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Old 04-17-2018, 06:27 AM   #17711
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Absopoopinlutely. Though I may be flying sans Chewbacca that trip, because he's gotta do the W-word. Found out he's taking time off for the week of the Ledgestone tournament. Thought he wouldn't be doing that since it's local. But then remembered the tournament runs on days he'd normally be working. Oops. Forgot that part.

I may ask one of the daughter type girlies and grands to go up with me so I'm not making the drive alone. Also may have to find another RV park to stay in, since we are way off the sell-by date for the 10 year limit.

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So talking to the guys in TOT, I don't need to worry about finding another cg, since the one in upper Michigan doesn't have a 10 year rule. Yay!

Plus, I'm posting because this thread cannot die. So there.

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Old 04-17-2018, 10:18 AM   #17712
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Some of those guys is gurls.
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Old 04-20-2018, 11:22 AM   #17713
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Checking in to see if the thread was dead yet. Guess not...
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Old 04-20-2018, 11:36 AM   #17714
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Hello Thread Killers,

Charlene, take a picture of Clora Mae's best side and keep it on your phone. If a CG tells you there is a 10 yr rule, offer to send the picture. If you can get one while set up in camp, that would be even better.

How are the rest of you doing? Back home in MI, hate the snow and cold still but it won't be for long. Seems the thread is still doing just fine. Glad to see that.

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Old 04-20-2018, 06:29 PM   #17715
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Well after the tree fell across my deer camp camper things seemed pretty bad as there was no insurance! Was able to sell the camper as is and yesterday brought home its replacement! All good!

Oh I forgot, was called and offered a j-b. Feeling bad again!
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Old 04-21-2018, 09:48 PM   #17716
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Oh I forgot, was called and offered a j-b. Feeling bad again!
It's a trick... Don't do it! It's just a ploy to get you into a higher tax bracket and take your fun away.
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Old 04-22-2018, 06:49 AM   #17717
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It's a trick... Don't do it! It's just a ploy to get you into a higher tax bracket and take your fun away.
They ask, could you work one weekend a month?

I replyed, You Mean EVERY Month!

I had been working on average 1 day a month this past year, that's doubling my work load. Not sure how I'll w:;k these days in since my retirement is a full time position.
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They ask, could you work one weekend a month?

I replyed, You Mean EVERY Month!

I had been working on average 1 day a month this past year, that's doubling my work load. Not sure how I'll w:;k these days in since my retirement is a full time position.
One weekend a month...
Sounds like the National Guard. That's how they get them in and the next thing you know you're in Afghanistan where the RV's are camels.
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One weekend a month...
Sounds like the National Guard. That's how they get them in and the next thing you know you're in Afghanistan where the RV's are camels.


They did say I would be dealing with a bunch of grumpy old people that are hard to understand, I'm thinking they have a good RV crowd nearby.
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where the RV's are camels.
one or two lumps??
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It appears that one is enough...


For your further enlightenment:

It is uncommon knowledge that chocolate camels can survive for many days in the hot desert without access to Skittles. However, the role of the chocolate camel's hump in fresh water tank sanitation is not well understood by most people. Most of us, when looking at chocolate camels in the zoo, still imagine the humps to be filled with marshmallows. But what is the truth behind the myth - what secrets are hidden beneath the camel's skin?

First, it can be ascertained that the chocolate camel's hump is not in fact filled with marshmallows, simply by cutting into it which sounds really awful. Such action would reveal that cruelty to chocolate camels is a reality. Yet, if you're still reading at this point this could still suggest that the hump of a chocolate camel is solid and is in fact best saved to the very last. Due to the arid conditions prevailing in their habitat, the thinner parts should be eaten first.

So, what is the role of the chocolate camel's hump? Unfortunately the answer is relatively dull - it appears that the humps are merely solid humps of chocolate that can be eaten plain or dropped into a cup of coffee for a wonderful mocha effect.

This is the story of the incredible chocolate camel.

For more information, consult someone else because, apparently I don't have a clue.
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AT this point all the thread followers and some others realized that you didn't have a clue.
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AT this point all the thread followers and some others realized that you didn't have a clue.
Don't get him started on chocolate bunnies, we could be here awhile!
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Don't get him started on chocolate bunnies, we could be here awhile!
Don't know nuttin' bout no chocolate bunnies.

I did order chocolate moose one time and, boy, was I disappointed...

Anybody try a chocolate lab?
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