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Old 07-29-2015, 08:27 PM   #12069
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How many Springers can you fit into your Yaris?
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Old 07-29-2015, 08:28 PM   #12070
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The correct answer is:
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Who cares? It's a rental!!!
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Old 07-29-2015, 08:55 PM   #12071
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What moment of clarity made you buy a Yaris? Was it after the Yugo fell apart?
It weighs 2300 lbs! It gets 35-36 mpg! Couldn't find a Fit in the time-frame we were looking Traded even for our 2009 Camry XLE We didn't want to rent another car for our up-coming trip.

If I were to ever be famous for something, it would not be for always making the best decisions... but it is dependable and kinda cute
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Old 07-29-2015, 09:00 PM   #12072
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How many Springers can you fit into your Yaris?

Yikes! I'm so NOT tempted to snap open that rear hatch.
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Old 07-29-2015, 09:12 PM   #12073
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If I were to ever be famous for something, it would not be for always making the best decisions... but it is dependable and kinda cute

Well at least you made a good decision when you picked up the blonde.
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Old 07-29-2015, 09:38 PM   #12074
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It weighs 2300 lbs! It gets 35-36 mpg! Couldn't find a Fit in the time-frame we were looking Traded even for our 2009 Camry XLE We didn't want to rent another car for our up-coming trip.

If I were to ever be famous for something, it would not be for always making the best decisions... but it is dependable and kinda cute
All in good fun bear! All in good fun. A car is a tool. Not in the same sense as a tool is a tool or Moonrover... but getting from A to B is the purpose. Other tools and Moonrover I'm still at a loss...
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Old 07-30-2015, 06:46 AM   #12075
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Hey, are you saying that you only like dairy cows...?
I like all cows, but Dairy Cows are Sexy . Now if you want to talk about Sheep...That's another story.


I am leaving in 5 minutes for a month vacation with the Motor Home The wife and My Dog Cookie.


Don't end this until I get back.
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Old 07-30-2015, 06:56 AM   #12076
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I like all cows, but Dairy Cows are Sexy . Now if you want to talk about Sheep...That's another story.


I am leaving in 5 minutes for a month vacation with the Motor Home The wife and My Dog Cookie.


Don't end this until I get back.
Drive safe!

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Old 07-30-2015, 06:59 AM   #12077
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How many Springers can you fit into your Yaris?
So is this a package of Hot Dogs?
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I like all cows, but Dairy Cows are Sexy . Now if you want to talk about Sheep...That's another story.
I am leaving in 5 minutes for a month vacation with the Motor Home The wife and My Dog Cookie.
Don't end this until I get back.

Rotfl my friend... Enjoy the trip...
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Old 07-30-2015, 05:38 PM   #12079
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how much does it cost to travel?
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Old 07-30-2015, 06:08 PM   #12080
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how much does it cost to travel?
Well that's a pretty broad questions! Are we talking about in a car a plane a train a MH a TT a 5er a bicycle or just walking?

Give us some info and we'll make up an answer!
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how much does it cost to travel?
If we travel to Walmart we can do it for about $100.
If we travel to Costco it costs about $200.
If we go in the MH add about $0.35 per mile.
If we camp at a state park, add $18 to $35 per night.
If we camp at a private park, add $35 to $55 per night.

Ok... I'm boring and depressing myself at the same time...
Time to read the comics.
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If we travel to Walmart we can do it for about $100.
If we travel to Costco it costs about $200.
If we go in the MH add about $0.35 per mile.
If we camp at a state park, add $18 to $35 per night.
If we camp at a private park, add $35 to $55 per night.

Ok... I'm boring and depressing myself at the same time...
Time to read the comics.
You forgot the part about "If you Wallydock you take off 33 a mile."
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