball into; way not cool idea.
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If some guy can hit a 100 x 100 net from 25,000 feet there should be no reason Giancarlo can not hit a water bucket from 200 feet. If fact my money is on him. I am so confident in his training and abilities I bet he could hit a paint pail.
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