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Old 09-19-2015, 06:58 AM   #12629
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Ah yes, I see. No more Beavers for Les. Good choice on the Dodge. I just sold my 2007 with 165,000 miles on the clock. After I cleaned it up a little, it looked and ran like brand new.
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Old 09-19-2015, 07:36 AM   #12630
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Ah yes, I see. No more Beavers for Les. Good choice on the Dodge. I just sold my 2007 with 165,000 miles on the clock. After I cleaned it up a little, it looked and ran like brand new.
No way! My 07 Chevy looks brand new and runs like a top!


Of course that's after the insurance poured $10,118 into it following the hail of a GC.
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I remember seeing a Dodge Truck there after the Great Hail Storm. It wasn't dented at all.
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I remember seeing a Dodge Truck there after the Great Hail Storm. It wasn't dented at all.
You couldn't see the dents for the rust!
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Old 09-20-2015, 04:41 PM   #12634
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Thumbs down Go climb a rock .....

Just got back from our Hippy hot springs mineral baths and I look 25 years younger.
I would not let my wife go in, I was afraid she would be back in diapers......( Ha Ha )

What a relaxing time we had up in the Sierras next to the Feather River. Quiet and peaceful. We were the only R.V. there, They had full hook ups with 50 amps service. We did have 25 or more tent campers, they were rock climbers and left early in the morning to go climb rocks then would come back late in the afternoon to use the mineral hot springs. For some reason ( and I have done a lot of nutty things ) but climbing rocks just don't sound interesting to me.
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Old 09-21-2015, 11:30 PM   #12635
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Good kill Giancarlo.
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How have you all been doing? Giancairo, sound like a great time to me and I don't care to climb rocks either.


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Thumbs up getting into Mischief

i have been doing great, no climbing rocks for me, I am still trying to get in touch with the Cannon Ball guy and secure a date when I can go and train to be a human canon Ball.
I believe he is somewhere around the world ( Europe ) with his circus. Hopefully when he gets back to his ranch in Florida he will contact me.

Other then that I am also looking into buying a ultra light aircraft.

This coming week we are not going anywhere with the Motor Home, I am going with some of the guys ( American Legion Riders ) and we are going on a Motorcycle ride for the weekend.

The following week we are taking the Motor Home and going up north to participate in a fishing derby. I am looking to catch the Big One.

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Giancarlo,


Have you ever soaked you worms in creamed corn? I ask because you tend to catch more fish with them. Worked like a charm for us ( Dad and us kids ).


Well thread killers, I leave you to your work, have a great night and find someone to hug and tell them you love them. Goodnight, LOLT The Girl
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Have you ever soaked you worms in creamed corn? I ask because you tend to catch more fish with them. Worked like a charm for us ( Dad and us kids ).


Well thread killers, I leave you to your work, have a great night and find someone to hug and tell them you love them. Goodnight, LOLT The Girl
No, I have soaked my worm in a lot of things but never creamed corn.
I use minnows, shad, and lures to catch strippers and Salmon. To catch cat fish I use liver, clams, and minnows. I live on the Delta and we have a 24 foot trophy fishing boat I will take it to the Sacramento River during fishing season. This time there is a Fishing Derby put on by an R.V. park up north on the Sacramento River the R.V. park puts it on yearly so we are taking our motor home.
I wonder if you soaked your worms in Bourbon, if it would get the fish drunk and make it easier to catch them ( Ha Ha )

We just recently sold our 40 foot Carver which we were not using since we bought the motor Home.
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One would surly hope that you fish better than killin threads!!

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If he soaked his worm in creamed corn he would be, but no help for it.


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