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Old 03-15-2015, 09:41 PM   #10389
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Seriously, was that your first shot at killing this thread Dave? We've had wild animals, crazy Canukes, wacky nurse, and a really bad driver attemp to kill this thread and your watching TV!
And that was just today. BTW - I'm watching TV too... don't think anything dry enough around here to burn...
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Old 03-15-2015, 09:57 PM   #10390
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Keep up the good work Les, my pension depends on you, and a few others.

Beamsil, Lynn, you should buy a green MH on St. Patty's day. It may pass a gas station or two but not the bar.
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Now Slicks talking about a MH that passes gas! That's enough for today, goodnight JohnBoy!
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Old 03-15-2015, 11:34 PM   #10392
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Seriously, was that your first shot at killing this thread Dave? We've had wild animals, crazy Canukes, wacky nurse, and a really bad driver attemp to kill this thread and your watching TV!
I take any driving remark as me. Attention: If anyone here don't like my driving, please stay off the sidewalks.
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Old 03-16-2015, 04:11 PM   #10393
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Dennis,


I drive a Prius so I already pass the gas stations. I thought buying a MH would level out my gas usage and expellation. Looking at a 2001 Georgetown. Humm, I get to see it Wed so will let you know. Below 20000 miles on it.


Otherwise, Hello Thread Killers! Keep it between the ditches, avoid the Emergency Rooms, and have a green beer for me cause I can't stand beer.


Enjoy your evening and see you tomorrow night on the very alive thread! The Girl!
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Dennis,


I drive a Prius so I already pass the gas stations. I thought buying a MH would level out my gas usage and expellation. Looking at a 2001 Georgetown. Humm, I get to see it Wed so will let you know. Below 20000 miles on it.


Otherwise, Hello Thread Killers! Keep it between the ditches, avoid the Emergency Rooms, and have a green beer for me cause I can't stand beer.


Enjoy your evening and see you tomorrow night on the very alive thread! The Girl!
You never know it may be green! Seriously I hope it is the one for you. I think looking for them is alot of fun but at the same time can be confusing.
The exact right one will come along.
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Now Slicks talking about a MH that passes gas! That's enough for today, goodnight JohnBoy!
My MH passes gas, and sometimes diesels too!
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Dennis,


I drive a Prius so I already pass the gas stations. I thought buying a MH would level out my gas usage and expellation. Looking at a 2001 Georgetown. Humm, I get to see it Wed so will let you know. Below 20000 miles on it.


Otherwise, Hello Thread Killers! Keep it between the ditches, avoid the Emergency Rooms, and have a green beer for me cause I can't stand beer.


Enjoy your evening and see you tomorrow night on the very alive thread! The Girl!
I wasn't aware the Prius could be towed. I guess on a dolly or trailer but those are thread killer discussions. Almost as much as the gas or diesel discussion.

Folks - I think we may a chinque in the armor here. I'm going to take a stab at it.

Hey Lynn - is that Georgetown a gasser?
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I wasn't aware the Prius could be towed. I guess on a dolly or trailer but those are thread killer discussions. Almost as much as the gas or diesel discussion.

Folks - I think we may a chinque in the armor here. I'm going to take a stab at it.

Hey Lynn - is that Georgetown a gasser?
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A Prius can be towed on a dolly with no issues. It CAN NOT TOW anything though. I get around 50 mpg and have lots of leg room in the back so I love it. And it's paid for.


The Georgetown is a gasser. Has a Chevy 8.1L in it. With the low mileage I am hoping it is in good condition. Looks like it from the pics, but you know how that goes. If it works out I will probably change some of the interior. Booth dinette cushion covers and maybe the curtains. Not sure till I get in it to see it. It's 32 ft long so a bit shorter than I had been planning on but looks like lots of storage. Like I said, I have to get inside to see what it is like for real.


I think in 3 yrs or more I could trade it in on a newer one. Never know, may just keep it if it works out. Just don't think I want to actually wait for 2 or 3 yrs until we buy.
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A Prius can be towed on a dolly with no issues. It CAN NOT TOW anything though. I get around 50 mpg and have lots of leg room in the back so I love it. And it's paid for.


The Georgetown is a gasser. Has a Chevy 8.1L in it. With the low mileage I am hoping it is in good condition. Looks like it from the pics, but you know how that goes. If it works out I will probably change some of the interior. Booth dinette cushion covers and maybe the curtains. Not sure till I get in it to see it. It's 32 ft long so a bit shorter than I had been planning on but looks like lots of storage. Like I said, I have to get inside to see what it is like for real.


I think in 3 yrs or more I could trade it in on a newer one. Never know, may just keep it if it works out. Just don't think I want to actually wait for 2 or 3 yrs until we buy.
So here we go a thread killin'
A thread killin'

Who wants a dolly
Not I! Not I!

Dolly is a singer and a theme park and not for towin' toads...

50 mpg is meaningless. Meaningless - when your major miles are covered in your motor home.

Here we go a thread killin'. A thread killin'. Still early in the evenin'.
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Hey everyone, since tomorrow is St. Patrick's day does anyone know how our Irish president O'bama is going to celebrate? Maybe some green ink on a new bill? Maybe he and his friend O'Reilly will share a joint?
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Hey everyone, since tomorrow is St. Patrick's day does anyone know how our Irish president O'bama is going to celebrate? Maybe some green ink on a new bill? Maybe he and his friend O'Reilly will share a joint?
Oh Oh!! That political stuff just may do it!
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So here we go a thread killin'
A thread killin'

Who wants a dolly
Not I! Not I!

Dolly is a singer and a theme park and not for towin' toads...

50 mpg is meaningless. Meaningless - when your major miles are covered in your motor home.

Here we go a thread killin'. A thread killin'. Still early in the evenin'.
Dolly may have kissed a toad or two!
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